Concept Products References
E-PTO Large 70060H
This system mounts in between the chassis-cab and the refuse body. It is designed as a full "Plug-in" that has the capacity to complete a day of work. It is based on 700 Volt which is more efficient compared to systems working on a "lower voltage". Most of the Banke systems which are currently in operation are of this type.
E-PTO type TM36
Like the E-PTO large this system also mounts in between the chassis- cab and the refuse body. It is designed as a full "plug-in" but is also prepared to recharge with the help of an additional inverter or generator. This makes the system more flexible. Due to a little lower capacity and operating on a lower voltage level, the system is 200 kg lower in weight and provides a friendlier costing basis. With 1,6 meters width, the E-PTO can be mounted next to a vertical exhaust system to maximize body volume. The charging plug is standard on the left hand (driver) side.
E-PTO CM22 120180U
This system mounts at the chassis frame and enables a longer refuse body. The system is split into two boxes, the battery box and the power box, which can be separately mounted left/right on the chassis frame.
E-PTO type TM18 and TM54
Compare to the TM 36 system but provide much less or much more energy storage capacity. The TM18 can be chosen as an alternative for 2-axle trucks with smaller bodies or with application that are less energy intensive. The TM54 offers the solution for those applications which are really energy intensive. On request, a TM72 is available.
E-PTO CM29 and CM36 120240U
Compares to CM22 but with higher capacity. The power box has the same dimension but the battery box is longer and in case of the CM36 also deeper. These systems were originally designed for mobile crane applications but are also available for refuse applications.
E-PTO TCM54
The TCM 54 combines a TM54 with an additional powerpack of the CM series. The two electromotors can drive separate pumps without power limitations. This system will be used in two applications. The first is a side loader where the binlift-arm and the compaction both need to keep speed during collection, also when system pressures go up. The second is a crane vehicle where the lifting speed of underground containers may not be hindered by the compaction mechanism of the refuse truck.