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Battery Watering Systems

Discussion in 'Musings With Maine Sail' started by jviss, Nov 7, 2017. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. jviss

    jviss

    Joined Feb 5, 2004
    1,984 posts, 121 likes
    Tartan 3800
    US Westborough Westport, MA
    Hi Rich, I get what you are saying. Here are my answers. First, Thermoil would be an additional cost, and additional manufacturing process step. For dry-shipped batteries, it is an additional component and step for the distributor or end-user to complete. And though this sounds cynical, if it does extend the life of batteries, and users don't expect this, why kill the goose that lays the golden eggs?
    I don't think there's any risk to adding the oil. Apparently, people have used mineral oil for this purpose before Thermoil, with no damage. And, the oil will probably save your batteries if you neglect watering for a long time.
     



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