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SANY’s SY19E

The SY19E is SANY’s new and advanced electric powered machine being introduced to Australia for all demands and construction requirements, making it the latest addition to the environmentally sustainable series.

With the rise of eco-friendly machinery across the construction precinct, construction machinery manufacturers including SANY, have established solutions to adopt and further support a greener future. SANY’s new and advanced eco-friendly SY19E excavator is a part of the step towards sustainability and its coming to Australia.

Sustainable construction 

With the rise of eco-friendly machinery across the construction precinct, construction machinery manufacturers including SANY, have established solutions to adopt and further benefit
a greener future.

In recent years, the move for a sustainable future has scaled to new heights, with the desire to help the environment continuously grow each day. For that reason, SANY has been standing by its commitment to improve the environment.

The new SANY mini excavator impresses with advanced technology.
The new SANY mini excavator impresses with advanced technology.

This determination to provide an environmentally friendly and sustainable product helped to drive both the design and production of the SANY SY19E, which will officially be the newest edition of SANY electric powered mini excavators. The combination of electric energy and the mini compact size will make this excavator a new construction partner on all projects. 

General Manager of SANY Australia, Nitin Khanna says the new machine represents the future of sustainable construction equipment. 

“It’s efficient engine and compact design make it a suitable option for construction projects of all shapes
and sizes,” Khanna says. 

“This new excavator delivers the next level of performance, and we are counting down the days until we can get shipments to our valuable customers in Australia.”


 

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Innovative power

The electric powered SY19E is designed with an innovated battery pack that can be easily charged for usage. The single battery charge is enough to last throughout the day with more than six hours of continuous usage available, with additional options for rapid recharge if required. 

The battery pack is charged using a standard 220-volt household socket, a 380-volt three-phase current or a rapid charging station for passenger vehicles. With new and advanced technology, this excavator has also been fitted with a high-resolution seven-inch touchscreen display. 

Compared with previous SANY mini excavators, the SY19E highly effective battery consumes around 30 per cent less energy than the SY16C and reduces maintenance costs by over 80 per cent. 

SANY’s SY19E offers enhanced performance and high power with zero-emissions.
SANY’s SY19E offers enhanced performance and high power with zero-emissions.

General Manager of YELLO Equipment Andy Hopcroft was first to confirm the new edition to the YELLO Equipment range.

“YELLO Equipment eagerly welcome this addition to the fleet and look forward to the successes that lie ahead with this piece of machinery. The enhanced capabilities that this machine will bring to the fleet is phenomenal, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it,” he says. 

The excavator can be used for an array of construction applications, significantly night-time construction, thanks to zero noise pollution and exhaust fumes.

The operator can have peace of mind knowing the machine can work effortlessly through the day and night for all requirements. 

The no-fuel system means SANY’s SY19E can be used in sensitive environments and can ensure no leaks. The compatibility of this machine has been designed to enable the usage of indoor and outdoor construction, with a transport of 3624 millimetres in length and 1350 millimetres in width.

All new SANY SY19E excavators are expected to enter Australia in the near future. 

This article was originally published in the April edition of our magazine. To read the magazine, click here.

 

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