Bobcat Launches 2-Ton 19e Electric Excavator at Bauma
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Bobcat Launches 2-Ton 19e Electric Excavator at Bauma

In 2022, Doosan Bobcat's equipment line will be further enriched by the introduction of its third electric compact excavator, the 2-ton E19e.

The business originally demonstrated an electric mini excavator concept at Bauma in 2016, eventually introducing the 1-ton E10e for commercial sale three years later at Bauma 2019.

“We've been off and running on our electric vehicles journey since that time,” said Mike Vought, Doosan Bobcat EMEA vice president of product management. He was joined by Doosan Bobcat CEO Scott Park for the official unveiling of the E19e at Bauma 2022.

“With the introduction of the E19e, Bobcat has expanded its electric lineup of zero-emission and quiet machines that can match the excellent performance of our conventional models,” Park said.

The 2-ton model joins the E10e and the E32e, a 3.9-ton machine debuted earlier this year, in the company's roster of battery-powered excavators.

In addition to the excavators, Bobcat's electric portfolio includes the T7X, the world's first all-electric compact track loader, which was unveiled earlier this year.

Vought expects the new E19e compact excavators to begin shipping to European customers in January. More information about the E19e's North American debut and availability to consumers is expected in the near future.

A smaller physical footprint, a lower carbon footprint, and a quieter workplace are all goals of the E19e's design. The electric motor simultaneously produces full torque, independent of rpm, the company claims. This results in complete productivity, smooth hydraulic control, and on-demand multifunction performance without power loss.

Many people continue to wonder why Bobcat and others are continuing to expand their line of electric equipment despite the absence of emissions and constant power. According to what is happening in the market, Vought claimed that the solution should be simple.

“There's a green economy coming; there's more and more demand all the time for environmentally-friendly machines. And we started with the 1-ton, and we're going to continue to grow up through the portfolio. And this is another family member to support that,” he said.

“As a pioneer in the field of battery-powered equipment, Bobcat innovations have helped to drive an industrywide shift toward electric excavators and other construction equipment,” he said. “Our team is proud of its contributions in this segment to date, and we will continue to invest in research and development to further accelerate this important trend.”

The E19e has a bucket digging force of 2,331 pound-feet and a motor power of 13.6 horsepower, or 10 kilowatts. According to Bobcat, the electric compact excavator delivers its full torque at any rpm.

Electric motors result in lower maintenance and repair expenses since they have fewer parts than diesel engines. The batteries are internally protected from overcharging and don't need any routine maintenance.

Additionally, contractors can utilise the electric equipment to qualify for contracts where preference is given to those employing sustainable business methods, according to Bobcat, who also points out that recharging them results in significant cost savings over diesel.

The batteries may be recharged to 100% of their capacity in less than 2 hours when using an external supercharger.

The E19e delivers a four-hour run time on its lithium-ion battery pack, just like the E10e and the E32e. It takes eight hours to fully charge using a typical 120-volt outlet. The batteries may be fully recharged in less than 2 hours, according to Vought, when an external supercharger is used.

Each charge, according to Bobcat, may support regular daily work operations and the use of work modes for up to four hours of continuous operating time, a full day of operation under intermittent use, or a typical contractor workday, despite the fact that applications vary.

The E19e does not require idling like its diesel rivals do. Instead of simply idling and burning up fuel, the machine is turned off when an operator wants to leave the area to check on something. The remaining hours of a workday, which convert the 4-hour continuous run time to a full day, are made up of travel and idle time.

“This machine will have the same capability that its diesel counterpart, the E19 diesel version does,” Vought said. “It has more capability than the 1-ton, and it'll allow those customers who have environmentally sensitive applications, who have applications where noise is an issue to have another choice to complete your job.”

With zero emissions and greatly reduced noise and vibration, the E19e enables users to function inside facilities that forbid diesel exhaust.

The machine can carry out several jobs at once without experiencing a perceptible reduction in power, according to the manufacturer, who also praises its seamless hydraulic control. A canopy that complies with the requirements of ROPS, TOPS, and FOPS comes standard with the E19e.

In terms of maintenance, Bobcat offers what it refers to as "panoramic access" to service checkpoints via panels on the machine's side and back.

The E10e and the E19e, two of Bobcat's three electric compact excavators, are on display at BaumaBobcat.

Quick specs
Operating weight: 4,204 lbs.
Battery type: Lithium-ion
Motor power: 13.6 hp (10 kW)
Estimated continuous runtime: 4 hours
Charge time (120 volts): 8 hours
Bucket digging force: 2331 lb.-ft.

