I have a nanopulser that had been attached to my batteries
for two years. The only thing I can equate with that device is the fertilizer produced by bulls. While the device has been attached, sulfation occured at the same rate as prior to connection. I monitored the specific gravity of the batteries
during the two year period and desulfated by standard means annually. Since I removed the nanopulser a couple of months ago while equalizing the batteries. The sulfation rate has progressed at the same rate as it did before attachment, during attachment and after the attachment. Though this is not a scientific study, my conclusion is that BS is more valuable. It at least makes the grass
If anyone actually believes this device is of any value, I will sell it to you cheeeeeeep.