You see them on HGTV all the time--air tools. Nail guns, drills, paint sprayers, ratchet tools, and the like--they all use compressed air to function instead of batteries or electricity. Air tools are light, reducing fatigue if you use them often. This makes them great to use for assembly lines and home workshops. But they need an attached tank of compressed air to work. You will need to create an air system for your workshop.
While many batteries are designed to only discharge some of their capacity, a deep cycle battery is designed to discharge the majority of its capacity. Because of the unique nature of deep cycle batteries, such as the Trojan battery, how you charge and maintain this type of battery is fundamentally different.
Required Stages Of The Charging Process
To recharge a deep cycle battery, you will need to understand the four stages of recharging a deep cycle battery.