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1998\05\23@170500 by marcel

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Alkaloid battery's very big from Russian army does anyone know how to
maintain
them .
They are 5 cell's 24 volt's iron casing and have a refill plug on top
with a rubber valve
to release gas pressure.
How do we find out what alkaloid is used an can we refill them with
sterilized water


Marcel
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Amsterdam

1998\05\23@170500 by marcel

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Alkaloid battery's very big from Russian army does anyone know how to
maintain
them .
They are 5 cell's 24 volt's iron casing and have a refill plug on top
with a rubber valve
to release gas pressure.
How do we find out what alkaloid is used an can we refill them with
sterilized water


Marcel
.....MarbelKILLspamspam@spam@xs4all.nl
Amsterdam

1998\05\24@113343 by Leon Heller

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In message <83E03F5C.11E90F64spamKILLspamxs4all.nl>, marcel <.....marbelKILLspamspam.....XS4ALL.NL>
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>Alkaloid battery's very big from Russian army does anyone know how to
>maintain
>them .
>They are 5 cell's 24 volt's iron casing and have a refill plug on top
>with a rubber valve
>to release gas pressure.
>How do we find out what alkaloid is used an can we refill them with
>sterilized water

It's "alkaline", not "alkaloid". *Many* years ago these were quite
plentiful in the UK as war surplus. I think they were also called NiFe
cells (nickel-iron) and they used either sodium or potassium hydroxide
as the electrolyte (I forget which). They were practically
indestructible, as I recall. You should be able to find details on how
to use them in a good library.

Leon
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1998\05\24@183230 by Dennis Plunkett

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At 08:58 AM 24/05/98 +0100, you wrote:
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Someone said refill with deionised or distilled water? I don't think so!
This an't no car battery.

Dennis





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1998\05\25@070946 by paulb

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Dennis Plunkett wrote:

> Someone said refill with deionised or distilled water? I don't think
> so!  This ain't no car battery.

 And what else would you top them up with?

 Cheers,
       Paul B.
(Hint:  *Think* about it awhile!  What happens when you electrolyse
water?)

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