New Delhi JCB India, India’s leading manufacturer of moving and construction equipment, on Tuesday unveiled the first electric-filled excavator at JCB 19C-1E in Excon, Bengaluru. at the request of the Indians.JCB natural gas types, 4-ton telescopic hander with G125 NG, AJ48D specific boom lift, and two new smart infrastructure handles, 35Z HD and 37C HD are also introduced. The JCB 19C-1E is a zero-emitting machine and has four lithium-ion batteries that power the machine for a full day with a single charge. With a strong focus on security and manufacturing, JCB’s 2GO system securely separates all controls as a second security system.
“Innovation and sustainability have always been important in our operations, and we continue to introduce products that significantly reduce their impact on the environment. JCB 19C-1E India’s first complete power plant and is an integral part of JCB’s ‘Road to Zero’ program, a program we have been working on for the past few years, “said Deepak Shetty, CEO, and CEO of JCB India. India’s leading manufacturer of Earthmoving and Construction equipment, JCB India has launched the first Electric Excavator in the industry, JCB 19C-1E in Excon, Bengaluru. It also introduced the 22 Ton Hydraulic Excavator to the NXT Platform which is specially designed for Indian applications.
Sustainably an important factor at JCB, the company also introduced the first Natural Gas Generation, G125 NG – 125KVA Genset powered by Natural Gas. As well as Genset with excellent class quality, it is also designed to work in extremes. This Natural Gas Genset has a compact size and significantly reduces CO2 emissions. The carbon footprint is as small as 6 tons per year. In addition, JCB India is also launching its first Boom product with its diesel-powered Articulative Boom Lift, AJ48D. The machine is used to operate at high altitudes in a safe and productive manner. It has a working height of 16.7m and a maximum reach of 8.3m. It has industry-leading safety standards with features such as an anti-crush protection system, auxiliary handrail, and easy-to-use controls with a colorful LCD display.
Deepak Shetty added, “JCB machines have been supporting the construction of infrastructure in India for over forty years. These machines are used to build roads in cities and villages in India, Schools, Hospitals, and Airports among many other applications. Vision image of Atmanirbhar Bharat, our products Made in India are worldwide standard and are used in more than 110 countries. As operating costs become more critical than ever, our products are designed to use less fuel and have lower maintenance costs, thus improving profits for our customers. We also integrate digital technologies such as Telematics and Parts App into our products and services. In addition, our network of more than 60 vendors, 6,500+ retailer service engineers, and nearly 700 stores means that our customers are not far away from professional product support ”.