June 2016

Solus Group Announces 10 Percent Off All BHS Battery Handling and Warehouse Equipment and Simpro Bin Tippers for Independence Day

By Jennifer Taylor June 29, 2016

July 1, 2016 - Solus Group, a comprehensive warehouse equipment and forklift battery changing equipment supplier, will offer a 10 percent discount on select products ordered on the weekend of July 4th, 2016. The sale begins at 12:00 p.m. CST on Friday, July 1st, and ends at 11:59 a.m. Sunday July 4th.

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The Hazards of Forklift Battery Wash Water And What To Do About Them

By Jennifer Taylor June 27, 2016

Manufacturers recommend washing forklift batteries regularly. That's good advice. Clean batteries run better and last longer — up to 50 percent longer, by some estimates.

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Safe and Responsible Disposal of Forklift Battery Wash Water

By Jennifer Taylor June 20, 2016

There was a time when warehouse managers would just dump a load of baking soda into dirty water from battery washes and pour the whole mess down the drain.

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Simpro Bin Tippers from Solus Group Find Niche Applications at WasteExpo 2016

By Jennifer Taylor June 15, 2016

Jun 7, 2016 - Las Vegas, Nevada - A four-person team from Solus Group, a leading online provider of warehouse equipment, introduced waste handling providers from around the globe to the unique capabilities of Simpro Bin Tippers at the 2016 WasteExpo conference in Las Vegas.

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How to Reuse Wastewater to Wash Forklift Batteries

By Jennifer Taylor June 13, 2016
The world may be headed for a global water crisis. The latest United Nations World Water Development Report warns that, if industries and governments don't change business as usual, there will be a 40 percent global water deficit by the year 2030.
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Washing Forklift Batteries: Do It Yourself, Or Outsource the Task?

By Jennifer Taylor June 6, 2016
Washing forklift batteries is about much more than keeping up appearances. The electrolyte-infused sludge that builds up on battery cases is a conductor, meaning that a dirty battery is constantly releasing a low-level electrical charge. Over time, that wasted energy can cut down your battery's operating life by up to 50 percent, according to an environmental update by no less an authority than the U.S. Army.
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