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Time is ready for electrification-city-Danfoss

The time is right for electrification

We have a number of products and applications for customers in serial production, proving that we’re already helping to transform the marine, off-highway, renewable and transportation sectors. Our drivetrain technology is replacing traditional hydraulic machines on construction sites and roads, underground in mines and in boats and ferries around the world, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality along the way.

We’ve highlighted the real-life efficiencies and savings four of our projects are already making in this video. From removing the need for diesel fuel to supporting smaller diameter drilling, reducing maintenance costs to enabling faster torque, our EDITRON system is already delivering multiple benefits for customers in an electrified world.

References on the video PON-CAT, Normag, Logset and Sisu Polar.

Electrification Marine Off-highway Transportation

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