Question: What is the Difference between Wet and AGM Batteries?
Answer: Liquid lead acid batteries, or wet cells, are the most
common lead acid battery type. AGM batteries, or dry cell batteries, are
the newest type of battery, and can be substituted for wet cell
batteries. AGM batteries are safer and more durable when being moved
from place to place.
It is important to know which type you are
using. Each battery type requires different handling procedures. A
mistake can shorten battery life or harm the battery or user.