See also:
Doosan’s first smart excavator – DX225LC-7X
Electric, digital concepts from Bobcat

In 2022, Doosan Bobcat's equipment line will be further enriched by the introduction of its third electric compact excavator, the 2-ton E19e. The business originally demonstrated an electric mini excavator concept at Bauma in 2016, eventually introducing the 1-ton E10e for commercial sale three years later at Bauma 2019. “We've been off and running on our electric vehicles journey since that time,” said Mike Vought, Doosan Bobcat EMEA vice president of product management. He was joined by Doosan Bobcat CEO Scott Park for the official unveiling of the E19e at Bauma 2022. “With the introduction of the E19e, Bobcat has expanded its electric lineup of zero-emission and quiet machines that can match the excellent performance of our conventional models,” Park said. The 2-ton model joins the E10e and the E32e, a 3.9-ton machine debuted earlier this year, in the company's roster of battery-powered excavators. In addition to the excavators, Bobcat's electric portfolio includes the T7X, the world's first all-electric compact track loader, which was unveiled earlier this year. Vought expects the new E19e compact excavators to begin shipping to European customers in January. More information about the E19e's North American debut and availability to consumers is expected in the near future. A smaller physical footprint, a lower carbon footprint, and a quieter workplace are all goals of the E19e's design. The electric motor simultaneously produces full torque, independent of rpm, the company claims. This results in complete productivity, smooth hydraulic control, and on-demand multifunction performance without power loss. Many people continue to wonder why Bobcat and others are continuing to expand their line of electric equipment despite the absence of emissions and constant power. According to what is happening in the market, Vought claimed that the solution should be simple. “There's a green economy coming; there's more and more demand all the time for environmentally-friendly machines. And we started with the 1-ton, and we're going to continue to grow up through the portfolio. And this is another family member to support that,” he said. “As a pioneer in the field of battery-powered equipment, Bobcat innovations have helped to drive an industrywide shift toward electric excavators and other construction equipment,” he said. “Our team is proud of its contributions in this segment to date, and we will continue to invest in research and development to further accelerate this important trend.” The E19e has a bucket digging force of 2,331 pound-feet and a motor power of 13.6 horsepower, or 10 kilowatts. According to Bobcat, the electric compact excavator delivers its full torque at any rpm. Electric motors result in lower maintenance and repair expenses since they have fewer parts than diesel engines. The batteries are internally protected from overcharging and don't need any routine maintenance. Additionally, contractors can utilise the electric equipment to qualify for contracts where preference is given to those employing sustainable business methods, according to Bobcat, who also points out that recharging them results in significant cost savings over diesel. The batteries may be recharged to 100% of their capacity in less than 2 hours when using an external supercharger. The E19e delivers a four-hour run time on its lithium-ion battery pack, just like the E10e and the E32e. It takes eight hours to fully charge using a typical 120-volt outlet. The batteries may be fully recharged in less than 2 hours, according to Vought, when an external supercharger is used. Each charge, according to Bobcat, may support regular daily work operations and the use of work modes for up to four hours of continuous operating time, a full day of operation under intermittent use, or a typical contractor workday, despite the fact that applications vary. The E19e does not require idling like its diesel rivals do. Instead of simply idling and burning up fuel, the machine is turned off when an operator wants to leave the area to check on something. The remaining hours of a workday, which convert the 4-hour continuous run time to a full day, are made up of travel and idle time. “This machine will have the same capability that its diesel counterpart, the E19 diesel version does,” Vought said. “It has more capability than the 1-ton, and it'll allow those customers who have environmentally sensitive applications, who have applications where noise is an issue to have another choice to complete your job.” With zero emissions and greatly reduced noise and vibration, the E19e enables users to function inside facilities that forbid diesel exhaust. The machine can carry out several jobs at once without experiencing a perceptible reduction in power, according to the manufacturer, who also praises its seamless hydraulic control. A canopy that complies with the requirements of ROPS, TOPS, and FOPS comes standard with the E19e. In terms of maintenance, Bobcat offers what it refers to as panoramic access to service checkpoints via panels on the machine's side and back. The E10e and the E19e, two of Bobcat's three electric compact excavators, are on display at BaumaBobcat. Quick specs Operating weight: 4,204 lbs. Battery type: Lithium-ion Motor power: 13.6 hp (10 kW) Estimated continuous runtime: 4 hours Charge time (120 volts): 8 hours Bucket digging force: 2331 lb.-ft. See also: Doosan’s first smart excavator – DX225LC-7XElectric, digital concepts from Bobcat

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