Monday, 29 June 2015
K-Tec Engineering are the recommended battery regeneration company in USS, the largest used car auction company in Japan.
They are recipients of the prestigious innovative business management recognition award from Chiba prefecture, are recognized as an innovational technology company by an international research organization and have recently been awarded the title, “Environmental Economist” by an NPO whose goal was to empower companies that contributed to the keeping environments safe and clean model.
“Through the collaboration between the Battery Equaliser organization and K-Tec Engineering we have developed a first rate, environmentally sustainable service to a range of automotive and motive equipment users through to Solar, standby battery and telecommunication installations.”
Pure Renewable Power
Sunday, 29 April 2012
“Here is a picture of my really old electric forklift (Lansing Bagnall). The batteries were becoming less able to hold charge and didn’t provide a good discharge time. After refurbishment with Battery Equaliser the fully charged voltage went up and the usable amp hours increased.
This has saved me thousands of dollars in early replacement of batteries. I solar charge the cells and have been very happy with the improvement in power and longevity.
This could easily save a fleet of electric fork lifts thousands of dollars with increased usage time of the battery banks.”
Chris Cooper Managing Director http://www.purerenewablepower.com.au
United States Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton, USA
Monday, 07 December 1998
“On August of 1998, GSM Company began a test of a product called Battery Equaliser. This is a liquid additive that when put into lead acid batteries will increase operating time and extend the life of the battery.
The forklift used by the IMA supply section was used for the test. The fork lift was charged without the battery additive for two cycles. It’s average operating time for the two charged cycles was 3.6 hours.
After the battery was refurbished using battery additive, the fork lift went through two further charging cycles. The average operating time after battery refurbishment was 6.4 hours of operation. This is an increase of almost three hours of operating time.
This item can be effective in the daily operations of the IMA supply section as well as any other section in GSM Company where lead acid batteries are used.”
James Castro Float Representative Camp Pendleton, General Support Maintenance Company