Interview with Alain Aisenberg of BatMax
Add-on patch to extend life of batteries and decrease charge time.
FLORIDA, USA -- On Sept. 16, 2006, from 3:00 to 3:55 pm Pacific time,
Sterling D. Allan of PES Network (PESN) will be doing a live
interview with Alain Aisenberg, CEO of Batmax.
BatMax produces a battery-life booster, which, laid next to a battery, extends
its functional life and reduces charging time. It is also supposed to rejuvenate
Now in production, the BatMax patch is currently being shipped to both U.S. and
international wholesalers and retailers. Though using it with older batteries
gives the most noticeable results, both old and new rechargeable batteries can
benefit from BatMax and the product is compatible with all mobile phones.
BatMax is based on the IonXR2, a new, exclusively-developed nanoceramic
material, resulting from years of laboratory research.
The patch is made of aluminum foil, and lined with a layer of special
minerals. The substrate is able to affect the battery by reactivating the
particles in the battery that have lost their ability to be polarized. It
"dissolves" the crystallization that causes battery life reduction.
The foil strip needs to cover the whole surface of one side of the battery,
approximating the size "like a slice of ham on a piece of
bread". The usual way to achieve this close juxtaposition of layers
is to install the BatMax strip within the battery compartment before inserting
the battery. It doesn't need to actually be affixed to the battery. The white,
active side of the strip must face the battery.
Several major battery manufacturers have contracted with BatMax to integrate the
BatMax patch into their batteries.
Allan, who will be interviewing Mr. Aisenberg, has recently tried out the patch,
and attests that -- at least from a subjective analysis -- it works very well.
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