Designed to improve the “deficient” dry-charging process, making it more efficient, especially for the negative plates of lead-acid batteries. More traditional methods, such as soaking acetic acid, are no longer necessary. It can also reduce nonessential manpower, and help improve both quality and efficiency.
The negative plates are taken out of the forming tank and put on the drying machine’s stainless steel basket. The operator controls the electric crane, submerging the stand in water several times to clean the plates so that they approach neutrality, and then proceeds with the drying. After cleaning them, the electric crane hangs out the plate basket, and then puts them into the drying chamber of the drying machine. Once the machine starts, the plates can be dried directly. It is suggested that the user provides an electric crane which can bear over 3 tons.