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Clearwater, FL, United States, 2006/12/03 - Inventor breaks myth that golf cart batteries die an early death. His BATTERY LIFE SAVER extends battery life two to three fold, by removing lead sulfate, the main reason batteries go bad or golf carts slow down - Battery-Power-Solutions.com.
There wasn't much time for golf in Chuck Van Breemen's busy life. For 25 years he was head of product development with such organization as Gabriel Shock Absorber, Hendrikson Truck Suspensions and Barry Controls.
Now Van Breemen turned inventor is deeply involved in the whole golf industry. His invention, BATTERY LIFE SAVER (batterylifesaver.com), prevents golf cart slowdown, the plague of golf car owners.
Not that he invented BATTERY LIFE SAVER with golf carts in mind. Puttering around, trying to find a way to save the environment, to make a mark on energy economy, Van Breemen discovered that a square wave, because it excites all the frequencies of waves above it, would remove lead sulfate from batteries, the chief reason batteries go bad. Golfers turned out to love the SAVER for golf cart slowdown usually means replacing six batteries!
Battery companies aren't so fond of Van Breemen, for the myth that batteries die a early death when their energy runs out is broken when people learn that batteries can and should last ten to fifteen years, if lead sulfate is removed from the plates, or better, prevented from forming.
That is what BATTERY LIFE SAVER does. It keeps the battery sulfate free.
It's a three and a half inches long gizmo, two inches wide and two inches high, that you attach to your battery or battery bank and forget it. It also can be used to recover badly sulfated batteries and it is guaranteed to perform or money back.
Van Breemen feels happy that with batteries lasting longer, less will arrive at landfills. He'll send you a free booklet about the whole thing. He can be reached toll free at 1-866-301-8835, and he'll actually talk to you about your battery problems and needs.