Scania at IFAT Entsorga 2012
Following the success of “Scania Orange Days” in Koblenz last year, with a wide spectrum of municipal vehicles on display, the event this year migrates to the exhibition grounds in Munich. The vehicles on display include a Euro 6 sewer cleaner vehicle, a road sweeper with hydrostatic drive, a waste collector with low-entry cab and a light all-wheel-drive chassis for construction or fire-fighting.
IFAT Entsorga in Munich, 7-11 May 2012, is the world’s premier trade show for water, sewage, waste and raw materials handling. Scania has an outdoor stand, F5 502/2, and Scania vehicles are found at other exhibitors’ stands as well. Scania is also represented by two vehicles in the “Trucks in Action” area.
“Following the successful launch of the Scania Orange Days in April 2011 in Koblenz, we now invite our customers to IFAT in Munich,” says Christian Teichmann, Truck Sales Director at Scania Germany Austria.
“Thanks to Scania's modular product system, our customers can tailor their vehicles precisely to suit their needs, with the reliability, robustness and efficiency inherent in a Scania vehicle. With the availability of Euro 6 engines in this segment, Scania can offer forward-looking customers a good solution,” says Teichmann.
“Our presence at IFAT Entsorge shows Scania’s long-term commitment in the areas of waste disposal, cleaning and recycling. We can tailor highly specialised and efficient vehicles according to the needs of the customer, who also has access to the full support offered by Scania's comprehensive service network,” explains Christian Teichmann.
The following vehicles are exhibited on the Scania stand (F5 502/2 outdoor):
Scania G 480 8x2 – unique sewer cleaner with Euro 6
Advanced bodywork bodywork from J. Hvidtved Larsen A/S, Silkeborg, Denmark. Fitting the bodywork presented no problems, since Scania's Euro 6 solution does not take up any extra space on the chassis. Scania G-series day cab. Scania 480 hp 13-litre engine, Euro 6 with Scania EGR+SCR emission control, 12+2-speed Scania Opticruise automated gearchanging.
Scania G 360 6x2 – road sweeper with hydrostatic drive
Brock bodywork. The unique drive system allow precision manoeuvring down to snail’s pace (from 0.1 to more than 40 km/h). Scania G-series day cab. Scania 360 hp 13-litre engine, Euro 5 with Scania EGR emission control, Scania 12+2-speed manual gearbox.
Scania P 320 6X2 – rear-loading waste collector with low-entry cab
Zöller bodywork. Scania low-entry cab with low boarding height and good ergonomics. Good manoeuvrability with steered trailing tag axle. Bodywork adaptation ex-factory. Scania 320 hp 9-litre engine, EEV with Scania EGR emission control, 8 speed Scania Opticruise automated gearchanging.
Scania P 310 4x4 – light AWD chassis for fire and municipal purposes.
Built for minimum weight, this all-wheel-drive chassis has a tare weight of only 6.5 tonnes. Scania P-series day cab. Scania 310 hp 9-litre engine, Euro 5 with Scania SCR emission control, 8 speed Scania Opticruise automated gearchanging, two-speed transfer box, PTO preparations on engine, PTO for direct-mounted hydraulic pump on gearbox, hub reduction axles.
More technical data in the German version of this release.
TRUCKS IN ACTION
In the “Trucks in Action” demonstration area (F5 504/1):
Scania P 320 4x2 – skiploader
Palfinger bodywork. Scania P-series day cab. Scania 320 hp 9-litre engine, Euro 5 with Scania EGR emission control, Scania 8+1-speed manual gearbox.
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More technical data about the vehicles in the German version of this release.
For other press material and pictures, please visit the IFAT Entsorga pressroom at www.scania.com/media.
For further information, please contact:
- Håkan Lionell, Director Municipal Vehicles, Scania, tel. +46 70 328 3601,
- Rita Kornek, Truck Sales, Key Account, Scania Deutschland, tel. +49 261 897 355,