Yanmar CE’s electrifying lineup hits Intermat

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Spring heralds a time of new beginnings and transformation – a theme vividly captured by Yanmar CE’s lineup at Intermat 2024.

Paris’ Parc des Expositions de Villepinte will be the setting for Yanmar CE to unveil its most ambitious and cutting-edge range of compact machinery in decades. From all-electric loaders, excavator and tracked carriers, to the low-emission and just-released SV86-7 and SV100-7 midi excavators – discover the next frontier of construction technology at Yanmar’s booth at Intermat

Leading the charge

Booth number EXT6C 098 is where it’s all happening. Demonstrating the company’s commitment to a carbon neutral future, this year’s Intermat will make the perfect backdrop for Yanmar CE’s big reveal of its all-electric trio: the SV17e, V8e and C08e. Powered by all-electric drive and featuring an open-centre hydraulic system with load-sensing hydraulic pump, the SV17e mini excavator has been designed with operator experience in-mind. Delivering 23.5 kWh gross electric power (19 kWh usable), the 48V air-cooled model

provides impressive digging, lifting and carrying capability. And as its emissions are effectively nil, it easily meets all the world’s most demanding emission restrictions.

Meanwhile, the 4.5 tonne V8e electric wheel loader features an 800-litre loading bucket and smooth hydrostatic drive and high-lifting capabilities, making it ideal for heavy lifting in all-terrain applications – including tight job sites. It features powerful 11kW charging in standard configuration, and 22kW in optional fast charging.

Completing the electric trio is Yanmar’s 555kg C08e electric carrier, which combines compact dimensions with an 11.5 kWh battery and a capacity of 24V. Compact, capable, and clean, it’s ready to navigate the narrowest of paths with ease and agility; offering the power and manoeuvrability to excel in tight spaces.

Clever loaders and small footprint midis

With electric the theme running through the company’s presence at the show, the V7 and V7-HW are based on a new platform that can support both diesel and electric power trains. Launched in diesel configuration, they fill a gap at the smaller end of the company’s compact wheel loader range. Some half tonne lighter than the next largest machines in the Yanmar range, the V7 weighs 4,250kg and has a standard bucket capacity of 0.7m3, while the V7 H-W (Heavy Weight) – thanks to an additional 200kg of ballast integrated into the machine – weighs 4,450kg, with a bucket capacity of 0.8m3.

Also making their debut at a major show, Yanmar CE will unveil its next-generation midi-excavators – the SV86-7 and SV100-7. Its latest midi excavators set new standards of compactness and efficiency in the 8-10 tonne segment, as well as increased performance and operator-centric design. Despite being in the 9-tonne class SV86-7 and 10-tonne SV100-7 maintain a compact footprint associated with smaller machines. They feature a tight front swing radius and minimal rear turning radiuses. Coupled with minimal rear overhang, these machines are the tools to have if you find yourself in a tight spot.

It’s all about Y.O.U.

Operators are always at the heart of everything Yanmar CE does. And so, Intermat presents a not-to-be-missed opportunity to engage in the long-anticipated ‘90s Skills Challenge’, where visitors have the opportunity to pit their abilities using a mini excavator to complete a dexterity challenge against the clock. (And against other participants.) The challenge is part of Yanmar’s You Club – a community for operators to connect, experience Yanmar content and interact with the brand. The company will be signing up new You Operator Club members at the show, and all are welcome.

Electric machines: now a reality

As the product launches at Intermat clearly show, Yanmar CE is adopting more sustainable practices – and helping its customers and users of its products to do the same. The company, part of the Yanmar Group, is creating a sustainable future and, along with its

fellow Group companies is committed to the environmental emission reduction targets of the Yanmar Green Challenge to help achieve this aim. The Challenge commits Yanmar CE to be free from greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Amid the historic backdrop of Paris, Yanmar CE is set to dazzle with innovations that are shaping the future of utilities, construction and infrastructure. Get a closer look at the new electrifying line up and step into the future of the construction industry on stand EXT6C 098.

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