Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM)
The battery separator tissue is chiefly used as the base material of lead acid battery separator. The compound battery separator with fiberglass mat possesses a good vibrating resistance with a good starting ability and longer service life.
The mat also prevents the vertical motion of the electrolyte within the battery. When a normal wet cell is stored in a discharged state, the heavier acid molecules tend to settle to the bottom of the battery, causing the electrolyte to stratify. When the battery is then used, the majority of the current flows only in this area, and the bottom of the plates tend to wear out rapidly. This is one of the reasons a conventional car battery can be ruined by leaving it stored for a long period and then used and recharged. The mat significantly prevents this stratification, eliminating the need to periodically shake the batteries, boil them, or run an "equalization charge" through them to mix the electrolyte. Stratification also causes the upper layers of the battery to become almost completely water, which can freeze in cold weather, AGMs are significantly less susceptible to damage due to low-temperature use.
The surface is level and smooth
With good liquid absorption
Well acid resistance
Low Potassium Permanganate Content
Low Trace Element Content