Lead Battery Scrap
Lead is used in most of the batteries all over the world. So Lead Battery scrap is used to get Lead to reuse through recycling process. It depends upon the type of battery. Most of the automobile batteries are "Lead Acid" batteries and they are considered to be a hazardous waste due to Lead and acid. But the Battery Scrap supplied under ISRI CODE RAINS are duly Drained and Dried Batteries. We can supply the Drained and Dried Batteries to the authorized importers having valid import license.
Recycling of Lead Batteries pose an enormous opportunity exists in with advancements in Battery Recycling Technologies. There is a huge demand Lead in the market which remains unfulfilled by fresh Lead Manufacturing. Gravita Mozambique LDA is one of the most reputed names in the Recycling of Dry Lead Battery for leading names in the industry. Gravita Mozambique LDA develops and offer cost effective recycling utilizing technologies that ensure the protection of our environment and health.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard, ANSI C18.1M-1992, lists several battery features that must be listed on a battery's label. They are,
» Manufacturer -- The name of the battery manufacturer.
» ANSI Number -- The ANSI/NEDA number of the battery.
» Date -- The month and year that the battery was manufactured or the month and year that the battery "expires" (i.e., is no longer guaranteed by the manufacturer).
» Voltage -- The nominal battery voltage.
» Polarity -- The positive and negative terminals. The terminals must be clearly marked.
Warnings -- Other warnings and cautions related to battery usage and disposal.
One Of The Types : Lead-Acid Battery
Lead-acid batteries, developed in the late 1800s, were the first commercially practical batteries. Batteries of this type remain popular because they are relatively inexpensive to manufacture. The most widely known uses of lead-acid batteries are as automobile batteries. Rechargeable lead-acid batteries have been available since the 1950s and have become the most widely used type of battery in the world—more than 20 times the use rate of its nearest rivals. In fact, battery manufacturing is the single largest use for lead in the world.