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  Waste Recycling feature story
(80+ tonne machine). The extensive use of standard components from the Fuchs range of diesel engine models, ensures that spare parts are widely available for all the electric models. The electric cable lengths and cable reel designs on these machines are adapted to each customer’s specific needs. The machines can be equipped with an internal or external powerpack, to move the machine around the yard for simple plug and play in several locations.
  State-of-the-art engine technology paired with intelligent hydraulics make the MHL 850 one of the fastest and most sensitive loading machines in waste and scrap handling. With an operating weight of up to 35.5 tons, 16-meter reach and a 3-meter undercarriage width, this data impressively demonstrates just what the MHL 850 can do. The powerful 132 kW electric motor and the high-performance hydraulics in the efficient two-circuit system make it possible for loads weighing several tons to be moved effortlessly, quickly, and precisely. In addition to its legendary robustness, it’s modern technology and maximum reliability are among the strengths of the machine.
The MHL 850 is as quiet as a fox! Thanks to future-oriented drives with minimal heat and noise generation, Fuchs’ electric machines are particularly suitable for use in halls or in the vicinity of inhabited areas. Fuchs offers one of the most extensive portfolios of electrically operated material handling machines. Thanks to decades of experience and strength in innovation, the Series F machines are among the safest and most reliable products in the industry.
Advantages of the MHL 850 include:
• NoCO2emissions
• InternalStageVDeutzpowerpackfrom transport
• Low-noiseandhigh-torqueelectricmotors
• Lowheatdevelopment
• Future-proofdrivetechnology
• Lowmaintenanceandoperatingcosts
• Comprehensivemonitoringofnetwork quality and machine grounding
• Generousworkingradiusthankstooptional cable drums or power packs
• SpaciousFuchscomfortcab
Fuchs offer an electric version of their entire material handler range, starting at the 810 (baby of the fleet) all the way up to the 890
The UK government have confirmed that they are removing the tax relief on ‘Red Diesel’ from April 2022. These measures have come about to encourage the transition towards the use of more efficient vehicles and machinery. This means that we’re going to face a significant rise in fuel purchasing costs and operating costs. Now is a great time to change out your traditional diesel-powered material handler, for a more cost effective, electric powered Terex Fuchs material handler!
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