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Purkeys has announced a new partnership with AutoMeter aimed at supplying fleets and technicians with the necessary tools to diagnose and repair electrical issues.
AutoMeter is a designer and manufacturer of heavy-duty electrical system testing equipment and battery maintenance products.
The products available through this partnership include:
Handheld Electrical Analyzer: Purkeys’/AutoMeter Handheld Electrical Analyzer is an automated tester that guides technicians through a series of tests for heavy-duty electrical systems.Benchtop Electrical Analyzer: Purkeys’/AutoMeter Benchtop Electrical Analyzer is an automated tester that reduces the time and effort needed to identify and troubleshoot electrical issues. It can conduct preventative maintenance checks, voltage drop tests, battery tests, and more.6-Station Battery Charger: Purkeys’/AutoMeter 6-Station Battery Charger is a multi-station, automatic, 5 amp battery charger for AGM batteries.
“We are thrilled to be able to take our partnership with Purkeys to the next level,” said Scott Crerar, vice president of sales and marketing for AutoMeter. “They are a proven leader in the heavy-duty market and their experience only serves to strengthen AutoMeter’s category leadership.”
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