CTEK’s PRO25SE assists garages

CTEK’s PRO25SE assists garages

AJ Automedic outlines how using a CTEK PRO25SE has offered a safety net for its workshop as well as added value for its customers.

AJ Automedics is described as a successful automotive workshop established 2010, which, through a lot of commitment and hard work from the team of expert technicians has earned a reputation for honest, reliable garage services in Durham and throughout the North East of England and even has regular customers from Europe.

AJ Automedics are part of the Autocare network of carefully selected garages, meaning the team of technicians have access to regular Autocare training, and are experts in working on all makes and models of vehicle.

The business has a large purpose-built workshop, fully-equipped with an MOT testing facility, with the capability and equipment to be able to repair and service all makes and models of cars and commercial vehicles. The facility also has the capacity to cater for large vehicles such as mini-buses, motorhomes, caravans, ambulances, trucks and horseboxes.

AJ Automedics are also Electric Vehicle Approved (EVA), they have been assessed against a set of standards for automotive workshops which recognise a business’ excellence in the electric vehicle sector. This EVA badge of approval gives peace of mind that you, as a consumer, are dealing with an expert in the electric vehicle sector.  The team consists of technicians with the qualifications, skills and knowledge to service and repair hybrid and electric vehicles.

Late in 2023 the business acquired a CTEK PRO25SE, capable of delivering up to 25A of battery support power in the workshop, along with fully automatic 8-step charging and maintenance, and 6M cable for maximum flexibility.  Previously having used an older alternative, the workshop was on the lookout for a more reliable battery support unit to ensure a stable power source for vehicle’s electrical systems during routine servicing and repairs.

James Colling, Owner of AJ Automedics, said: “Diagnostic tests and reprogramming procedures can put a strain on the battery, especially if they require extended periods of time. By connecting a reliable battery support unit, it helps maintain a consistent power supply and prevents the battery from displaying ghost faults, and being drained in the process.

“It is a safety net for the workshop. If the battery is faulty then there is an opportunity to talk to the customer and either recharge the battery, or replace it with a new one.  It is added value to the customer if the workshop can give the tips and advice that will extend the life of the battery, and of course it is good business for the workshop to be able to make a charge for this value added service.”

For more information about the PRO25SE, click here.

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