DEUTZ and PUTZMEISTER Unveiled a Concrete Pump With Electric Drive at Bauma


DEUTZ continues to expand the use of carbon-neutral drive systems in off-highway applications. Last October at Bauma 2022, the drive specialist presented the first battery-powered concrete pumps made by its partner PUTZMEISTER.

The PUTZMEISTER BSA 1005 iONTRON uses a 360-V drive system from E-DEUTZ instead of the usual 2.2 l DEUTZ diesel engine. The electric drive system has a continuous power output of 40 kW and peak power of 80 kW, generated by 2 lithium-ion batteries. This allows the pump to work for up to 8 hours. The iONTRON concrete pump can also be powered via a charging cable and thus operated for longer. PUTZMEISTER plans to start full production in 2023.

Visitors to Bauma also had the opportunity to see other applications from the extensive portfolio of construction equipment powered by DEUTZ e-drives.

The all-electric CC 1485 crawler crane from Maeda and the Marooka MST-700VDRe track dumper, for example, are powered by a 360-V drive system from DEUTZ. Special machinery manufacturer KTEG relies on electrification too... Its KTEG ZE20 mini excavator is powered by a 48-V drive system from E-DEUTZ with a continuous output of 10 kW.

Using construction equipment powered by alternative drives has another major advantage: Since the launch of the C40 initiative for climate action, construction projects have had to comply even more closely with the planning requirements set by local government. For example, Oslo in Norway, aims to reduce carbon emissions by 95% compared to 2009 levels by 2030. To reach this climate target, only zero-emission construction equipment will be permitted in the city from 2025 onwards.

Source: DEUTZ AG

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