Hybrid vehicles are driven both by an electric motor as well as an internal combustion engine. While the electric motors are powered by Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries, hybrid fuel engines still require lead acid batteries to crank them. And just like any regular vehicle, these lead acid batteries sulfate and kill the battery prematurely. At the time of this article a replacement for a Prius C battery costs US$150.
With the Infinitum Desulfator the lifespan of the battery can be doubled which is a significant cost savings considering the desulfator is only a third of cost of the battery replacement.
Below is a quick and easy installation for the Toyota Prius C that will only take you about 5 minutes. All you need is the spanner that is located tool case in the trunk of the car.
We've received yet another testimonial on a jump starter battery recovery after using the Infinitum Desulfator (The previous one was on a Century Jumper 850). This time it is a Stanley Fatmax 350 Amp jump starter. The 12 volt 7.2 Amp hour sealed lead acid or SLA battery could only hold a charge at 11.8 volts but after charging it with the Infinitum Desulfator installed at the same time for a day, the battery now is fully restored to hold a charge at 12.6V. More importantly, the Fatmax can now crank up his Isuzu without issue.
Jump starters have built in SLA batteries that provide the power to work. These batteries, similar to automotive batteries, will also experience the 'cancerous' process of sulfation. If left untreated, the battery will die in half the time that it was made for. In other words, that's good money down the drain. With the Infinitum desulfator, this growth of sulfation is reversed and returning the much needed active material back into the battery. Not only that, the Infinitum is reusable, so you can expect to recover many batteries throughout its long service life.
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I have bought more of your product after being totally amazed with result achieved having bought one to trial on a Heavy Duty Battery that was showing signs of failure in a VW Diesel car. That was a month ago and the battery is now performing as if new and those tell tale sounds made when a battery is failing to produce enough starting current have completely gone. So satisfied with your product that I have bought these additional units and I will install them on all vehicles with battery powered starting.
We are continuing to see progress in the Filipino market through our distributor based in Cebu, Philippines. Here is a post by a customer there who made a comparison with the China-made Clen desulfator. She candidly noted how the Clen desulfator which failed within one month, looked like a product from Toy Kingdom, a local toy store there. We reposted it on our Facebook page and we are sharing that post here.
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Having a portable jump starter like the Century Jumper 850 can come in handy especially in urgent situations when your car battery goes dead or lacks the power to crank the engine. The best thing about the Jumper 850 is that it has a 12V DC power output to power up any power-compatible devices you have.
Replacing Century Jumper Batteries
The power supply in all Century portable jump starters come from sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries encased within. The Jumper 850 specifically uses the a 17Ah 12V ES Series SLA battery. At the date of this writing, the cost to replace the Century Jumper 850 battery is over US$100! But there's a proven way to save on that cost.
We got in touch with Rob Denton late last year to find out how the desulfator he purchased from us in October 2010 was faring after 5 long years. And we were pleased to know that it was still working fine.
Rob is a licensed amateur radio enthusiast based in Nottinghamshire and uses a 3 kilowatt uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with 8 batteries as backup power for his weather station computer and radio equipment. This was the testimonial he left us in 2010:
We also found out then that Rob is a regular contributor to the quarterly journal GEO (Group for Earth Observation) and wrote an article which appeared in the GEO Quarterly No 33 in 2012. He was kind enough to search through his library to send us the image of the article. We have transcribed the article below for easy reading.
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Tony Castleman posted this on our Facebook page today. It is good to hear that he is still benefitting from the desulfator units he purchased from us back in November 2007. Here is an update to his testimonial:
Qualified mechanic of 30+ years.
North Shore, Victoria, Australia
Click here to view Tony Castleman's first testimonial almost 8 years ago.
Tony Castleman left us a note on our Facebook Page yesterday to update us on how he is still benefiting from the desulfator units he purchased from us in November 2007. (Do excuse him if he got the date of his purchase wrong as it was certainly a very long time ago but we kept the record of his purchase). So not only is has his batteries lasted so long, the unit he purchased is still working almost 8-years later.
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