Battery first aid

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In this age of coil ignition and electrical gadgetry, a “flat” battery can put the finest of automobiles or motor-cars out of action. Consequently, the service station that can offer efficient re-charging facilities gets the custom. Runbaken have introduced an excellent piece of equipment in the form of the “Fastcharge,” which should be of interest in this connection. A “Fastcharge” can be wheeled to a car and the battery  charged without removal, or it can charge a number of batteries. The charge will taper down automatically from 60 amps, if required. The Dual-model “Fastcharge” also offers another unique facility, that of starting even the stiffest of newly-assembled engines without use of the car battery. These modern methods of battery first-aid and engine starting will appeal to all up-to-date garages and service stations and to owners of more than one car. Full details may be obtained from: Runbaken Electrical Products, Manchester.

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