The vent cap catalyst developed by Philadelphia Scientific several years ago is proving its worth, extending the lives of telecom standby batteries and saving the US taxpayer money in the process, explains Harold Vanasse, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing with the company.
The U.S. Air Force is extending the life of its telecommunications backup power batteries – and saving millions of dollars in the process – by employing a proven, inexpensive technology.
The solution is the addition of a small catalyst device to each VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) battery cell. This device is housed in . . .