Stretching Your Golf Cart Battery Dollar
Battery prices are rising!
To save money, a good strategy is to make batteries last as long as possible. Golf cart owners today want batteries to last longer before they have to replace them.
They want them to last longer on a charge. Golf cart owners today don’t just need carts that last 18 holes on the golf course. They are shoppers and commuters who use golf carts for errands, visiting and just plain getting around town.
They want to go the distance and back.
The problem is, over time, battery operated golf carts slow down.
They don’t go as far; they don’t hold as much charge.
Lead sulfate builds up on the battery plates. In fact, 75% -80% of lead acid batteries — the kind used in golf carts — fail prematurely because of the formation of lead sulfate crystals on the plates. If batteries sit in disuse, it makes matters worse, as crystal buildup makes batteries unusable in a matter of months, especially in hot weather.
Chuck Van Breemen invented Battery Life Saver to protect the environment by extending battery life and reducing the power needed to recharge batteries. It is an electronic device that easily attaches to a battery bank.
You clip it on, then forget it; it will keep lead sulfate from forming.
It also can be used to restore “dead,” sulfate-ridden batteries to their original condition.
The device uses Wave 2 Battery Restoration Technology, which dissolves the lead sulfate crystals, restoring electrical flow.
If you are technically inclined, Wave 2 is a “square wave,” with enough power and variability to excite all the frequencies of lead sulfate crystals and convert them back to lead and sulfuric acid.
This restores the battery to its original condition and allows the electrical charge to be drawn from the battery.
Sterling R. of Sun City Center, Florida, drives two miles every day to the golf course, plays 18 holes and drives back.
He put new batteries in his golf cart just before he bought Battery Life Saver. Over the course of his trip, his fuel gauge would go down to 1/2 full. After he began using Battery Life Saver, his gauge only went down to 3/4 full. This means he is using 1/4 of the power available in the battery. Great savings all around!
Today golfers and short distance golf cart drivers are stretching their dollars by using Battery Life Saver. It can be used as well on cars, tractors, trucks, lawn mowers and airplanes.