GRE T120 electric tandem roller
Our GRE T120 is a 9 ton tandem vibratory road roller with an electric engine. Our GRE T120 is in the development stage. The GRE T120 will have a changeable batterypack which will enhance its operation hours. The projected realization date is mid 2023. It is build according to the “cradle to cradle principle”.
GRE T120 9 ton tandem vibratory roller
The GRE T120 is a 9 ton tandem vibratory roller (BOMAG BW174AP). The GRE T120 is used in large projects such as the construction of highways, large parking or industrial areas. The production of our GRE T120 is in progress. The projected realization date is mid 2023.
Cradle to cradle principle
GRE collects the tandem roller from the client and disassembles the machine. We sandblast, coat and paint the roller. We reassemble the machine with reusable components, E-kit and battery pack. Finally, we paint the roller in the client’s brand colours. The original diesel powered engine is replaced by an electric engine. A fully charged battery can be used at least ten operating hours. This zero-emission machine is build according to the cradle to cradle principle. Using one of our GRE machines is a step towards a circular economy!
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Why zero-emission road equipment?
Large battery capacity
Up to 10 operating hours
Cradle to cradle
Reduced noise and vibration
Healthier work environment
Sustainable way of working
100% electric powered engine
Contributing to a circular economy
At our innovative workplace in Mook we provide technical maintenance en service on all our GRE machines. Our mechanics are qualified professionals and have successfully completed a high-voltage safety training (NEN – 9140: 2019). We are able to offer 24/7 support and technical assistance to our clients.
“The nitrogen and carbon dioxide emissions in (road) construction and our environment requires innovative solutions. We need zero emission road equipment to avert more delays and cancellation of road construction projects. Road maintenance in cities and vulnerable environments require the use of zero-emission road equipment.”