News Motorcycle Seat Heaters by Check Corp.

Motorcycle Seat Heaters by Check Corp.

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Check Corporation, a leader in heated seat technology, has several new advancements in motorcycle seat heating for both the aftermarket and OEM. They work with manufacturers to integrate seat heaters into the seat during manufacturing and they also make kits for retrofit motorcycle seat heater applications.

One key component in Check motorcycle seat heater kits is a waterproof digital temperature controller that provides more consistent and controlled heating. The digital control module will maintain the tightly regulated high or low temperature setting selected at the switch for rider comfort. This provides continuous comfort without the need for manual adjustments. The controller also has an automatic shut-off function after one hour of continuous operation and is capable of providing diagnostic feedback.

Check also provides a waterproof on-off rocker switch that can be installed for easy access or it can be hidden from view. Once the desired temperature is reached, the seat heater can be turned off. This system also has an automatic thermostat shut off for safety.

They also manufacturer a single temperature motorcycle seat heater kit that has a bi-metal thermostat for temperature control that quickly warms the seat for rider comfort on the coldest days. The soft and flexible seat heater elements will compliment the comfort and support of the existing seat and provide therapeutic warmth to the rider when switched on.

Check Corporation Motorcycle Seat Heaters can be installed in most motorcycles. The bike’s seat cover is removed and the heating element is adhered to the seat base foam. The seat cover is then reinstalled according to the original factory design and all wiring and hardware is installed out of sight. In most cases, the seat heater does not change the look of the seat and in some it enhances the rider’s comfort. Each seat heater system is individually fused and safety wired into the bike’s electrical system.

High quality materials are used to manufacture and assemble each seat heater. Rigorous testing is used to meet government and industry standards and to insure long-term durability and reliability. The heating elements and other assemblies are designed for motorcycle applications with full protection from wear and weather.

Each Check seat heater is backed by the leading manufacturer of aftermarket seat heaters in the country and comes with a 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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