Why do batteries leak?
When referring to batteries leaking, this refers to flooded lead acid batteries. Whereas Valve Regulated Lead Acid batteries designed not to leak.
The only reason why a VRLA battery would leak is if the battery has reached the end of its life. Indications are swelling to the outer casing, causing the batteries to crack.
The main cause for flooded lead acid batteries leaking is mechanical damage to the external battery container.
Firmly fix the batteries within each rack to avoid falling and becoming damaged.
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