Press Release Summary:
Changer-mounted water supply enables battery room personnel to immediately water batteries even as they are being retrieved from charging rack. It features powder-coated industrial steel frame that is secured to back frame of battery changer and cradles 20 gal polypropylene tank. Submersible pump, mounted inside tank, provides water volume and pressure, while control unit mounted on top of tank provides on/off switch, power indication, and run-dry protection.
Original Press Release:
Philadelphia Scientific Introduces Changer-Mounted Water Supply
Product offers the convenience of a ready water supply when retrieving charged batteries that don't have sufficient water; fits most battery changer brands
MONTGOMERYVILLE, Pa. - November 17, 2008 - Philadelphia Scientific, a leading international manufacturer of industrial battery components, accessories and tools, has introduced a changer-mounted water supply, which enables battery room personnel to immediately water batteries even as they are being retrieved from a charging rack. This enables personnel to combine two tasks into one, saving time and improving efficiency.
When battery room employees retrieve a charged battery from a charging rack, it is often difficult to tell if the battery has sufficient water. Even when the battery is fitted with a battery watering monitor, it can be difficult to see the monitor when the battery is on a second or third level rack. With the changer-mounted water supply, employees can water a battery on the spot within seconds and continue with their activities.
The changer-mounted water supply features a powder-coated industrial steel frame that cradles a sturdy 20-gallon polypropylene tank. The frame is secured to the back frame of a battery changer and fits most battery changer brands. A submersible pump, which is mounted inside the tank, provides the water volume and pressure required by the Philadelphia Scientific single-point Water Injector System(TM). A highly visible control unit is mounted on top of the tank and provides an on-off switch, power indication and run-dry protection. The controller also shuts the pump off after 10 seconds of non-use to save energy and conserve pump life. Twenty feet of 5/8" industrial hose is supplied with each unit.
About Philadelphia Scientific
Since 1983, Montgomeryville, Pa.-based Philadelphia Scientific has brought advanced technology solutions to the industrial battery industry. The company specializes in the research, design, development and manufacturing of industrial batteries, their components and tools. For more information about Philadelphia Scientific, visit the company's Web site at www.phlsci.com or contact the company at 215-616-0390.
215-616-0393, ext. 119