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April 29th, 2009

Understanding Batteries and the Battery Life Saver
The Battery Life Saver electronic device will extend the life of any lead-acid battery and can rejuvenate “dead” batteries to a like new condition. But how does it work? To understand... Read More

April 28th 2008

Battery recycling takes deadly toll in Africa
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April 28th 2008

Battery Restoration, Part 1
Batteries are vital in our society, an upper level in the scale of ability for humankind. They give us the power to store and manipulate energy. They are everywhere from... Read More

Feb. 25th 2008

Is Biofuel Craze a Mirage?
In September 2007, Lewis Smith, Environment Reporter for Times Online, warned us that we may need to jump off the biofuel... Read More

Marine Applications


Our Unique Battery Life Saver electronic device can extend your marine battery life by years...can give you the confidence of not being stuck at sea...and the facts...

Three Types of Marine / Boat batteries

There are three lead-acid technologies available today in the marine market:

Flooded, Gel, and AGM.

Flooded cells are containers in which the electrolyte can move freely between the plates that make up the cells.

Gel batteries immobilize the electrolyte by adding a thickening agent.

AGM batteries use a fiberglass mat instead of a gelling compound to hold the electrolyte.

Neither AGM or Gel cell will leak if inverted or pierced. AGM and gel cell batteries are popular for marine applications because they will work even if at an odd angle and will not slosh in rough seas. They also do not put out gas as much as flooded cell batteries because of a slightly different plate composition. They will however accumulate sulfates much faster.

Special chargers are usually required for each type of battery being used.

A further distinction between batteries must be made by application. Broadly speaking, there are two applications that manufacturers build their batteries for: Starting and Deep Cycle.

However, in most cases, The Battery Life Saver electronic device can reverse the damage and restore to like new condition.

For many marine applications two banks of batteries are used.

One for starting the engine and another for operating all other loads. This is especially true for cruise sailboats. Since the two banks should be isolated from each other, one Battery Life Saver electronic device should be used on each bank. If current draw is critical, The Battery Life Saver electronic device can be wired through a relay that allows it to operate only when engine or APU are operating.

Costly boat marine deep cycle wastage

Many sport boaters replace the batteries on their boats every year or even every 6 months to avoid problems and be sure they can start the engine when needed.

This is totally unnecessary since regular use of The Battery Life Saver electronic device will assure the battery user that it will work when needed

Simple storage of marine / boat battery

Boats frequently are allowed to sit for long periods between uses or are stored several months each year. This is a killer situation for a battery because sitting allows the battery to self discharge and the resulting low charge accelerates the build-up of sulfates on the plates.

The Battery Life Saver electronic device eliminates this problem especially if used with a low rate charger during storage. See The BatterySolver Package.