Z6 HYBRIDdrive

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Airfield Rescue and Fire Fighting Vehicles
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Z-Class

Three different drive systems

The Z6 HYBRIDdrive can be driven in three different ways: Exclusively with an electric motor, conventionally with combustion engine (diesel) or with HYBRIDdrive Technology. In the latter, the electric motor and cumbustion engine work hand in hand in an intelligent network. This means that the Z6 HYBRIDdrive is usually powered purely electrically at airports. Depending on the driving profile, a corresponding range even allows over 80% of the journeys to be made electrically. When it comes to an operation where every single second count, the Z6 HYBRIDdrive really comes to its own. The electric motor and combustion engine accelerate the 39 ton vehicle, to its top speed without competition. Here, the values are on a par with an 8x8 chassis with diesel drive.

If the battery should ever be empty and has to be charged, the full drive power of the diesel engine of a conventional Z6 is available as usual. In contrast to the market, ZIEGLER does not follow the downsizing trend here and thus ensures full and long-lasting reliability for the operation. Should the power of the electric motor not be available, all normative requirements are still met. Thus, ZIEGLER has solved the challenge of developing the world's best alternative drive concept for Airfield Rescue and Fire Fighting Vehicles. It combines aspects of sustainability, is faster than any somparable product and ensures the usual relieable operation.

At one glance: The five most important facts about the Z6 HYBRIDdrive

  1. Unrivaled acceleration values during an alarm drive: the intervention time is at the level of an 8x8 chassis
  2. Emission-free driving during movement or contril drives (up to 40 km/h)
  3. Conventional operation (diesel) is retained without restriction (standards and norms are thus fully complied with)
  4. Tried-and-tested SCANIA system components, resulting in high operational reliability and optimum spare parts supply
  5. ZIEGLER thus contributes to "Green Airports" and adds value for airport operators