Une année Bauma palpitante touche à sa fin pour Wacker Neuson. Outre le plus grand salon international pour engins de chantier, l’année était placée sous le signe des innovations dans le zéro émission, des produits phare novateurs ainsi que des solutions numériques.
Bauma visitors went high at the Wacker Neuson and Kramer stand: A Ferris wheel brought all the adventure-lovers to 35 meters height and this was a real crowd magnet. However, new products from the zero emission series, which were the focus of the trade fair presentation under the motto #electrifiedbauma, provided an electrifying experience.
Already a full-liner when it comes to concrete consolidation equipment, Wacker Neuson is now adding two new models to its product range: The FUH35 and FUH70 portable frequency converters. In addition to internal vibrators in various performance classes, external vibrators for all formwork types, vibratory tables and stationary converters, Wacker Neuson now also offers an extended product range of portable high-frequency converters in three performance classes.
New standards in terms of operator and construction site safety, flexibility and cost effectiveness are set by the Dual View wheel dumpers from Wacker Neuson with payloads of six to ten tons. Dual View allows the operator to conveniently and quickly change the seat position through a 180-degree rotation of the entire operator control panel and the seat console. This always gives the operator a perfect view in the direction of travel – during transport, loading and dumping.
At Bauma, Wacker Neuson has extended the options for emission-free compaction: The battery-powered rammer AS60e and the battery-powered plate AP2560e are new in the product range. The prototype of a portable high frequency internal vibrator system celebrates an absolute world premiere, where the battery has been integrated into a backpack. Thus, three vibratory rammers, three vibratory plates and the internal vibrators are now operated with one lithium ion rechargeable battery, which can be used modularly in all devices.
Developed by Wacker Neuson, the EquipCare solution ensures transparency in fleet management, since machines outfitted with EquipCare send reports to the customer's terminal device in real time in the event of maintenance requirements, malfunctions, or unexpected relocations.
In the design and development of their zero emission products, Wacker Neuson and Kramer make no compromises regarding performance or available running time. To provide end users with simple and comfortable handling, diverse application areas and a high cost efficiency, the development engineers exploited the potential of new technologies to the maximum.
WACKER NEUSON s’est vu décerner le Grand Prix du Jury 2019, lors de la dernière cérémonie des Grands Prix Matériel organisée conjointement par le DLR et la revue CHANTIERS DE FRANCE, ce vendredi 22 mars, à l’occasion du Congrès annuel DLR de Nancy.