All Electric


Benefits of Electric Solutions

  • Energy Efficiency

    Electric motors are known for their higher energy efficiency compared to combustion engines, resulting in reduced energy consumption and lower operating costs over time. For instance, grinding mixed wood and green waste costs around $0.15 per cubic yard with electric power, compared to $0.41 per cubic yard with diesel.

  • Maintenance Savings

    Electric motors require minimal maintenance compared to the high costs of maintaining and rebuilding diesel engines, which can range from $50,000 to $100,000.

  • Quiet Operation

    Electric motors operate more quietly than combustion engines, reducing noise pollution in the workplace and improving the overall working environment for operators and nearby residents.

  • Greater Control and Precision

     Electric motors offer precise control over speed, torque, and other operating parameters, allowing for more accurate and efficient processing of materials. 

Flexible and Compliant

  • Flexibility and Adaptability

    All-electric equipment can often be integrated more easily into existing infrastructure and operations, offering greater flexibility in deployment and usage across various applications and industries. 

  • Enhanced Reliability

    Electric systems are simpler and more reliable, leading to fewer breakdowns and less downtime. They also eliminate issues related to fuel supply and engine maintenance. Also, stationary electric grinders are designed without the weight constraints of portable diesel grinders, resulting in sturdier and more durable machines. This translates to longer machine life and reduced maintenance problems.

  • Regulatory Compliance

    With increasing regulations on emissions and environmental impact, using all-electric equipment can help companies meet regulatory requirements and avoid potential fines or penalties associated with non-compliance. All-electric equipment produces zero emissions during operation, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable environment compared to traditional combustion-powered machinery. 



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