New Sany products introduced at bauma 2022

Published 3/1 at 14:01

Sany unveiled its newly designed trade fair stand at bauma 2022, with its presence at the show focused around the motto: ‘Keep on growing with a strong partner’.

The construction and port machinery manufacturer showcased a range of new products at Munich show in front of a backdrop that aimed to create a real construction site feeling. In addition to the traditional excavator portfolio, wheel loaders, telescopic handlers, road construction machinery and cranes were all displayed on the spacious area.


Electrically driven SY19E mini excavator

Designed to incorporate zero emissions and significantly lower noise levels, the SY19E mini excavator in the 1.8t class has been introduced with a focus on sustainability. Equipped with an electric motor that delivers a peak output of 15kW, along with a load sensing hydraulic system, it has been designed to ensure a fast workflow and high flexibility output. The new mini excavator is equipped with an innovative accumulator pack that lasts for an entire working day on one battery charge. The ‘LFP’ battery pack with 22 kWh is designed without cobalt, making it particularly environmentally friendly and safe to operate. It is said by the company to impress with its high power density and long service life, plus permanent charging to 100% that does not affect its longevity. Other highlights are the short charging times and flexibility, with charging being possible at either a fast charging station via DC in 1.5h, at a public AC charging station in 2.5h, or overnight using a 220v socket.

The saving potential of the electric excavator is said to be very high. Sany states that compared to machines with combustion engines, electric operation reduces power costs by around 30%. The savings are said to be even more significant in terms of maintenance costs, which are around 80% lower. The mini excavator has also been designed to be user friendly thanks to major reduction in noise, which is just 66 dB(A), and the newly developed clear touchscreen monitor which is easy and safe to operate. Last but not least, the standard proportional auxiliary control circuit offers more functional possibilities in various applications.


SW305 heavy duty wheel loader

The SW305 has been developed to take productivity to a new level, with optimal conditions created by the particularly robust heavy duty frame design and the driveline with its leading brand name components. These include the Deutz six cylinder common rail diesel engine with EU emission class V, the automatic ‘Ergo Power’ power shift transmission, and heavy duty axles with what the company says is a selectable 100% limited slip differential, both made by ZF. The new machine has been designed for reliability and durability in combination with a high degree of maintenance reduction.

In terms of safety and operating comfort, the cab aims to set new standards. It is mounted on silent blocks which significantly reduce vibrations in the interior. Four cameras provide a 360° panoramic image directly onto the monitor for unobstructed all round visibility. The hydraulically driven fan blade, which is electronically controlled according to temperature, not only reduces noise emissions but also aims to reduce cost thanks to lower fuel consumption. It is also automatically reversible for self-cleaning. As usual with Sany machines, the  heavy duty wheel loader is comprehensively equipped as standard, being equipped with a third hydraulic control circuit, vibration damping, automatic bucket recirculation, adjustable lifting and dumping speed, as well as selectable floating position.


STH1440 and STH1840 telescopic handlers

The new telehandlers have been designed to provide robustness and flexibility, with one major operator focused highlight being the German developed cab. This has been designed to provide a comfortable seat, a touchscreen display with encoder control for on screen navigation, Bluetooth connection, a tiltable and telescopic steering column and much more. A high level of safety is said to be provided by a rear view camera and sensors for visual and audible warnings. To prevent overloading and instability, the weight system and the load management system work together optimally. A safety switch that prevents vehicle movement when the operator is not seated, as well as lifting cylinders with hose rupture check valves, is also included in the package. The machine’s design also provides the operator excellent all around visibility.

Power is provided by the high torque engine which does not require expensive AdBlue additives. The Dana transmission and axles are matched to ensure maximum power and efficiency. The options available are extensive depending on the situation, with the operator being able to select two wheel, four wheel, or crab steering. The load sensing hydraulic system also regulates the hydraulic pressure proportionally to the required outputs so that he boom can be raised and extended at the same time.

Sany states that flexibility is inbuilt enabling the servicing of heavy duty trucks, lifting platforms and load hooks etc. , with numerous attachments being available to make the machines productive specialists. Changing attachments is convenient thanks to the hydraulic auxiliary air valve via the keypad in the cab. Durability is also ensured by what the company says are high quality components, robust designs, and innovative processes. For example, the booms are welded from two ‘C shaped’ high strength pressed steel parts. As a result, the heavily stressed parts are extremely stable and durable. This says Sany has been verified in tests with more than 80,000 damage free cycles.


New and adapted for Europe

Sany already successfully supplies its range of road construction machines in many areas of the world. Now, they are also coming to Europe. Adapted to European standards and requirements, the first step is to offer a choice of two single drum compactors and three tandem rollers. These cover the weight ranges of 2t, 3t, 4t, 8t and 12t.


New and versatile Sany cranes

Another highlight from the manufacturer is the SCE 800TB-EV crawler crane with an all-electric drive. Also new to the European market is the Sany truck mounted crane SAC600E, with which the company aims to conquer the European market with its all-terrain chassis.

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