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The production of all-electric versions of conventional construction vehicles is being undertaken by heavy machinery manufacturers as part of efforts to make construction more environmentally friendly.
In recent years, there has been an increased push for more environmentally friendly building methods, and now electric heavy gear is entering the ranks of electric cars and public transportation as an eco-friendly substitute.
If you’ve ever driven past a working construction site, the majority of the large equipment you saw was probably running on diesel fuel. Although diesel-powered construction equipment still has a disproportionate amount of the market share, all-electric models are more common than you might imagine, and they tend to blend in.
All-electric machinery has performance capabilities that are practically comparable to those of diesel machinery.
The Saudi Arabia Electric Construction Equipment Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Haulotte has introduced two new all-terrain scissor lifts with working heights of up to 13 metres, load capacities of 750 kilogrammes, and the ability to be deployed on slopes with up to five-degree gradients, both of which are electrically powered but provide the same level of performance as diesel machines.
The HS15 E and HS18 E models, which are a part of its “blue strategy,” incorporate special characteristics that increase the range of potential uses and working independence.
The range required for a full day of work is provided by the 48V battery pack, which is part of the PULSEO scissors’ design to maximise battery life.
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