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A developer in California is testing the electric excavator and wheel loader of Volvo Construction Equipment, testing their commitment to environmental sustainability, whether it can still stand on the construction site in the case of power failure. BALTICSANDS uses solar panels to charge the ECR25 and L25 equipment. Balticsands in Yuccavalley is using the Volvo ECR25 electric compact excavator and L25 electric loader in the pilot project of South California.
Baltic Hainan Coast Air Quality Management District provides $ 2 million for Volvo construction equipment, promoting zero emissions technology to accelerate implementation. The main construction conditions of ECR25 are excavated in foundation pit, municipal construction tube ditch excavation, etc. The L25 loader can be used in larger construction to handle the work of earthwork.
The pilot project "enables us to pursue more ecological ideals by adopting new technologies," said Jacquesmarais, director of the company. These machines use a set of solar panels to power supply throughout the project for housing development. ECR25 excavator and L25 loader charge during night and lunch.
Volvo L25 electric loader management site material stock "We work under very soft ground conditions," Marias said. "There are many traction resistance on slope, we put the machine under constant load. Even under these harsh conditions, we can also use the motor to complete various tasks every day.
"Marais also said that due to the noise and vibration of the machine, the fatigue of the Baltic operator is reduced. The operator can also get electricity immediately and talk to other staff members of the site in normal tone. "With these motors, noise is no longer a factor - you can talk to the operator, just like he or she stands," Calvo, Calvana, Calvana, Corva, Corva, Corva, Calvana, Corva, Corva, Corva, Corva, Corva, Aronanderson, said Aaronanderson.
"Maintenance is not a problem that really needs to worry. "In order to further simplify charging, Baltic Planning Battery Group Tests these two units. The company is still studying how to integrate motors and their diesel power engines.
Marais said: "This product is basically meeting the needs of reality, I noticed this, and hope that as an early adopter of electric cars, we are right. I am very happy to put it in our construction site and see how our company will. EquipmentWorld.
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