BATTERY ADDITIVE FROM
JAPAN NOW AVAILABLE IN THE U.S.
After more than 7 years
of development and testing in Asia
Tenacious Battery Revitalization System?
has entered the market here!
LOS ANGELES ? For over 50 years there has
been an onslaught of products that have
promised to renew life in industrial lead
acid batteries. The 2 main reasons that such
a product would find welcome arms and a huge
market are: financial and environmental.
injecting a minimal amount of Tenacious
Battery Revitalization System? into each
cell of a NEW wet lead acid battery you will
have doubled its life. By taking an older,
undamaged battery and injecting this solvent
into each cell you will have revived the
ability of the battery to perform like new
(shorter charging time and longer operating
Claims similar to this have been talked
about and promoted to the equipment
industry, especially in the case of large 24
+ volt batteries, but Tenacious has proven
itself to perform above the other products
Recently, the Chinese Government took the
top 24 battery additive solutions and tested
them all. The one solvent that actually
dissolved the sulfation and restored the
battery to new was Tenacious (the product
name in Japan is ?Laslon-G?). The government
is injecting this solvent into their railway
batteries and the UPS batteries for cellular
phone central offices. They are also in
construction of a plant that will
manufacture ?Laslon-G? based on a licensing
agreement with the inventor in Japan.
Right now Tenacious will provide a FREE
Demonstration of the product. Simply by
going to the website mentioned below and
filling out the Questionnaire Tab a sample
of the appropriate amount of solvent will be
has been scientifically proven to dissolve
the built up sulfation and restore the
proper balance within the electrolyte
solution. See the graphs attached.
It has also been found that the only reason
for it not to work is due to internal damage
of the battery, which is usually caused by
allowing the sulfation to build up over a
period of time while it corrodes the lead
plates causing them to be brittle.
more information please contact:
or go to:
Director of Marketing