Electromobility is changing our world. Apart from the economic aspects, sustainability and environmental protection are also driving this technology forward. However, construction vehicles are hardly affected by these changes so far. We see a great potential in this industry as well as the need to catch up. The Project Paris Hybrid has set itself the goal, to create a sustainable basis in this segment.
Hybrid vehicles are not a new invention. On the streets today
we often encounter this combination of a combustion engine
and an electric machine. In most cases however these are so
called serial or parallel hybrids. Both approaches still suffer
Thanks to the innovative method of the 4QT-System, the strengths of both approaches are combined. This system enables the combustion engine to always operate at its most efficient operating point, regardless of the driving conditions. With the installation of an electric motor and the double-rotor-maschine of 4QT, speed and torque can be perfectly adapted to the current driving needs. This allows for a much more efficient use of the fuel, than would be the case in conventional systems. Additionally, there is the possibility of recharging the built-in battery when braking, as well as reusing the recovered energy.
It is Paris Hybrid’s goal to bring the 4QT concept on the road for the first time. In this case we are talking about a RACO 2500 HSK dump truck, that will be converted into a hybrid vehicle. All in all, 4QT enables fuel-efficient and low emission mobility, thus contributing to a greener future.
module leader, hydraulics and licensing
gears und load cases
module leader, software and control
electronic motor and wiring
inverters and wiring
module leader and thermomanagement