Pacific BatteryShield®: a BSC's BFF

The top challenges of Building Services Contractors far and wide typically include employee turnover, maintenance costs, and avoiding downtime. Well, what if we told you there is a single solution that addresses them all? 

We’re pretty sure BatteryShield® will be your new best friend! This patented, industry-leading technology was designed not only to protect your equipment batteries, but also your bottomline, your employee retention and overall productivity. Here’s how:

BatteryShield® is a fully integrated, automatic system that uses a “battery low” indicator light to notify the operator of a low water condition. At the same time, it disables the scrub head, preventing continued use - and thus potential damage to equipment -  until water levels are addressed. Just like that, your battery life is extended, as well as your machine’s, not to mention your budget! Hey, what are friends for, right?

Plus, not only is Pacific equipment easy to learn and use, but the combination of BatteryShield® with Trojan’s HydroLink™ single-point battery watering system makes servicing machines safe, quick and easy, too. And that makes employees happy, more productive and more likely to stick around. 

Keeping your batteries properly watered can save you up to 4 battery pack replacements as well, and you know what that means? You can potentially save as much as $2,800 over the life of your scrubber! 

See, we knew you and BatteryShield® would get along great! Just think, no more having to train new employees, dish out money to fix machines or endure downtime while you wait for their return. Want to shield yourself from high battery costs? It’s time you broke up with your old ways and start a long-lasting relationship that will not only save you a considerable amount of money, but also time and hassles. Get to know  BatteryShield® even more by downloading this information, or go ahead and schedule a demo so we can introduce the two of you in person. We guarantee you’ll be friends for life.

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