Energy technology, electric vehicles

What we put in comes out again

Only with the best winding technology is it possible to "pack" the copper close enough in order to be able to achieve top performance in the smallest possible space. This is just as important for the efficiency of our vehicle drives as it is for our brushless drives when they are used as generators. Here is a small selection of our applications:

Mini power station generator - when every Watt counts

Mini power station generator - when every Watt counts

Our brushless drive can just as well be used as a generator. In the case of small wind power stations it is possible to fit the wind turbine axle directly to the generator hub. The floating suspension ensures that the installation can withstand high loads at minimal risk of failure. As there is no gear system, the generator starts its contribution even at very slow wind speeds because even revolutions at a speed of 300 rpm are sufficient for current to flow. This means more energy is produced.

The ideal drive for this duty is our:

Vehicle drive - movement is exciting

Vehicle drive - movement is exciting

With a top speed of 110 km/h and a reach of 100 km, the 3-wheeler Tilter is an ingenious solution for urban traffic in large cities such as Paris or London. Its two rear wheels are driven by two 7.5 kW strong brushless wheel hub drives. That is a type of mobility that is fun and exciting.

We are happy to build the following drives for such e-vehicles:

Omnidirectional vehicles - tight corners are no problem

Omnidirectional vehicles - tight corners are no problem

How often have you got stuck at tight bends and corners with your pallet lift truck? How often have you had to turn the pallet the other way so that it would fit? This is exactly where our drives come in, in combination with patented castor technology. In this way we achieve an omnidirectional chassis. These drive units can be used as the chassis for numerous different types of vehicles. They have been used for electric wheelchairs, as well as for logistics vehicles.

The power comes from the following drive: