- Aug 2, 2016
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Spaceman Spiff said:Valve Regulated Lead Acid batteries (Gel and Absorbent Glass Matt) have a pressure valve (usually 1 or 2 PSI) that will release hydrogen and oxygen if excessive pressure builds up inside a cell.
Which is almost always caused by overcharging and that can be easily avoided. I was vague in my post. I should have said that they won't vent if properly monitored. That's why they can be installed on their sides as long as the person doing so takes responsibility for doing it this way. I'm not that courageous!