What does the OPTIMA SPIRALCELL TECHNOLOGY® design do?
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The OPTIMA SPIRALCELL TECHNOLOGY® provides many features not available in ordinary batteries, such as:
- More plate surface, closer plate spacing and the use of high-purity lead. RESULTING IN: Low internal resistance. This low resistance gives you more power in a smaller box, the ability to recharge much faster, and higher and cleaner voltage characteristics during discharge.
- Immobilized plates under compression (locked in place). RESULTING IN: Improved vibration resistance, no shedding of active paste material, reduced gradual loss of power and capacity as the battery ages. This gives you a battery that lasts longer and performs better throughout its life.