NATDA Magazine Sept/Oct 2016 - Page 80

The Solution to Premature Battery Death with Pulse Technology! Pulse Technology An exclusive, patented system which will literally clean batteries of sulfation build up and restore them to normal operation. Battery sulfation is a wasting disease that claims the life of 80 percent of the batteries in use worldwide. What makes Pulse Technology so unique and effective is a distinct pulse waveform. This waveform has a strictly-controlled rise time, puls e-width, frequency and amplitude of current and voltage pulse. Pulse Technology removes and prevents the buildup of damaging lead-sulfate deposits on battery plates in a non-harmful way, so a battery can accept, store and release maximum power all the time. Extend the Life of Your Battery Up to 5 Times Through years of product development and independent scientific evaluation, it has been proven that if used routinely, Pulse Technology can extend battery life cycles in some cases up to five times. This reduces overall costs and environmental waste. Pulse Technology uniquely positions PulseTech’s line-up of battery maintenance products and no other known battery charging/maintenance system offers these specific restorative maintenance characteristics. Visual Proof that Pulse Technology Works These pictures are from an independent study comparing our Pulse Technology to conventional battery charging. The photos show actual battery plates after various charge and discharge cycles, which reveal the benefits of charging with Pulse Technology versus charging alone. The top row shows plates from actual batteries charged using PulseTech’s patented Pulse Technology. The second row shows plates from batteries charged with a competitor’s conventional charger. Note the development of lead-sulfate on the conventionally charged plates. Even after hundreds of cycles, the batteries charged using Pulse Technology have no sulfate accumulation, ensuring that the batteries will still perform at their maximum peak capacity. continued on page 82 Testing and photos by Steve Schultz 80 NATDA Magazine www.natda.org