Free IPAF Webinar Focuses on Longer Battery Life in Aerial Platforms | Construction News

The International Powered Access Federation is hosting a free webinar for everyone interested in maximizing battery life in aerial work platforms.

The webinar will take place Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, at 11:00am CDT / Noon EDT, and feature Trojan Battery engineer Stacey Delzeit as the presenter.

To register for the Webinar, click here or visit www.ipaf.org.

The webinar focuses on the proper care and maintenance of deep-cycle batteries.  Effective charging and watering methods will be addressed including Trojan’s HydroLink single-point watering system.  The presenter  will also discuss how battery life and capacity are affected by real-world conditions.

As a part of Trojan’s technical services department, Stacey Delzeit is responsible for addressing technical questions from around the world via Trojan’s toll-free technical support hotline and the company’s website.  As a technical-support engineer, she visits customers to address application issues that arise in the field, and works with Trojan’s sales team to offer application support. Delzeit also provides web-based or on-site training to Trojan’s distributors and customers. 

Delzeit previously served as a product engineer with Trojan and performed battery charger testing, evaluated customer product returns, and analyzed warranty claims from Trojan’s original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers.  Prior to joining Trojan in 2007, she served as an industrial engineer and process engineer at a division of Yuasa Battery, now known as EnerSys.

Delzeit holds a bachelor's degree in engineering from Mercer University, Macon, Ga.