Sany shows off carbon monitoring platform

By Andy Brown16 March 2023

Sany SW956E electric wheeled loader Sany’s SW956E electric wheeled loader on show at ConExpo 2023. (PHOTO: KHL)

At ConExpo Chinese OEM Sany has showed its ‘state-of-the-art’ carbon monitoring platform, which is developed in partnership with Rootcloud, a leading industrial IoT solution provider.

Sany says that this demonstrates the company’s climate commitment as it accelerates toward carbon peak and neutral targets.

The platform, which has been deployed for the company’s No.18 factory, enables Sany to quantify and manage its energy efficiency performance.

The OEM adds that its energy management system, powered by industrial internet and blockchain technology, will showcase the ability to accurately track its corporate carbon footprint of energy and resource consumption and optimize its ESG governance system.

At ConExpo Sany showed more than 30 machines, including electric models such as the SY19E electric mini excavator.

Equipped with a high-torque permanent magnet synchronous motor and its proprietary integrated electric drive system, its efficiency exceeds 95%, complemented by IP67 weatherproofing, insulation testing, voltage and current detection, and fault diagnosis features that ensure all-around protection.

The company’s SW956E electric loader was also on display. It is supercharged by a high-power permanent magnet synchronous motor capable of delivering an instantaneous torque of 2400Nm.

Its onboard intelligent system can automatically adjust power output based on load, speed, and other conditions, coupled with a 282kWh battery that can provide eight hours of usage after one hour of charging.

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