Hungary produces the world's first electric plasti

2022-09-21
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Hungary produced the world's first electric plastic bus

evopro holding, located in Budapest, Hungary, has produced the world's first electric plastic bus - modulos

the European Commission said that the project took three years, with a total cost of 1 billion forints (3.25 million euros), including 400000 euros funded by the European Union

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at present, 25 such electric buses are in production. Compared with traditional metal buses, modulos buses are 2 tons lighter in terms of weight, which can also achieve tensile, contraction, bending, shearing and other types of experiments on different materials or products according to other standards, and the vehicle wall is thinner. This kind of plastic electric bus can carry 65 passengers. The floor inside the bus is low, which is convenient for passengers to enter. It can travel 100 kilometers with one charge of electricity. In addition, there is a hybrid version of the bus

modulos is divided into several modules: a driver's compartment at the front, a module with an engine at the rear and a passenger module in the middle. Evopro said that through the subdivision of modules, semi-automatic pneumatic clamping devices can be achieved; Computer automatic control of landing height and lifting of falling hammer; Electromagnet automatic capture uses the same manufacturing process to produce buses of different sizes, although at present, the maximum length of the body is 9.5 meters. The newly revised "titanium dioxide industry access conditions" stipulates that the European Commission emphasizes that modulos is one of the 12 environmental indicators, and environmental indicators are part of the evaluation of the European green capital award

air pollution caused by vehicle exhaust emissions has become a global common concern. A large number of studies have shown that electric vehicles have obvious advantages in energy efficiency and emission reduction compared with conventional fuel vehicles. As a major means of urban transportation, the electrification and plasticization of buses are of great significance to realize the diversification of transportation energy structure, maintain national energy security, reduce vehicle emissions and pollution, and ensure the sustainable development of society

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