Battery Watering System fills up to 25 cells simultaneously.

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Stealth Float(TM) float-based battery watering system operates with water pressure from 3-60 psi and suits installations of 5-25 batteries. Without requiring multiple float sizes, .60 in. high system ensures that all cells are filled to same level simultaneously. It includes kink- and crush-resistant tubing with push-fit connections, and fill-level indicator, viewable on top and side of battery, to show when water is required.

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Philadelphia Scientific Introduces Stealth Float Battery Watering System

Company now offers full-range of products for any size and type of application

MONTGOMERYVILLE, PA., January 10, 2007 - Philadelphia Scientific, a leading international manufacturer of industrial battery components, accessories and tools, has introduced the Stealth Float(TM), a float-based battery watering system that can operate at lower water pressures and is perfect for installations of five to 25 batteries. Traditionally known for its pressurized high-speed Water Injector(TM) watering systems, Philadelphia Scientific now offers a full range of products adaptable for any size or installation type.

Unlike other similar systems, Stealth Float makes multiple float sizes unnecessary, as this unique design incorporates a one-size-fits-all philosophy to ensure that all battery cells are filled to the same level simultaneously. Push-fit tubing connections make for quick, secure installation in just a few minutes and eliminate problems associated with alternative barb-based float systems, such as breakage. A highly visible fill-level indicator is viewable from the top and side of the battery, so an operator knows instantly when water is required. And, at only 0.60 inches high, Stealth Float is the lowest profile single point watering system in the battery maintenance market.

"Stealth Float's tubing is kink and crush resistant, and the system can operate with water pressure ranging from three to 60 psi, making it ideal for small, light-duty applications," said Harold Vanasse, vice president of sales and marketing for Philadelphia Scientific. "The use of single point watering systems to fill cells in unison allows for efficient and reliable battery watering, helping to extend battery life by preventing over- or under-watering. We have successfully applied this same basic principle to all of our watering systems since our Water Injectors were first introduced in 1991."

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 or contact the company at 215-616-0390.

Harold Vanasse
Philadelphia Scientific
215-616-0393 ext. 119

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