Located in Austria, MEBREX electric solutions GmbH is always one step ahead.
Sie können dabei sein, wenn die neueste Generation von 24V Schnelllader Gleichstromgeneratoren auf den Markt kommt.
Whether you want to run your roof-mounted stationary air-conditioning unit, parking heater, cooking infrastructure or electricity supply during engine tick-over time, the MEBREX MEC 1.4 charges the battery twice as fast as the HGV engine, saving the need to buy an extra charger.
The AUTO-START /STOP function increases user convenience. A further substantial feature is that over-discharging is avoided, protecting the HGV battery and increasing its lifespan. Lower installation costs due to easy installation, and potential savings are convincing reasons to make a purchase.
In the add on version, only a plug is required - connect and ready. If you follow an efficient operating strategy with your fleet, and desire to decrease the operating time of your vehicles, there is no way to pass up on the MEBREX MEC 1.4.
Example: You would like to charge a battery with 24V and 120Ah, and this, with a 16A charger, needs 3h:45 minutes. An 11A charger needs 5:20 minutes. MEBREX requires only 49 minutes and 20 seconds making a time saving of 80%! The highest level of efficiency.
The stationary HGV
The stationary HGV in regard to the environment and costs (Study by Dr. tech. H.J. Schacht)
MEBREX HGV – reduction of CO2 Emissions
MEBREX electric solutions GmbH concerns itself with the reduction of CO2 emissions in various areas where fuels are used. One area is CO2 emission from HGVs and how this can be reduced. Unnecessary use of fuel by the HGV is indicated and correlations are determined. Consequently, ways to reduce consumption are listed as to how the reductions in CO2 emissions can be made through use of the MEBREX MEC 1.4. Later you will find information about the company management.
Reduction of CO2 emissions due to lower HGV engine idling.
How can the idling time of HGVs be reduced? Why is there a time when the HGV engine is idling? The reasons as well as the potential for reduction are presented on the following pages.
Engine idling can happen:
When the pneumatic brake is pumped following a longer time.
While waiting at red traffic lights.
In traffic (borders, accidents).
During waiting times at terminus, loading stations, closed tunnels with abnormal loads or heavy goods transport.
During loading and unloading of swap bodies
During charging of the vehicle battery in the rest period stipulated by law to
cook (microwave, coffee machine, oven, etc..),
to cool (overnight stops in warm climates with built in roof-mounted air-conditioning units),
to watch TV,
to charge cellular devices and/or lap-tops.
At MEBREX, we are primarily concerned with the issues in point 6. For this purpose, research by haulers and forwarders, including their logged data (from the HGV manufacturer service point), was carried out and analysed. The following conclusion can be made:
The proportion of kilometres driven to the number of working days to the amount of engine idle time in %.
We could establish that a higher amount of the running engine is idle if
the HGV was in operation for seven days, also over the weekend.
Oder egal ob bei sieben oder fünf Einsatztagen, die gefahrenen Kilometer wesentlich geringer wurden, wodurch sich die Pausenzeiten drastisch erhöhten.
The data shown in fig. 1 is the log-data of from a HGV service station that 2 forwarder HGVs in long-distance transport logged weekly and submitted.
Reduction of CO2 output through use of the MEC 1.4 from MEBREX electric solutions GmbH.
A field test was carried out in order to establish whether using the MEC 1.4 results in a reduction of idle time, as well as a drastic saving in fuel consumption. MEC 1.4s were installed in two different HGVs and tested over a period of weeks.
Die in Abb. 2 angeführte „Erste Woche ohne MEC“, stellt die Ausgangssituation (Testwoche eins) beider LKWs und deren Leerlaufanteil dar. In der ersten Woche mit dem MEC 1.4 (Testwoche zwei) konnte bereits eine Reduktion von 54% am LKW eins und 24% am LKW zwei wahrgenommen werden. Durch das wachsende Vertrauen des Fahrers in die vollautomatische Funktion des MEC 1.4, kam es in drei Wochen zu einer Reduzierung des Leerlaufanteils um 82% am LKW eins und 73% am LKW zwei! Das wird in der Abb. 2 dargestellt.
After only three weeks use of the MEC 1.4, a reduction in CO2 of more than 17.9% could be realised.
Possible potential savings per year through use of the MEC 1.4
IThe topic of the competitiveness of German carriers compared with competitors in Eastern Europe and the Baltic states has been covered in Springerverlag’s diverse „VerkehrsRundschau“ broadcasts. Potential savings could possibly make German transportation companies more competitive.
Fig. 4 illustrates how much a carrier could saving per year and HGV in fuel costs. The average values to calculate the illustrated data were determined as follows:
Total yearly kilometres = Frauenhofer study 2019 “climate balance, costs and the different potential fuel and engine types for cars and HGVs (fraunhofer.de)”.
Average consumption of HGVs >25T “climate balance, costs and the different potential fuel and engine types for cars and HGVs S22 2.2.4“. “Climate balance, costs and the different potential fuel and engine types for cars and HGVs“ (fraunhofer.de)”.
Up to 15% could be saved per year and HGV in fuel costs. Currently, MEBREX GmbH is unaware of any development, nether for the HGV engine nor for the chassis, that could reached this goal.
We believe that this saving is possible, even if not in all cases, for a large number of HGVs!
MEC 1.4 - Was ist es, wie funktioniert es und wodurch können die Vorteile erzielt werden
Der MEC 1.4 (Abb. 5) ist ein Generator mit Schnellladefunktion! Schnellladen deshalb, weil der erzeugte Strom als Gleichstrom direkt in die Batterie geliefert wird und dadurch eine Batterie doppelt so schnell geladen werden kann, als es der LKW-Motor mit der eingebauten Lichtmaschine im Leerlauf ermöglicht. In der Abb. 6 werden die Unterschiede zu möglichen Szenarien und deren Kosten einer Batterieladung dargelegt.
Due to the possible savings during idle time (as illustrated in Fig. 2), the HGV service interval is increased. Therefore, over a period of many years, one or two service intervals can be saved. These costs are, however, difficult to illustrate owing to manufacturers’ varying interval specifications.
Vehicles with higher idle consumption require a battery replacement every two years. Using the MEC 1.4 can extend this time period up to 6 years, as illustrated in the diagram (Fig. 7).