U.S. Battery appointed sole supplier to WolfLift

30 June 2015

U.S.Battery has been appointed as the sole supplier to the new WolfLift. Manufactured by Haessler Inc., based in Ontario, Canada, the WolfLift features a 22 by 60-inch platform that can be raised up to a maximum height of 19 feet, 7 inches.

"I witnessed firsthand the amazing design of this new state of the art scissor lift, soon to be introduced into the platform lift industry," said Bill Glover, authorized factory representative for U.S. Battery. "We are very excited to be a part of WolfLift, and chosen as its supplier. It is an honor to add them to our growing list of original equipment customers."

Each WolfLift will be powered by four U.S. Battery, US2200 6V deep cycle batteries that provide 24 volts for the unit's two travel drive motors, and three operation motors that raise the telescoping sections.

"We know that the U.S. Battery US2200 deep-cycle battery has been the workhorse of the industry," said Jonathan Vallier, manufacturing and engineering manager at Haessler Inc. "With great reliable products and excellent ‎customer service, the choice for the WolfLift was obvious."

According to Haessler Inc. president Wolf Haessler, the new lift is ideal for facilities like banks, office buildings, stores, schools, hospitals, clean rooms, food-processing plants, and other places that want clean, quiet operation from a compact machine.

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