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New Linde H2 - H35

The new linde IC model might give Toyota a run for their money especially in europe.


The new truck seems to run on the same platform for Ic and Electric trucks, so basically the IC and electric truck will run on the same chassis



Not sure on the full L E D lights on the mast
  • Posted 6 Nov 2019 06:49
  • Modified 6 Nov 2019 06:56 by poster
  • Discussion started by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Any Sales rep or OEM can make the claim modular, if they work on this basis,

1 forks or attachment module, 2 mast module, 3 power source Module, 4 ballast Module.

Now from how I understand the Linde meaning of modular truck this means the rep will ask the question 1 & 2 then ask if the power source is Electric with Electric drive or IC with Hydrostatic drive Depending on the answers to the first two question will giving the ballast weight. All fitting into the same Chassis, Overhead guard steer axle and controls


If Linde were to say that all modular can be fitted or removed from the truck independently. Then this is what I would say was modular. Now this could be the case with the Linde truck and it has not been approached in the articles.
  • Posted 16 Nov 2019 06:02
  • Modified 16 Nov 2019 06:07 by poster
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
www.saudiexalt.com
One article leans towards an approach where the ICE and Electric trucks share the same chassis. In another article, there is mention of the ability to offer "equivalent trucks" between ICE and electric, which could mean anything from common chassis to equivalent run time, load capacity, or any number of other variables. To further complicate the matter, the Order Picker and Turret units have long touted themselves as being "modular", even though masts, platforms, front end attachments, seats, etc. have always been modular (interchangeable) components. As such, i'm confused about what they mean when the word "modular" is used in this context. Can anyone shed some more definitive light on this?
  • Posted 15 Nov 2019 03:05
  • Reply by Jebaroni
  • North Carolina, United States
With this i mind do you believe that some OEM'S probably from Asia will look at electric trucks as a more cost effective alternative in the smaller truck market 2 ton - 5 ton
  • Posted 10 Nov 2019 06:55
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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The cooling system is not complicated but does attract additional demands put on it from the exhaust treatment, which is complicated. My contact with a global engine manufacturer says the bIggest problem moving forward is not emissions compliance its the dressed engine size due to exhaust after treatment equipment. As we know a bigger engine bay leaves less counterweight. Not a problem on larger trucks where the shape can be changed without affecting the operational footprint but "compact" trucks are likely to be bigger than their direct predecessors.
  • Posted 10 Nov 2019 04:36
  • Reply by tugger
  • Berkshire, United Kingdom
I wonder if other OEM's will start a fresh with their tierV trucks or will they try to convert existing models. Some i know are looking at LPG for tierV as this is a simpler option. On the diesel side form what i have been advised is that the cooling systems can be quite complicated.


Linde are now majority owned by Chines, So how will the other Chines OEM's react to tierV, will they invest in the new technology or will they look at electric as a way around TierV
  • Posted 8 Nov 2019 07:20
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
www.saudiexalt.com
Great looking forklift but also looks (even more) expensive! Wonder what the additional cost of the Tier 5 engine is, Linde are (I believe) the first to officially make the move to sell their Tier 5 truck. Although I see it is listed at the bottom of their IC truck page on their website, where it's predecessor is listed ahead of it.
  • Posted 7 Nov 2019 23:34
  • Reply by deadpan
  • ...., Austria
The truck will be hydrostatic, it looks to have a lot of European inference in the design, and with the computer system allowing it to be industry 4.0 ready. This wil allow for future downloads of programs when they are developed


This could be quite a important moment for Linde as a hole. The HT range developed in Asia seen the company move down towards the economy market. This new H series could see it move into a more sophisticated market were technology interfaces are just as important as the truck movement
  • Posted 7 Nov 2019 06:36
  • Reply by exalt
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
www.saudiexalt.com
Will it be powershift or hydrostatic?
  • Posted 6 Nov 2019 20:26
  • Reply by heightlift
  • North, United Kingdom

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