Tony Castleman is a qualified mechanic of more than 30 years. We first got to know him when he purchased three 12V and three 24V Infinitum Desulfator models back in November of 2007.
What blew us away was the news he brought when he got in touch with us again almost 8 years later in September of 2015. Here is that post he made on our Facebook page:
This is the first testimonial that Tony sent us in March 2008:
Three months ago I purchased 3 units of 24V and 3 units of the 12V INFINITUM battery desulphators, as I have a number of vehicles including an electric forklift with an 800 amp hour 48v battery pack.
Forklift Battery Pack Fully Restored To New
I was particularly concerned about the forklift because it had lost power and was taking a long time to recharge. Also when fully charged it was only coming up to around 60% or the middle of the white section on the hydrometer.
A new battery pack costs around A$4500. I did some research and found it could be caused by sulphation.
I fitted 2 of your 24v desulphators to my forklift and charged it, the initial result appeared to be okay with a small rise on the hydrometer.
In short, it took about 3 months to completely desulphate this huge battery pack but now when charged the hydrometer is well up in the green, the forklift has much more power, the battery pack lasts longer and charges faster.
I am stoked, it has not only saved me A$4500 on a battery pack but it costs much less to recharge as well so I save on my power bill!
Floor Sweeper & Car Battery Given New Lease Of Life
I also had excellent results on my 24V floor sweeper and have also fitted the 12 volt units to my cars which has given 4 year old batteries new life.
Motorbike Battery Revived
My brother’s motorbike battery was stuffed; it would not start his bike and would not take a charge. We used a desulphator and charged it and now it starts his bike fine.
_"I bought one of these after reading some research papers on the effects of desulfators on old batteries. I had left my lights on for 3 days and the battery was so dead it couldnt light up my dashboard, let alone turn the engine over.
It took a week, but that was probably me not realising that the electrolyte needed topping up. The day after I had topped it up and set it on charge overnight, it worked like new. Pity I had already bought a new battery, but its now a spare that is worth more than I paid for the Infinitum Desulfator.
I have a few 2nd hand batteries that I used in a solar setup. They have sulfated and not been used for about a year. I’m reviving one as I type this."
North Rocks, NSW, Australia