[We’re] proud to be able to offer an affordable alternative to OEM replacement batteries for today's advanced medical devices.
(PRWEB) August 22, 2014
The Logan, Utah-based battery emporium, Batteryheads, is preparing to launch a new line of medical batteries to be added to its current inventory. Beginning this fall season, customers will be able to purchase premium batteries for a host of different medical devices from Batteryheads.
Batteryheads, known by many for its customer service, competitive pricing, and exclusive line of TechFuel batteries, will be entering into the medical field for the first time upon the launch of its new line of medical batteries.
Scott Gibbons, CEO of Batteryheads, when asked about the upcoming launch:
“[We’re] proud to be able to offer an affordable alternative to OEM replacement batteries for today's advanced medical devices. Our biomedical batteries are produced to meet or exceed the quality and performance of the batter[ies] provided by the medical device manufacturer[s]. Our biomedical battery customers include hospitals, surgical centers, EMS, public safety, long term care facilities, and the military.”
To start, the company plans to offer a number of leading battery brands including Energizer, Panasonic, CSB, Sanyo/FDK, Enersys, MK/East Penn, Renata, and PowerSonic. The biomedical batteries are made with strict quality standards, and are manufactured by a leading battery development supplier in the United States.
Some of the devices that the new battery line will be compatible with are ultrasound systems, cardiographs, Alaris and Sigma infusion pumps, pacemakers, ventilators, x-ray machines, Zoll defibrillators, and many others. The full catalog of products contains over 2000 different kinds of batteries, which spans the entire spectrum of medical devices. The company’s CEO mentions plans to expand the breadth of its inventory even further after the initial launch of its new medical line.
Batteryheads’ online marketplace will be teeming with activity, especially after the launch, as it has recently undergone a webpage and branding overhaul. It will be exciting to see how the interaction of the launch of the product line and the new website pair in marketing the new offerings to customers.
Users interested in purchasing merchandise from the new product line can do so at the company’s website, http://www.Batteryheads.com.