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The market’s growth is attributed to the rise in demand for construction equipment with zero emissions. Due to the speedy development of new technologies like improved dashboards and new cell technology in batteries, the penetration of off-highway equipment has increased.
Low-emission travel and work, with a global emphasis on battery-electric propulsion, is now one of the sector’s key development goals. The electrification of construction equipment is progressing swiftly.
Electric equipment has the potential to dramatically lower the level of noise pollution and danger caused by diesel-powered equipment. By moving to electricity, these machines will not only run more effectively, cost less to own, and almost never require contractors to pay for fuel, but they will also produce less noise and improve the environment.
The development of electric equipment is already being prepared for by large OEMs.
The Taiwan 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.
New Wheel Loader and Compact Electric Excavators are offered from Volvo CE. The 9,921-pound L20 Electric small wheel loader, which is lighter than the L25, has 100 percent parallel motions, a parallel-type linkage (Z-bar linkage is available), a maximum dump height of 8 feet 2 inches, and a 1.8-ton payload.
33kWh and 40kWh battery pack options are provided by the firm. Depending on the application, users may anticipate up to six hours of active work each charge. According to Volvo, using electronic parts lowers machine maintenance by 30%.
According to the manufacturer, the loader significantly reduces noise, vibration, and heat while emitting no exhaust gases. A range of adjustable work modes and an automated park brake with hill-hold capabilities are further features.
Four hours of active labor are provided by the 1.8-ton EC18 and short-swing ECR18 electric compact excavators per charge (depending on the environment and task).
With a maximum digging depth of either 7 feet 4 inches for the short arm configuration or 8 feet for the long arm, both machines have a breakout force of 2,900 pounds. For limited locations, the ECR18’s ultra-short tail radius is perfect.
Low noise levels, decreased vibration and heat, and a completely enclosed and heated cab are all felt by the operator.
Each of the three devices has an inbuilt on-board charger that enables them to charge from empty to full in less than six hours using the J1772 AC Charging connection and a 240-volt outlet – the same plug and charging method used by a normal electric vehicle.
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