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Discover®700 Series Dry Cell Battery

A Discover® 700 Series Dry Cell battery is a lead-acid electric storage system that:

  • Is a Discover® Clean & Green® Non-Hazardous Dry Cell battery.
  • Is the ULTIMATE QUALITY choice produced with every technological advancement for the longest life performance characteristics
  • Is Classified as “NON-SPILLABLE BATTERY” Not restricted for Air (IATA/ICAO) Provision 67, Surface (DOT-CFR-HMR49) or Water (Non-hazardous per IMDG amendment 27) transportation.
  • Uses our most robust flat and tubular plate designs with extremely high active material densities per amp hour of usable power for extended cycle life.
  • Computer-generated grid designs to optimize high power density.
  • Incorporates advanced plate pasting and curing procedures.
  • Use tank formation processes.
  • Has heavier duty plate straps.
  • Can be discharged and charged completely many times.
  • Is severely acid starved and uses ultra pure refined electrolyte.
  • Uses a recombination reaction to prevent the escape of hydrogen and oxygen gases.
  • Is non-spill able, and therefore can be operated in virtually any position.
  • Has an extremely high active material to acid ratio.
  • Discover® 700 Series GEL Cell batteries contain ultra-premium poly, ribbed glass-mat, dual-insulating separators which will not break down in service.  The glass mat embeds itself into the plate, which retards life-shortening shedding.
  • Discover® 700 Series AGM Dry Cell batteries contain glass separators at the ideal compression and ideal saturation to achieve the best balance between capacity utilization and recombination efficiency. The dual insulating separators also help to prevent separator misalignment and treeing or shorting at the bottom and sides of the plates. The glass embeds itself into the plate, which retards shedding.
  • 700 Series AGM Dry Cell types use Micro fibrous silicate glass mat acid absorption.
  • 700 Series GEL Cell types uses electrolyte that is transformed into a gelled consistency.
  • Is sealed using special pressure valves and should never is opened. (warranty is void if opened)
  • Typically uses Calcium/Calcium high tin metal alloys.
  • Is maintenance-free with proper change management.
  • Is produced in certified ISO, QS and TUV facilities.
  • Is an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) recognized component.
  • Have multiple advanced terminal design options.
  • Incorporates proprietary manufacturing techniques, additives and processes.

Note: life cycles vary by battery voltage, capacity, size and operating temperatures.

General Lead Acid Battery Description
General Lead Acid Battery Applications
General Lead Acid Battery Types
General Lead Acid Battery Chemistry
Discover® Sealed Valve Regulated Lead Acid Batteries
Discover® Deep Cycle AGM Battery
Discover®700 Series Dry Cell Battery
Discover® EV Traction Dry Cell Battery
General Benefits and Features of Discover Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) Technology
Sales Channels for Discover Battery Technologies
Things to question when making a battery buying decision
What to consider when buying a deep cycle battery
Information gathering before buying batteries
Calculating cost to own when purchasing batteries
Safety First
Safety and Productivity
When working with batteries
When handling battery acid
When installing or replacing batteries
When booster cables are used
Danger of exploding batteries
Warning and warning labels
Parallel connections for sophisticated users and installers
Parallel connections for unsophisticated users and installers
When charging batteries
Selecting a charger
General charging information for AGM and GEL batteries
GEL battery charging
AGM battery charging
Equalizing (Flooded batteries only)
Typical self-discharge of VRLA batteries at different temperatures
Typical self-discharge of high quality deep cycle flooded batteries at different temperatures
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