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Wednesday, 25 Oct 2017 ( #844 )
News Story
ICL900
Delta-Q Technologies expands charger range
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Delta-Q Technologies has introduced a new ICL900 lithium battery charger, expanding its family of lithium battery chargers to create the ICL Series.
The new ICL900 is a 900 w charger, designed to optimally charge lithium battery systems of any lithium-ion chemistry from nine to 15 cells in series. Delta-Q’s new lithium charger is suitable for use on any electric machine including scooters, floor care machines, lift trucks, and sports and utility vehicles.
"We are pleased to announce the expansion of our lithium charging line," says Trent Punnett, Delta-Q’s vice president of sales, marketing, and product management. "Our products are designed to meet the evolving needs of our customers while providing reliability and long-term performance. The new ICL900 is a perfect complement to our OEM customers as they incorporate lithium technologies into their products."


PON 775
Camso rolls out new forklift tyres
Magog, QC, Canada,

Camso has introduced three new press-on tyre models to meet the growing demands of forklifts operating in high- and medium-intensity applications.
The material handling industry has evolved considerably in recent years. Larger forklift models are using more specialised attachments and now come equipped with hydrostatic transmissions and automotive-type active stability systems. These material movers now have to carry heavier loads in more confined spaces while moving faster, according to Camso.
"When operating in such high intensity applications, tyres are pushed beyond their limits and are very likely to experience heat build-up. This can result in rubber fatigue or even thermal tyre failure, causing unscheduled forklift downtime," says Erick Bellefleur, product line executive director – material handling at Camso.
In response, Camso has launched its PON 775, PON 555 and 550 models.


TVH Camera Kit
TVH adds camera kits
Olathe, KS, United States

TVH in the Americas has extended its camera inventory with four new high-quality camera kits that can be used for a wide variety of applications such as materials handling trucks, mining machinery, and other heavy equipment.
Each kit includes a durable camera featuring water-resistant construction, 120 degree wide-angle lens for optimum visibility, and a day and night sensor, as well as an LED colour monitor.  The monitor is equipped with adjustable picture images for horizontal, vertical, mirror and normal viewing, three camera inputs, on-board speaker, and a screen menu that is available in eight different languages.
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