Ausa looks to the future with electric machines

The D101AEA electric dumper from Ausa The D101AEA electric dumper from Ausa

Spain-based OEM Ausa is focusing its attention on smaller units as it aims to expand its electric offering in the coming years.

Speaking to IRN at Intermat in Paris, the company said it could have have new electric machines on show at Bauma 2025.

Albert Vicens, marketing manager, said the company is of the belief that electric equipment is key in enabling its customers in Europe to achieve environmental goals.

Vicens said the company is keeping an eye on regions where regulations mean low-emission machines are a requirement for projects, such as its native Madrid and Barcelona.

Although no new machines were shown at the show, three electric units were displayed on its stand, including the D101AEA electric dumper that it launched in November last year.

The electric dumper has a 1,000kg payload and features a hi-tip skip, which is capable of lifting and tipping at a height of up to 1.6m.

The dumper, which measures 108cm wide, has a battery pack with a maximum power of 17.3kW and a torque of 130 Nm, allowing it to tackle any terrain and match the performance of a diesel dumper and it has been designed with a working range of at least one intense shift.

The lithium-ion batteries have a capacity of 9.3kWh and can be charged from 20% to 80% in two hours by plugging it directly into a 230V mains socket, or in one hour with an external fast charger.

Meanwhile, the company teased a new product launch for later this year, but wouldn’t provide further details.

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