Wacker Neuson set to debut new innovations at Bauma 2022


The first-battery powered reversible vibratory plate to reflect company focus on electric machines and digital solutions

Wacker Neuson will debut its new innovations at the Bauma trade fair in Munich in October, including the first battery-powered reversible vibratory plate with direct drive and its new EW100 wheeled excavator.

According to the company, the APU3050e vibratory plate expands the potential range of applications in this segment and is characterised by its good maneuverability, while it has “the lowest overall design height of all reversible vibratory plates on the market,” making it ideally suited for use in narrow trenches.

In September 2020, Wacker Neuson introduced two new tracked mini excavators while, in February 2021, Bobcat introduced a new product range for light compaction duties.

The direction of travel is controlled by the tried-and-tested hydraulic adjustment system, the same as in the conventional models. It has a working width of 50cm and a centrifugal force of 30kN.

Wacker Neuson says that its new EW100 wheeled excavator, meanwhile, focuses on Construction Site 4.0 including “intelligent attachment management with tool recognition and a sophisticated human-machine interface.”

The company adds, “For Wacker Neuson, the focus is always on customer benefit, as is the case here with the further development and optimisation of our EW100 excavator. Thanks to its powerful traction hydraulics and high basic working capacity, the EW100 can also be used to complete tasks that would otherwise require the use of a 14-tonne excavator.”

In August 2021, Wacker Neuson introduced a range of vibratory compactor plates with three electric models.



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