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QUANTRON presents fuel cell transporter

Vehicles fuelled with green hydrogen protect the environment, are quiet on
the road and convince with a long range. Ideal for sustainable companies
that want to rely on emission-free goods transport for the long haul. In
addition to fully electric commercial vehicles, Quantron AG also offers
mobility solutions with hydrogen fuel cell systems. Their latest product in
this segment is the Q-Light FCEV van.
At NUFAM, the leading trade fair for the commercial vehicle industry,
QUANTRON presents the Q-Light to a trade audience for the first time. As a
hydrogen fuel cell transporter in the 3.5 to 4.2 tonne range, it is unique
in Europe. The vehicle is offered in cooperation with QUANTRON partner and
fuel cell expert AE Driven Solutions. It is based on a reliable and proven
powertrain technology that is already in use in over 400 vehicles throughout
Europe. All components of the Q-Light FCEV comply with European safety

The payload of the Q-Light FCEV is analogous to that of a comparable diesel
vehicle. The refuelling time can also be compared to that of a diesel
vehicle. The Q-Light FCEV can be driven flexibly in electric or fuel cell
mode. The battery capacity is 37 kWh and, like the 15 kW fuel cell used, has
a long service life. The waste heat from the fuel cell can also be used to
heat the interior, for example, so that additional electricity can be saved.

QUANTRON supports its customers in finding the ideal vehicle for their
individual requirements. Thanks to its wide range of superstructures, the
Q-Light FCEV can be used flexibly in different areas of application, for
example in the logistics industry or as a delivery vehicle. Thanks to its
quiet and emission-free drive, the transporter can also be used during the
day and at night. Depending on requirements, the vehicle can be equipped
with up to four hydrogen tanks and thus achieve a range of up to 500 km. In
the future, the power of the fuel cell will also be scalable, so that the
vehicle can be offered in different versions, such as a 7.2 t variant.

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