Stored energy: Battery Management Program from PulseTech

stored energy fleet management utility fleets PulseTech
Sponsored by

Utility fleets: An innovative cradle-to-grave Battery Management Program (BMP), originally created for military equipment maintenance by PulseTech Products Corp., has been restructured and fine-tuned to test, recover and maintain 12V batteries for commercial fleet managers in both private and public sectors.

Initially introduced to the military as Battery Manger Maintenance Program, PulseTech technicians had developed a Mobilization and Training Equipment
Site guidebook that included new battery turn-in procedures, battery worksheets, constant charge maintenance, state of charge, types of equipment utilized and hard to charge batteries.

The responses from military equipment maintenance managers has been so impressive that PulseTech management decided to commercialize the program, working with numerous national and regional fleet and equipment maintenance managers to create custom programs that follow a basic six-step outline.

“Fleet and equipment batteries, if properly maintained, can far outperform the standard lifecycle, saving tens of thousands of dollars in annual replacement costs and keeping downtime to a minimum -- if simple routine maintenance procedures are followed,” said Rick Miller, PulseTech Sales Manager.

As part of the BMP, fleet and equipment managers employ a series of high tech smart tools, including analytical testers, battery recovery chargers, battery stock maintainers, and the installation of permanent desulfators using PulseTech¹s patented Pulse Technology® to automatically keep batteries at peak capacity and extend life cycles up to five times.

For more information about PulseTech or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

Sponsored by

Get All the Utility Products News Delivered to Your Inbox

Subscribe to Utility Products or email newsletter today at no cost and receive the latest news and information.

 Subscribe Now


October 2015
Volume 19, Issue 9

Utility Products Topics

Transmission & Distribution
                       Vehicles & Accessories
Tools & Supplies   Safety
Line Construction & Maintenance   Test & Measurement

How to deploy mobile forms + devices to speed up field service processes & reporting

Overcoming the pain points associated with any process is much simpler and more cost effective than you think. This webinar will detail the benefits of switching to mobile forms for field data collection and reporting.
We'll examine real use cases and ROI of integrating mobile forms within a given field service process, including for work orders, inspections, checklists and proposals.
A quick AT&T Mobile Forms demo will reveal the feature rich, user-friendly nature of the solution. You'll see why it’s a must-deploy to speed up data collection, eliminate invoicing/data entry lags and auto-generate/deliver insightful reports.



Industry Company Pages

Keep up-to-date with the latest news and articles from some of the prominent utility product companies and resources.


Everlast Substation signs

Everlast safety signs and Everlast Substation signs meet all ANSI and OSHA requirements and continue to be readable for the life of the substation. When most signs fail ours shine.

Everlast pole tags

Everlast pole tags for distribution poles have been used all over the world in this great earth's worst environment's proving it is the longest lasting product to use on pole's!

Swage Bus Accessories

Swage Bus Accessories use a compression technology process called "swaging" that enables installation of aluminum bus accessories without the need of a welder.