A report from Infinitum:
In July, we paid a courtesy visit to Komunajaya Sdn Bhd, a haulage company we had supplied 24V Infinitum Battery Desulfators for each of their 150+ trucks and vehicles over the course of February and March of 2014.
We met with Ric Tan as well as the company’s maintenance engineer to follow up on the application and progress of usage after about half a year after use.
The desulfators were used both on the vehicles as well as to optimize batteries if vehicles were in maintenance or idle for a couple of days.
One of the trucks we inspected had batteries that were installed brand new in September and October of 2013, while the desulfators were at work for the past 4 to 5 months. As the images show, the mΩ readings of the batteries show Ohm readings of a typical new battery. Though we do not have the Cold Cranking Amp readings before installation, the CCA readings of the 12V batteries were 72% and 78%. Taking into consideration too that the truck had been idle for about a day, the batteries are in relatively good condition.
Needless to say, this has contributed to significant savings for the company.
Images from our recent visit to the Komunajaya headquarters:
Both 12V batteries were tested for its Cold Cranking Amps as well as resistance. Both batteries had been recently charged with a 12.60V and 12.59V state of charge respectively.
Age: 10 months (September 4, 2013)
CCA Reading: 541.2 or 72%
Age: 9 months (October 14, 2013)
CCA Reading: 591.6 or 78%