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DEUTZ AG Annual Report 2022

Winning combination

Taking an open-minded approach to new technologies, DEUTZ collaborates with strong partners in order to future-proof its product portfolio.

Bergmann chooses DEUTZ

From early 2023, Bergmann Maschinenbau will use DEUTZ’s TCD 2.9 and TCD 3.6 engines in its dumper models with payloads of six and nine tonnes respectively. The Meppen-based, family-owned business has signed an agreement to this effect with longstanding DEUTZ partner HENKELHAUSEN, who will also handle the delivery. Bergmann was won over by the engines and, above all, by the global service network: “As a manufacturer of premium products, we also expect high standards of reliability and quality from our suppliers. DEUTZ AG’s extensive service organization was a key factor in our decision,” says Dirk Fasthoff, Head of Vehicle Manufacturing at Bergmann.


Alongside the electrification of aircraft tugs, excavators, and dumpers, the concrete pump represents an important addition to our range of electric appli­cations. At bauma 2022, DEUTZ presented the first battery-powered concrete pumps made by its partner PUTZMEISTER. The PUTZMEISTER BSA 1005 iONTRON uses a 360-volt drive from E-DEUTZ instead of the usual 2.2 liter DEUTZ diesel engine. The electric drive system has a continuous power output of 40 kilowatt and peak power of 80 kilowatt, generated by two lithiumion batteries. This allows the pump to work for up to eight hours. The iONTRON concrete pump can also be powered via a charging cable and thus operated for longer. PUTZMEISTER plans to start full production in 2023.