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Imtra Learning Center

Imtra’s Learning Center is a great resource for everything you need to know about your boat’s equipment and systems. Everything from product overviews, product comparisons, buying guides, troubleshooting guides, maintenance tips and more can be found here, and it’s always being updated. Be sure to also check out our video library for product demonstrations, how-tos, webinars and much more!

 

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There are many options available when it comes to picking an operator’s chair, so narrowing it down to the right one can be difficult. Imtra’s Commercial Product Manager, Alex Sykes, has laid out some of the most important factors to consider.
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Bow and stern thrusters are built into or mounted upon boats to increase maneuverability. Read Imtra's five tips for bow and stern thruster maintenance.
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Deciding which windlass is best suited to your boat is sometimes easy and other times takes research. Imtra product expert Jim Thomas leads you through the process.
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Imtra thruster expert Peter Nolet explains the basics of bow and stern thrusters and how they work.
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Proportional control bow and stern thrusters have changed the docking experience since they were first introduced in 2011. Imtra thruster expert Peter Nolet answers common questions about upgrading.
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What factors must be considered when putting aboard a new anchoring system? Imtra expert Jim Thomas provides the guidelines.
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Everything you need to know about different types of switches and switching circuits
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Most marine windshield wiper systems cost between $250 and $2,000 for purchase and installation. Imtra's wiper expert, Jamie Simmons, details the pricing factors.
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Choosing the right deck light can often be a complex process, so Imtra’s Northeast Commercial Sales Manager, Nate Cabral, goes through the important factors to consider when picking a deck light.
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Based in Holland, Den Haan Rotterdam (DHR) has been manufacturing top-quality marine lighting products since the early 1920s. DHR started with tin oil-lamps that were used on ships, and have kept up with the latest technology for generations, now offering a complete range of state-of-the-art LED Marine Navigation Lights.
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