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Vanair releases new start-all lithium-ion jump starters


David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

Vanair Manufacturing, through its acquisition of Goodall Mfg., has released its new Start-All Jump Pack series.

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The Start-All series of portable jump starters are built to safely deliver fast starts to a wide variety of vehicles, the company says. Vanair says a high-output premium lithium-ion battery provides maximum performance and longevity, while Vanair’s Protect-All technology enables the Start-All Jump Pack units to safely transfer instantaneous energy to the battery.

“The Start-All series of jump packs can instantly jump-start anything from small engines to large heavy-duty 16-liter commercial grade diesel engines,” says Dean Strathman, vice president of sales at Vanair. “Lithium-ion technology makes these units lighter in weight and longer-lasting compared to lead or AGM batteries. The result is a compact, lightweight and reliable source of power to get you back up and running and on the road quickly.”

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According to the company, safety features for jump starting provided include reverse polarity, low-voltage protection, short circuit overheat protection and over-discharge protection. Integrated heavy-duty cables with large metal clamps are included on all models.

In addition, each model in the Start-All Jump Pack series also doubles as a portable power bank. Equipped with DC auxiliary, USB and 12-volt output ports, the Start-All Jump Pack units can recharge personal electronics such as cell phones, laptops and speakers, and can provide power for tire pumps, lights and more, Vanair says. A 500 lumen LED flashlight with SOS strobe functions comes standard with each model as well.


The Start-All Jump Pack series is comprised of four models: 2500A 12V (for cars and smaller trucks), 5000A 12V (for Class 4-6 vehicles), 10000A 12V (for Class 7 and 8 vehicles), and 3000A 24V (for construction and farm equipment).


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