Attaching a battery vent plug. These openings allow the gas generated in the battery to escape. For single vent applications, the vent on the opposite side of the battery cover must be closed with the vent plug.
This means that the chemicals in the battery have dissolved. Sometimes this creates gas. The metal battery compartment has a hole or a safety cover. If the pressure inside is too high, the valve opens and the gas is released. This is known as ventilation.
The gas produced in a lead acid battery is hydrogen. The hydrogen must be discharged to the outside of an enclosed space, hence the tube. It’s a security issue.
There is a high risk of fire or even ■■■■■■■■■ in the trunk because lead-acid batteries are used, which emit toxic and flammable gases. Gas can also escape into the cabin. If this doesn’t kill you, you will lose very few brain cells.
In vehicle applications where the battery is installed in the passenger compartment of a vehicle, it is important that the battery is adequately ventilated. For single vent tube applications, the vent on the opposite side on the coil cover must be closed with the valve hole plug provided.
Yes, the vented coil is required for proper ventilation to breathe into the cabin air system.
A cover mounted on the battery, a cylindrical battery with the cover and its manufacturing method. The outlet cover is attached to the battery cover with a hinged connection, which allows for clearance between the valve cover and the battery cover and allows the valve cover to be rotated.
The battery air hose is intended for vehicles with batteries in the passenger compartment. It is designed to withstand the fragility and smoke generated by battery fumes.
A vault controlled lead acid battery (VRLA), better known as a sealed battery or maintenance free battery, is a type of rechargeable lead acid battery. Thanks to their construction, they do not require ventilation, can be mounted in any direction and do not require constant maintenance.
Luggage compartment / interior installation - If the battery is installed in the passenger compartment or luggage compartment (common to many European brands), the battery must be vented to the outside. The OPTIMA Group 27, 51, DS46B24R, 78, 34C, 31 and H6 batteries all have connectors for connecting a ventilation tube.
Car batteries are generally sealed and cannot release gas. Under such conditions, hydrogen can be released from the sulfuric acid solution, which can form the poisonous gas of hydrogen sulfide. Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless gas with the characteristic smell of rotten eggs. It is highly toxic, corrosive and flammable.