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Haessler Inc. Names Delta-Q Technologies as Battery Charging Supplier for New Hydraulic-free Lift

Haessler Inc. Names Delta-Q Technologies as Battery Charging Supplier for New Hydraulic-free Lift

IC650 provides superior reliability and charge quality for electric vehicles and industrial equipment

BURNABY, BC, CANADA, December 15, 2017 – Delta-Q Technologies (Delta-Q), a leader in battery charging solutions for electric vehicles and industrial machines, announced today that Haessler Inc. has selected Delta-Q as its charging solutions supplier for its new WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift. 

The WolfLifT all-electric aerial work platform is an environmentally friendly technology that offers important advantages to users and owners.  In addition to the AC electrically motorized functions which is significantly more energy efficient resulting in more cycles per charge, the completely electrically powered feature eliminates any risk of oil leaks and reduces maintenance and service costs. The superior stability of the machine also makes work at elevated heights more comfortable and productive.  The all enclosed lift structure is aesthetically more pleasing and minimizes entrainment of falling debris.  WolfLift aerial work platforms are manufactured by Haessler Inc., visit for additional information.                    

“We are excited about the opportunity to work with Haessler Inc. and we look forward to contributing to their continued success in the aerial work platform market” said Trent Punnett, vice president of sales, marketing and product management at Delta-Q

The WolfLifT hydraulic-free lift will use Delta-Q’s 24V IC650 industrial and motive battery charger. Capable of charging lithium-ion and lead acid (wet, gel, AGM) batteries, the IC650 provides superior equipment uptime, flexibility for different battery chemistries and the ability to resist and tolerate high levels of vibration, shock, fluids and dirt. Its sealed die cast enclosure provides a long service life despite the difficult operating conditions when mounted onboard a vehicle.

The IC650 battery charger is part of a product group from Delta-Q called the IC Series. All IC Series chargers are sealed, built for reliability and record critical charge data such as power returned to the battery, charge cycle completion or interruption, and the charge profile being used. The IC Series chargers address the need for serviceability through a USB host port that allows charge cycle data to be downloaded, or new software and charge profiles to be uploaded.

For more information on the Delta-Q’s battery chargers, visit

 Haessler WolfLifT   wolflift_2

About Delta-Q Technologies

Delta-Q Technologies is a leading provider of battery charging solutions that improve the performance and reliability of electric drive vehicles and industrial equipment. The company has become the supplier of choice to many of the world’s leading manufacturers of electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, motorcycles and scooters, floor care machines, and utility and recreational vehicles. Delta-Q is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with a local presence in the U.S., Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit

For additional details or to schedule a meeting, please contact:

Amanda Yeo

Product Marketing Specialist

Delta-Q Technologies

Phone: +1.604.566.8826


Alec Drozdowski

Communiqué PR

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Delta-Q Technologies (Delta-Q) is charging the future and driving the world's transition to electric energy. They collaboratively design, test, and manufacture robust battery chargers that improve the performance of our customer's electric drive vehicles and industrial machines. As the supplier of choice for Tier 1 OEMs, their customer support and engineering expertise guide their customers through the electrification process for a sustainable world. Delta-Q, a ZAPI GROUP company, is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. The company’s team and its distributors span five continents and service industries such as electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, e-mobility, floor care machines, utility/recreational vehicles, and new markets, like construction and outdoor power equipment. Please visit their website for news and resources at, or follow company updates on Twitter and LinkedIn for more information.

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