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Lynch demonstrate new and innovative Electric Plant For Jackson Civil Engineering

By Lynch

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In the interest of sustainability, L Lynch Plant Hire & Haulage are proud to be able to work with our customers and showcase the very latest plant technology.

Steve Sutch - Director, and Keval Dattani - Head of Business Development, were invited by Jackson Civil Engineering to demonstrate innovative electric machinery on site in Chigwell, Essex.

At the same time as delivering a Safety demonstration, Lynch were also able to showcase the latest plant technology. Working in collaboration with TJC Plant, we were able to show off Wacker Neuson’s Fully Electric EZ17e Mini Excavator and DW15e Dumper.

These machines offer a more environmentally friendly solution, with ZERO emissions, low noise and vibration levels thanks to their fully electric design. On site, they were found to be equally productive as their diesel counterparts.

In addition to low emissions, low vibration and low noise pollution, these machines are also very easy to manoeuvre around site, making them the ideal option for jobs in tight areas. The transportation of these machines is also made easier thanks to their ergonomic design and small size. With various charging options, these machines also make a versatile tool for larger scale jobs.

Zero Emissions machinery means that companies are able to reduce their carbon footprint. Low noise pollution means that these machines are ideal for use in built up areas. Their small size means that they can be easily transported to be charged at the end of the day.

Ryan Smith - Framework Manager, Jacksons Civils

Lynch Plant Hire & Haulage are proud to be running one of the largest hybrid and electric fleets in the UK.

We understand the importance of ensuring that the construction industry becomes greener. Working with our customers and suppliers allows us to play our part in this, and investing in new, clean plant technology is just one of the ways that we contribute to a more sustainable future.

Lynch appreciate the support from TJC Plant in running this demonstration.


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