The topics that will be discussed in this session include:
• What is an E-PTO, what is an eC-PTO, and what is the difference?
• Component architecture
• Sizing options
• Safety issues
• Perspectives and future development of E-PTOs and eC-PTOs
The session will be interactive with all attendees welcome to ask questions and participate in the discussion.
Over 500 Banke electric power take-offs (E-PTOs) are in daily operation in 11 countries throughout Europe, using electric power instead of diesel to power the hydraulics of the working equipment of heavy vehicles such as refuse vehicles and mobile cranes.
In addition to E-PTOs with their own battery-electric power source, Banke also offers a range of electric chassis power take-offs (eC-PTOs) which take power from the battery systems of full-electric heavy vehicles being introduced by truck manufacturers such as Mercedes, Scania, and DAF and use this to power the hydraulics of the working equipment.
Place: Mellemvej, 20, Nordborg, 6430, DK.