Stores energy in ruggedised lithium ion batteries. Long duration energy storage makes it suitable for machines with less predictable operating cycles. 48-volt electrics provide wider integration opportunities and fuel saving.
Optimised for machines with short and repeated operating cycles such as loading. Rapid release of stored energy. This solution offers an attractive path to engine downsizing as it takes less space than other solutions.
Stores excess energy from the engine, and recovered energy from machine systems, in a hydraulic accumulator. Offers rapid release of stored energy and leverages existing machine hydraulics. Service network friendly.
James Reed, business development engineer Perkins Engines explains Perkins hybrid technologies which are on show for the first time at bauma Munich 2019.
Perkins global marketing director David Nicoll encourages machine manufacturers to talk to Perkins about the benefits of its new hybrid technologies.
Paul Dixon, New product introduction manager, explains the Perkins hybrid-hydraulic engine technology on show at bauma Munich 2019 and how this can benefit machine manufacturers.
Paul Dixon, New product introduction manager, explains the Perkins hybrid-mechanical engine technology on show at bauma Munich 2019 and how this can benefit machine manufacturers
Andy Cawdery, Power systems technology integrator, explains the Perkins hybrid-electric engine technology on show at bauma Munich 2019 and how this can benefit machine manufacturers.