Even the armed forces are starting to use military electric vehicles for the logistics fleet which, in addition to the ecological factor, also will induce a decrease in expenditure. An Alkè vehicle already used by the armed forces in barracks is the ATX.
Even the armed forces are starting to use military electric vehicles for the logistics fleet which, in addition to the ecological factor, also will induce a decrease in expenditure, thanks to the substantial reduction of maintenance interventions
An Alkè vehicle already used by the armed forces in barracks is the ATX210E; an entirely electric vehicle. With its maximum speed of 44 Km/h, it guarantees exploitation of the maximum torque suitable for every work situation; the front Mac Pherson suspension and De-Dion rear axle with bridge, guarantee comfort, perfect road holding on all land types and an otherwise unthinkable load and towing capacity. The ATX210E military electric vehicles can transport a load of 505 kg on its bed with length measuring 1800 mm, maintaining the ability to tow a heavy cargo trailer up to 2000 Kg, thus demonstrating to be a strong and powerful vehicle. The particular technical features of these military electric vehicles for the armed forces are completed by a system that recovers energy from braking, which would otherwise be dissipated as heat. This energy is re-directed to the batteries, allowing a saving in handling that can reach 30%.
Regarding the army and the armed forces in general, the Alke’ ATX210E military electric vehicles can be used in the barracks of the various military corps. for the logistics and handling of vehicles, also making use of the cargo trailer equipped with repulsion brake (the inertia braking system). The flexibility of the ATX210E military vehicles could then be exploited to keep the open spaces of the barracks accessible in the event of snowfall, by mounting the front snow plough blade measuring 1500 mm, which can be moved to the right and left with the relevant hydraulic system. The electric salting truck, with a radius of action up to six metres and which can be installed in just a few minutes on the rear of the vehicle could also contribute to completing the safety of the above-mentioned spaces. But the versatility of the ATX210E certainly doesn’t stop here, considering that the accessories also include tipping beds, bin lift system for the collection of waste, tarpaulin and rigid covers. A characteristic not to underestimate is the fact of also being able to operate in closed environments such as warehouses and hangars.
For areas with risk of explosion, normally present in barracks and in the areas where the armed forces operate, Alkè makes ATX military electric vehicles available in the ATEX explosion-proof version. They have the same exterior aspect and design of the normal ATX vehicles, while modifications and interventions are made on the main electric plant, to the batteries and relative connectors and all parts that could generate high temperatures or sparks of a non-electrical nature.
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