Max~Zone, with its intelligent Fuzzy Pulser technology, will be able to disulphate a sulphated battery with only a 50% maximum SOC to regain up to 80% maximum SOC. The battery will be able to maintain its 80% maximum SOC throughout its service life. The Max~Zone product though is more than just a desulfator as it also improves ignition as well with its multi-spark technology that sends multiple pulses within a single pulse in an engine that isn't equipped with it. This results in less misfires which in turn leads to better combustion within the engine. Improved combustion also means less carbon build up within the engine. The 25,000 volt plasmatic ignition from the Max~Zone device dissolves carbon deposits and are expelled through the exhausts. This results in a cleaner combustion chamber, pistons, spark plugs and valves which results in less wear and tear on these engine components. Further enhancing the combustion process is the ionizing feature that applies a magnetic field to the fuel. This process changes the polarities of the fuel and thus allows the hydrocarbons in the fuel to react more spontaneously and burn more efficiently.
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The weakened battery with its limited storage capacity and ability to give and receive charge adversely affects the battery's State of Charge (SOC). State of Charge refers to the amount of electrical energy left in a battery. For example, the battery indicator on your handphone reflects the battery's SOC which is usually represented in percentages from 0 - 100% with the battery's maximum SOC being 100%. To prevent sulfation, a battery needs to be kept in a fully charged state. Though disconnecting the battery might slow the rate of sulfation, sulfation and natural discharge will still occur. What is the solution? There are however devices on the market that will help to prevent sulfation occurring on your car battery. Max~Zone is one such device that employs a state of the art Pulse Technology. Pulse desulfation technology uses pulses of electrical energy that are tuned to the molecular frequency of the sulphur crystal. The pulsing will break the bonds of the crystals and dissolve it back into the electrolyte solution, saving the weak battery from having to be replaced. Such devices like Max~Zone come with bolt-on simplicity. The small electronic box is hooked up next to a car's battery and sends out high frequency pulses to the battery through its Intelligent Fuzzy Pulser to counteract the battery's sulfation rate.
SULFATION’S ASSAULT ON YOUR BATTERY