The latest track maintenance machines use both the electrical energy from the contact wire and batteries to power the working drive. Our new E³ drive technologies reduce local emissions - of both pollutants and noise – to a minimum on the work site. Introduced in 2015, Plasser & Theurer’s E³ machines stand for: Economic – Ecologic – Ergonomic. At the iaf International Exhibition for Track Technology held in Münster (Germany) in May 2017, visitors were impressed by the unprecedented E³ technology. Two innovative machines were put on show.
The E³ series enables our partners to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, including
- environmental protection
- staff protection and operating comfort
- stricter emission limits
- lower budgets for operations and operating resources
- works in tunnels
- inner-city working operation