Haessler chooses Delta-Q for WolfLift

16 December 2016

WolfLift will be using Delta-Q’s 24V IC650 industrial and motive battery charger.

WolfLift will be using Delta-Q’s 24V IC650 industrial and motive battery charger.

Delta-Q Technologies (Delta-Q), a provider of battery charging solutions for electric vehicles and industrial machines, announced that Haessler Inc. has selected the company as its charging solutions supplier for its new WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift.

The WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift will use Delta-Q’s 24V IC650 industrial and motive battery charger, which is capable of charging lithium-ion and lead acid (wet, gel, AGM) batteries.

The all-electric lift features a solid-sided telescoping tower that raises and lowers the platform with an electrically driven rack-and-pinion system. Travel and steering are also electrically powered.

The WolfLifT 3020 can lift 650 pounds to a platform height of 19 feet, 7 inches and measures 30-inches-wide by 60-inches-long.

There are more than 20 units in the field currently, the company said.

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