When the batteries are completely charged, the electric asphalt paver can operate for eight to ten hours. It produces significantly less noise than existing machines in addition to the advantages in emissions.
An asphalt paver is a machine used to spread and compact layers of asphalt over surfaces in order to pave roads, parking lots, walkways, and other places. A dump truck can pull some machines, but the majority are self-propelled by tracks or tires.
The Global Electric Asphalt Paver market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
With regard to use in metropolitan settings, Dinocap is offering an electric asphalt paver with no emissions. The company’s e City Paver SD1800W e is a Z.ERA program me participant and takes advantage of recent advancements in the new generation of electric batteries.
The hydraulic system for the screed and chassis receives 55kW from the new electric drive on the SD1800W e, which is equipped with an effective 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM).
The SD1800W e provides up to four hours of durable performance on a single charge, depending on the job, application, and intensity of the work cycle.
An included Type 2 plug for 400V, 6-32A, and 1.4–22kW AC is used for charging. This outlet complies with CE standards. A charging stand or a wall box can be used for charging. Both a Type 2 AC and CCS2 DC are capable of charging the SD1800W e.
It takes roughly three hours to charge a battery from 5% to 80% at 400V 22kW (AC) and 40 minutes to charge a battery from 5% to 80% at 80kW, depending on the battery’s state (temperature, battery cycles) (DC).
While it is not possible to charge while working, a user can preheat the slurry with the charger while they are waiting for the material, maintaining the battery level.
In terms of construction and efficiency, the SD1800W e is comparable to the diesel-powered model. With the screed expanded, the electric model can pave widths up to 4.1 m at up to 350 tons per hour.
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