Sweden (PRWEB) April 15, 2010 -
CTEK, a leading global brand in the care and maintenance of vehicle batteries, has unveiled its range of marine chargers to avoid unnecessary replacement of lead-acid batteries due to improper Battery Charging.
The CTEK M200 and M300 remove the worry associated with over and undercharging batteries through the use of its specialist patented technology, meaning that problems are avoided and the battery is charged to its maximum potential.
As many as one in five boat owners have to replace their batteries due to improper charging which can become expensive and affects thousands of people every year.
Both CTEK marine chargers follow a unique eight-stage process, continually charging and analysing the state of the battery and ensuring proper Battery Maintenance;
- Desulphation: Revives sulphated batteries. The patented pulsing process extends battery life.
- Soft Start: Tests the battery to establish if it can accept a charge
- Bulk: Main charge with maximum current
- Absorption: Top charge with minimal fluid loss. CTEK adaptive current measurement ensures that the battery really is fully charged
- Analysis: Test phase where battery ability to retain charge is measured.
- Recond: For reconditioning of deeply discharged batteries. Reconditioning reduces acid stratification, the battery has its capacity restored and service life is extended
- Maintenance charging - float: During the first 10 days of maintenance charging the battery is maintained with constant voltage.
- Maintenance charging - pulse: For maximum service life. State of charge varies between 95% and 100%. The battery receives a pulse when the voltage sinks, keeping the battery in good shape when it is not being used.
CTEK's provides chargers for all types of battery from marine to Car Batteries and are available through a network of stockists, details of which can be found via the CTEK website http://www.ctek.com.