Press Release Summary:
With pump powered by 12 V, 7 Ah sealed lead acid battery, Hydrofill Watering Gun Cart provides mobile water supply for industrial batteries. Made of polypropylene, 2-wheel, 10 gal cart handles like a hand truck and can be charged from any 120 Vac outlet using charger provided. Nine foot hose attaches to all Philadelphia Scientific watering guns. Cart weighs 30 lb and measures 37 x 17 x 17 in.
Original Press Release:
Philadelphia Scientific Introduces 10-Gallon Hydrofill Watering Gun Cart - A 12 Volt Mobile Water Supply for Industrial Batteries
Made of sturdy polypropylene, cart is designed to be used with Philadelphia Scientific's extensive line of watering gun products. MONTGOMERYVILLLE, Pa., July 28, 2004 - Philadelphia Scientific, a leading international manufacturer of industrial battery components, accessories and tools, has introduced its new Hydrofill Watering Gun Cart, a 10-gallon, two-wheel portable water supply for industrial batteries. With a pump that is powered by a 12 volt 7 Ah sealed lead-acid battery, the unit provides new portability and flexibility for industrial battery watering applications. The cart is designed to be used with Philadelphia Scientific's popular line of battery watering guns and replaces the eight-gallon Light Duty Watering Cart (part #CRT-2A) and the 15-gallon Heavy Duty Watering Cart (part #CRT-4B). The Hydrofill Watering Gun Cart is ideal for use in facilities where the charging area doesn't have a suitable water supply or when available pure water is in unpressurized containers such as bottles or storage tanks. It will enable users to more easily water batteries that are in scattered locations throughout a facility and can be used in cold storage operations where a static water supply would freeze. The Hydrofill Watering Gun Cart is made of sturdy polypropylene. It handles like a hand truck and is easy to maneuver. The cart can be charged from any 120 VAC outlet using the charger provided. It has a nine-foot hose that attaches to all Philadelphia Scientific watering guns. The cart is 37 inches high, 17 inches wide and 17 inches deep and weighs 30 pounds. 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.