Dynapac to Launch Electric Line

Dec. 6, 2022

Dynapac is preparing to start full production of electric rollers and other compact equipment by the end of 2022.

The company says it has already delivered the world’s first serial-produced electric rollers in select European markets, along with several models of compact equipment such as rammers and plates.

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Dynapac’s first foray into electric rollers dates to 2012 with a prototype machine. As the industry and climate needs for zero-emission projects are gaining momentum, it has now launched the Z.ERA program for emission-free equipment.

The introduction of the CC900 e and CC1000 e sets a clear course on Dynapac’s path to offering more sustainable rollers with all the power and performance of their diesel counterparts. Both rollers offer a battery capable of completing a full day of operation without recharging. The CC900 e and CC1000 e are designed to deliver the same static linear load, amplitude, gradeability, and travel speed as the diesel-powered models on which they are based.

“Specific to North American market, we are emphasizing on ease of charging the battery by offering multitude of charging solutions including 110 / 240V 1 phase charging solutions and also a fast charging solution similar to electric cars,” said Vijay Palanisamy, VP, product management and marketing. “With benefits including lower noise levels, no exhaust fumes, fewer daily maintenance points, and being easy to understand and operate, the Z.ERA range of rollers is an efficient choice for customers to achieve zero emissions [in] equipment operation.”

Source: Dynapac

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