Sudbury, Ontario-based Kovatera has responded to an increased demand for electric underground vehicle.

The KT200e offers a range of configurations to meet customer specifications, from personnel carriers to specific job applications such as scissor lifts, aerial booms and other attachments that can be bolted to the chassis.

“A major consideration was to ensure that this electric vehicle’s capability matches the requirements of the customer’s needs. A major feature of our battery options is to fit vehicles with a standard 44kWh battery,” said general manager Will Gove.

Kovatera also offers customers of their UT99 diesel-powered models a retrofit kit that converts them to electric power.

Kovatera, a Canadian mining utility vehicle manufacturer, was formally known as Minecat.

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