Starting boosters for the marine sector

Jump Starters for boats Below are listed Ceteor's professional battery boosters designed to provide breakdown assistance for pleasure craft, petrol or diesel, which have a flat battery, such as outboards, yachts, inflatable boats, jet-skis, etc.

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Battery Booster Propulstation and SOS Booster 12V-800CA 
Starting of boats of 12 V – diesel engines of 250 HP as booster.


Battery Booster Propulstation and SOS Booster 12V-1200CA 
Starting boats of 12 V – diesel engines up to 350 HP as booster.


Battery Booster Propulstation and SOS Booster 12/24V-2400/1200CA 
Starting of diesel boats of 12 V and 24 V of more than 1000 HP. Ideal for ports, marinas and repair workshops.


booster batterie mobile sos pps 12-24V- 
SOS PPS 12-24 3200-1600
Starting of boats of 12 and  24 V. Their design on wheels makes manoeuvring easier at marinas.

These last four models are available in 24V or 12V versions only. For further information, contact us or consult the technical sheets below.

Technical sheet SOS 12V-2400CA
Technical sheet SOS 12V-3200CA
Technical sheet SOS 24V-1200CA
Technical sheet SOS 24V-1600CA
Technical sheet PROPULSTATION® 24V-1200CA
Technical sheet PROPULSTATION® 24V-1600CA

The starting circumstances have a strong bearing on the choice of your booster and depend on several factors such as the general condition of the vehicle and the extent of discharging of its battery, the power of the engine, the type of fuel (diesel engines are more difficult to start), the temperature, the frequency of use of the booster, but also the design of the vehicle itself and of its electrical circuit.

* The models mentioned above are referred to as an indication only. If in doubt, choose the most powerful model or contact us.

A more powerful booster offers the following advantages:

  • Greater efficiency
  • Greater reliability
  • Longer autonomy
  • Longer service life

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