LOWELL, Ark., Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Purkeys, a company focused on providing electrical solutions for the heavy-duty trucking industry, developed the Benchtop Electrical Analyzer to help equip fleets with high-quality, automated electrical testing equipment.
Electrical testing equipment is important to fleets who strive to maintain an excellent preventative maintenance program.
When portability is not a concern, a roll-around tester, like the Benchtop Electrical Analyzer, is what every fleet needs. It is an automated tester that guides technicians through the analysis of heavy-duty vehicle electrical systems. This efficient and accurate device reduces the time and effort needed to troubleshoot electrical issues.
The Benchtop Electrical Analyzer has multiple leads that allow technicians to conduct preventative maintenance checks, battery tests, and more. It can apply up to 400 amps for automated load tests while testing for voltage drop.
The Benchtop Electrical Analyzer tests cranking systems, battery systems, charging systems, and liftgate systems. It records the testing history with printable results.
An important part of maintaining heavy-duty vehicle electrical systems is to have good electrical testing equipment, like the Benchtop Electrical Analyzer. It provides fleets with everything they need to quickly and accurately ensure truck systems are working properly.
For more than 25 years, Purkeys has delivered innovative, cost-effective solutions for the electrical needs of heavy-duty fleets. They look at the electrical system as a whole, then strategically work to achieve the maximum return on investment while reducing maintenance costs and equipment usage. Their level of expertise has garnered more than 10 U.S. patents and attracted the attention of fleets, OEMs, and other industry leaders throughout North America. For more information, please go to purkeys.net.
Brooke McNeely, Content Director, (479) 287-4006
823 S. Lincoln St.
Lowell, AR 72745
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