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We’re very proud to be recognized as PulseTech’s “2017 Distributor of the Year!” - 20 Feb

PulseTech products have been leading in the battery testing, maintenance, and charging system industry for years with their research and development of quality next-generation products.

Healthy Battery has been a strong supporter of their technology and has made strides with serving customers the best battery management equipment to reduce costly dead battery downtime and increase productivity for the truck and trailer industry.

PulseTech systems have been widely used by the military, emergency respondents, commercial fleets, equipment owners, and individual consumers to maximize their battery performance and dramatically reduce battery-related expenses.

Contact us at Healthy Battery for more information about the PulseTech technology and start saving money with highly efficient battery charging products!


City of Carrollton now using PulseTech products from Healthy Battery - 04 Oct

The City of Carrollton’s fleet operations managed by G4S Integrated Fleet Services with Brad Hunter as the Project Manager, has been installing both the Power Pulse and 6 Watt ERV Solar Panels on selected vehicles in the City’s fleet. 

The 12 volt Power Pulse, using the battery’s own energy to actively clean sulfate deposits from battery plates by means of a resonance wave pulse is being installed on all fire apparatus and ambulances. 

The 6 watt ERV Solar Panel that charges as well as pulses the battery is being installed on selected police vehicles and utility trailers. 

Healthy Battery would like to thank the City of Carrollton for being proactive in using our products to reduce budget costs, extend battery life and reduce the amount of batteries going to the recycling plant.

This article posted on our website courtesy of Brad Hunter, pictured below with 2 of the new fire engines which arrived in early September from Ferrara Fire Apparatus.


Healthy Battery now an official sponsor for Sealy Outdoors Bass Splash fishing tournaments - 27 Sep

 Healthy Battery is please to announce that beginning in January of 2013 we will be affiliated with Sealy Outdoors Bass Splash as an official sponsor.  This will put us at every fishing tournament that Sealy Outdoors will host including a new one at Lake Ouachita in Arkansas.  A total of 6 fishing tournaments in 2013 will give us the opportunity to introduce anglers to our line of products that will improve battery performance and extend the life of a battery.

Sealy Outdoors has also announced they are now partners with B.A.S.S.  Here is a portion of their news release:

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Two of the oldest and most prominent bass tournament organizations - B.A.S.S. and Sealy Outdoors - have signed a joint agreement to market and promote the popular Big Bass Splash series of events.


Under the agreement, Sealy's big-bass tournaments beginning in 2013 will be named the "Big Bass Splash Presented by Sealy Outdoors and B.A.S.S." In addition, Big Bass Splash weigh-ins will be streamed live on, and the events will be covered in B.A.S.S. media.

Sherman Texas Fire Department now using Pulse Tech products on their fleet - 11 Sep

The Sherman Fire Department with a rich history of community service has ordered and is installing several different items from Pulsetech Products designed to improve 12 volt battery performance and extend the service life of the battery.  

For their vehicles with constant shoreline power, the Power Pulse will be installed.  For the vehicles without constant charging, a combination of 2 watt, 5 watt and 6 watt solar charging panels with Pulse technology will be used.  

Healthy Battery thanks the Sherman Fire Department for their confidence in our products and looks forward to working together to achieve both better battery performance and save critical budget dollars for the citizens of Sherman.

Thanks goes out as well to Fire Chief J.J. Jones for his permission to print this article and photo of their Ladder Truck.   Firefighter Jeff Matlock is pictured beside the 105 ft. aerial apparatus.