Mecalac to debut electric machinery at Bauma

By Lewis Tyler05 October 2022

France headquartered urban equipment specialist Mecalac says it will debut a range of medium-sized electric machines at this year’s Bauma.

Electric machines, the e12 excavator, es1000 swing loader and ed6 site dumper The e12 excavator, es1000 swing loader and ed6 site dumper will be on show at Bauma. (Photo: Mecalac)

According to the company, visitors can expect to see the 11.3 tonne e12 excavator, the es1000 swing loader and the ed6 6 tonne site dumper at its outdoor stand.

Mecalac says the trio completes its range of mid-sized machines, specifically designed with urban construction project applications in mind.

As well as promising improvements in the hydraulics and auxiliary systems of the new machines, aimed at reducing energy consumption, a high-power mobile battery charging solution is also available, providing 300kWh of storage capacity, allowing an impressive runtime.

Across the three machines, Mecalac says as much as 64 tonnes of CO2 could be saved on a jobsite each year.

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