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There is a belief that you can recondition your old nickel based battery. Nickel based batteries will crystallize after a period of time and use. Some people say that you can break up the crystallization by running the battery at a very low volt (5V or less) over a long period of time, and doing this over and over a couple of times as the battery drains. However this process can take a long time and has not been scientifically proven to work, so in most cases, your best bet is to replace the old tool battery.
That question can only be answered by how you use your power tool. For example, when using a drill your usage time can very based on the speed that you use. Also, what type of material you are drilling into, drilling into steel will use more power than drilling into wood or drywall for instance. However, here are some formulas to help give you an idea of how long the tool batteries will last. Amp hours = number of amps x number of hours. Amp hours / number of amps = number of hours.Disclaimer