Dieci goes all electric with Intermat launch

Dieci will be showing its first all-electric telehandler at Intermat, alongside the updated Pegasus range with three distinct lines.

Dieci Pegasus Elite 60.35 Dieci Pegasus Elite 60.35

The new rotating Pegasus Essential, Classic and Elite lines cover requirements across the industry, with the Essential 40.18, offering a 400° non-continuous rotation, designed for the rental market; and the high-performance Classic 75.25 with Dual Energy  - a removable kit enabling the vehicle to be used without starting the internal combustion engine.

The top of the range Elite 60.35 combines Classic features with the Easy Tech System, designed to increase ease of use, efficiency, comfort, and safety.

Dieci Dual Energy Dieci Dual Energy

Among the innovations of the Elite model is greater precision and control of movements through setting maximum threshold parameters; automatic arm movement, with six selectable working modes; and the company’s new Anti Tilt System-Pro that blocks aggravating movements, based on dynamic calculation of workloads and equipment.

Lastly, the load sensing pump with electronic control, sets automatically according to conditions and use. It all amounts to a high capcacity of 6000kg and a lifting height of 35m.

In line with one of the main themes of Intermat, Connected and Low-Carbon Construction Sites, says the manufacturer, the Dieci-e will make its debut at the show.

Dieci Apollo-e Dieci’s fisrt full electric telehandler, the Apollo-e.

Dieci’s first all-electric model is based on the chassis of its existing Apollo 26.6 model, with a load capacity of 2600kg, lifting height of 6m, and powered by a 19 kW traction motor and 22 kW hydraulic system motor. The combination means the unit offers the same performance as a diesel machine.

The Dieci-e is available with one or two lithium batteries, providing a maximum power output of up to 44 kWh and up to a full working day on a single charge.

Dieci Apollo-e Dieci Apollo-e’s control system.

Modularity is one of this vehicle’s greatest strengths, with the ability to change the number of on-board batteries, meaning the performance and purchase cost can be adapted. There is also the ability to add new functions and plug-ins that are still being developed by the company and update the machine as innovations in the sector develop.

Dieci said, “Rental companies will be able to expand their fleet by investing in a 100% green vehicle that can be adapted to meet their customers’ needs, with the possibility of easily intervening on the battery pack and offering a single or double battery kit according to requests.”

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