Liebherr LH 26 M Industry E electric material handler with battery-operated Mobility Kit
The Liebherr LH 26 M Industry E material handler is perfect for recycling in addition to scrap handling.
Examples of its possible applications are the handling, unloading and sorting of waste paper, waste wood and waste materials. High machine availability is guaranteed with the innovative recycling package from Liebherr. The reversible fan increases the productive work time, while the radiator and protective grid can be blown by the reversal of the fan's direction of rotation. The separate position of the climate condenser maximises the air stream in the radiator and fan unit to guarantee a high level of reliability even in very dusty conditions.
The material handler combines tried-and-tested technology with a new electric drive concept: low maintenance, quiet and independent of legal emission standards. The core of the machine is the 90 kW electric motor. This allows powerful, dynamic work movements with low maintenance costs and low noise emissions at the same time. Moreover, the drive concept includes an additional electric motor for auxiliary consumers, guaranteeing purposeful power distribution and maximum energy efficiency. Sophisticated frequency converter technology allows the engine speed to be individually adjusted to the respective use of the machine. Besides the simple adjustment to all common power supply networks worldwide, the frequency converter is also characterised by a substantial reduction in operation costs. This is achieved by preventing switch-on current peaks with a gentle ramp-up when starting and the related conservation of the hydraulic drive components.
The material handler comes with a battery-operated Mobility Kit for temporary operation independent of the mains. It is easily accessible on the uppercarriage and supplies the machine with electrical energy when disconnected from the power supply. The Mobility Kit allows emission-free travel for up to 30 minutes independent of the mains. Instead of travel, the energy can also be used for short-term, reduced-speed work.