KBi/Kold-Ban International offers a “new and improved” version of the KrankingKART with ‘KAPower’ super-capacitor technology. KBi’s super-capacitors utilize what it calls “space-age technology” adapted to meet the demanding engine cranking needs of today’s
accessory-laden engines. The portable KrankingKART is said to have more power to crank a vehicle than four-fully charged group 31 batteries.

It never needs access to A/C power, charges from a cranking battery (even the rundown battery it is jumping), and fully recharges itself from the just started vehicle’s battery in less than 30 seconds.

The main benefits and ROI of the KrankingKART will be a direct result of the reduction of downtime, jump-start costs, and jump-cart maintenance, says Kold-Ban.

There are three models, with 12-, 24-, or 12-and-24-volt capacitors.

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