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If your electric boat battery drains faster than it should or faster than you need, then measuring its capacity is a necessary step. This blog will teach you how to correctly measure the battery capacity so that your future energy carriers work as expected and create no troubles for your engine - electric outboard motor, trolling motors or other variations of electric propulsion.   Battery Capacity Battery capacity is the total amount of electricity that the battery produces as a result of electrochemical reactions in it. The capacity may change according to its electrolyte's structure, size, age, and density. Remember...

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E-Drive motors are a go-to choice for sailboats thanks to their multipurpose functionality and suitability for various boats and sailing yachts. The advantages of flange and saildrive motors are silence, convenience, and simplicity. They require minimum maintenance, are easy to install and are suitable for personal, as well as commercial use. In this article we'll discuss different types of electric pod drive and sail drive motors, their key features and distinctions, as well as some installation basics.  Table of Content: Electric Pod Motors for sailboats Saildrives Power & Speed Special Features Hydrogeneration Technology Common Technical Characteristics Installation and Safety Electric...

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Inflatable boats are an excellent way to enjoy water-based activities, whether you're interested in fishing, hunting, or simply lounging by the shore. However, they're not the right boat choice for everyone; keep reading to learn more about the top five reasons you should own an inflatable boat. Table of Content Portability Safety Easy to Store Less Expensive  Durability  Their portability A classic dinghy or rowboat can't be inflated and deflated on a whim; it takes time to set up, put away, and transport a rigid boat. By contrast, inflatable boats can be packed into a tiny package that weighs less...

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Inflatable boats are one of the best options when it comes to boating and water sports, but without proper maintenance, they can wear out faster than you might think! Here are some tips on how to maintain an inflatable boat so that you can enjoy it for years to come. Clean your plastic floor Cleaning your boat floor is a bit different than cleaning your home. When you have a leak or spill on your plastic base, you must clean it up quickly. If you let mildew set in, it will create permanent damage. To prevent and remove mould: Mix...

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Heat Welding Technology is an advanced technology featuring highly durable seams that withstand critical environmental conditions like extreme temperatures or humid locations. Inflatable boats built with this technology are easy to fix and safe for the environment. How it works  Compressed air creates heat to melt two surfaces together. The resulting bond is formed as molecules between the two surfaces intermingle and cool. Hot Air Weld is a technique used on thermoplastic materials having a thickness of 1.5 millimetres (1/16"). It's excellent for weld shapes that require frequent changeovers or when you need to continuously start and stop the process. Crabzz...

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