Versalift launches electric lift system

By Euan Youdale06 April 2022

Versalift e-Tech The e-Tech app screen. (Photo: Versalift).

Driven by customer demand for a greener solution Versalift has launched its new hybrid e-Tech system, engineered to allow lifting jobs to be carried out using 100% electric power.

Installed with lithium-ion batteries, the 12v e-Tech system delivers 20 work cycles from a full charge. The battery recharges while the vehicle is being driven, using its combustion engine.

Versalift e-Tech A Versalift van mount with e-Tech. (Photo: Versalift).

With a mobile app available, operators can also check the status of the battery directly from their device, allowing them to keep an eye on the battery level and condition while working at height.

The battery pack can either be fitted retrospectively to existing Versalift platforms or installed on new production builds. The company said, “With zero emissions whilst operating on full electric, you can be assured of a greener, quieter, cost effective solution with no loss of productivity.”

Versalift e-Tech Installed e-Tech system. (Photo: Versalift).

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