09-4X E³ Dynamic Tamping Express

The next step - the hybrid machine

Environmental protection & sustainability

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Infrastructure
Conventional lines
Heavy haul
High speed
Field of application
Track
Working mode
Continuous action

09-4X E³ Dynamic Tamping Express

  • New machine design with separate hybrid power wagon
  • Powered by a diesel engine or high-performance electric motor: Use of the electrical energy from the contact wire
  • Switch between drive systems without interruption Fully automatic control ensures safe changeover
  • Electric drive for travelling AND working
  • Lower energy and logistics costs: Refuel less often, feed energy back into the grid
  • Benefits for the procurement of awards thanks to ecobonus: Extended range of applications in urban areas and tunnels
  • Uniform and safe lifting: Lifting and lining unit with four roller lifting clamps
  • Maximum maintenance sustainability: More stable track position due to simultaneous tamping of four sleepers
  • Integrated dynamic track stabilization: Control initial settlement of the track bed after tamping
  • New design in all cabs: Improved ergonomic design developed together with the operators
  • Simple and clearly laid-out operating concept: Plasser IntelligentControl
  • Complete control of the measuring systems: Front cab with WIN-ALC automatic guiding computer
  • Measure, document, and analyse the track geometry while working: DRP Data Recording Processor
  • Reduced noise emission thanks to extensive noise protection measures (Sound-insulated work units, improved sound insulation of the engine compartment)
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Quality cuts costs: our machines turn a tidy profit

To date, Plasser & Theurer has supplied 17,700 machines. Most of them are still in operation. This attests to the quality of the machines and the value of our Customer Services’ life-long machine and fleet support. Plus, it proves that high quality ensures high cost-efficiency: machines that have been in operation for 20 or 30 years paid off years ago.

Economic – Ecologic – Ergonomic

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 machines stand for: Economic – Ecologic – Ergonomic.

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