ICE stands for an Internal Combustion Engine. The majority of marine inboard and outboard engines are ICE.
This is fully dependent on the boat and the size of the system that you put in it. However, with today’s battery technology you can expect between 25 to 50 nautical miles at a planing hull speed. At a slower speed, below hull speed (approximately 5 knots for a 25-footer), this range can be quadrupled.
This is fully dependent on the boat and how big a system is installed. As a general rule, you can expect a higher top speed than with your current ICE installation.
Unlike ICE, the full torque of an electric motor can be available from 0 rpm (depending on your programming choices). Thus an electric propulsion system allows you to achieve a plane with your boat more efficiently and faster.
Electric propulsions systems are highly reliable. The reason for this is the simplicity of an electric motor linked to our marine electric management system. Simply put, our system has four moving parts, whilst on average a combustion engine has over 2000 parts. This explains how Krensen® can achieve a highly reliable and robust system.
Silence, zero emissions, and low operating costs are the core benefits of an electric propulsion system. Krensen's system will not compromise your current boat usage, using your boat how, when, and where you want. The use of a lightweight electric motor, efficient battery management, and maritime batteries make this possible.
A boat, in Krensen’s view, is between 0 and 15 meters or 0 and 50 feet. Our system is best suited to inboard planing hull boats between 20 and 30 feet. The reason is that size affects energy consumption, at the same time as having fairly heavy ICE systems installed. However, when removing an ICE
Our standard AC Charging system can charge with about 100 kW system can charge a standard Krensen system (a 100kWh battery) in about hour if there is an AC outlet big enough to support the onboard charger. Whilst our DC supercharging 300kW system can be charged in less than 30 minutes.