How much do you have invested in batteries?
A New US patented product is already helping to protect your wallet and the environment.
By Thomas Kelly
We like to drive our cars, golf cars, boats and RV’s. Companies and their warehouses depend on forklifts to move and restock products. All of these things move around because of batteries, replacing those batteries can be really expensive.
Batteries fail because they accumulate sulfates that do not go away by regular batteries recharge.
A company can spend between $2000 and $4000 to replace a sulfated forklift battery every four years.
An individual can spend between $700 and $1000 to replace their sulfated golf car batteries and between $200 and $600 to replace their sulfated marine batteries.
This expense can be devastating for a small business or an individual. There is more; we give up our old batteries thinking that they are going to be recycled.
A closer look discovers that batteries are sent abroad to countries like; South Korea, China, India and even our neighbor Mexico, where regulations for recycling are very lax and wages are low.
Australia, Japan and the UK similarly export battery waste and other lead scraps.
Lead and leftovers of sulfuric acid end up polluting water sources, the soil and the air. Entire populations get exposed and become sick.
Eventually, atmospheric elements will bring them back to our land.
There is good news on the horizon.
A newly patented product manufactured by a US company based on Clearwater, FL.
“Battery Solutions and Innovations Inc.” is doing some “miracles” with batteries. Their product is called: The Battery Life Saver™ electronic device or most commonly named “The BLS”. The Battery Life Saver electronic device eliminates the whole range of sulfates efficiently. At the same time
that sulfates are gradually eliminated, lead and lead oxide goes back to the plates, much like electroplating, and the sulfuric acid becomes stronger.
The BLS has already rejuvenated batteries and extended battery life for over 15,000 users.
Their cumulative savings can be calculated in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
It is very popular with marine batteries, golf car batteries, off grid solar systems and wind systems. More important is how much it has helped to protect the environment.
“Every day I hear from companies and people who have bought our products telling me how batteries they thought lost are ‘brought back to life’”, says Thomas J. Kelly, VP for Sales and Marketing.
“It feels good to sell products that will save people money and help protect the environment at the same time. We believe that when you do good for someone else, you do good for yourself.”