Whether to work in low-emission zones or to decarbonize one's professional mobility.
The Hyris range of vehicles is built on a common base and is declined in two branches: battery powered vehicles and hydrogen vehicles.
The HyRIS range is built on a common base. This base includes the cabin, the chassis and an electric powertrain. It is declined with different energy systems to satisfy different uses. Battery powered vehicles offer a solution compatible with standard charging infrastructures. They allow decarbonization of mobility when the distances to be covered are short and there is no need for power of auxiliary tools. Hydrogen-powered vehicles meet the needs of longer journeys, more intense use or when tools need to be powered.
The first battery-powered version and the HyRIS B1, which allows to decarbonize its activity in medium-sized cities where speed is limited and distances are reasonable. In short, the right solution for the cities of the quarter of an hour
The Hyris range of vehicles is built on a common base and is declined in two branches: Battery powered vehicles and hydrogen vehicles
Hyris B2 is a more powerful version with more autonomy, which can tow a trailer up to the limits of the BE license, that is to say 4T2 in total. Its higher top speed allows it to easily insert itself in the bypasses and to leave the cities.
Hydrogen vehicles are built around a 50kW nominal fuel cell coupled to a battery and a more powerful engine.
The HyRIS H1 version offers a range of 350 km (WLTP) with a top speed compatible with bypasses and extra-urban/rural roads. The hydrogen refueling is done in a few minutes which allows the vehicle to be used in shifts.
HyRIS H2 offers a greater autonomy thanks to its larger tank. The additional energy provided by hydrogen can be used to power on-board equipment (pumps, refrigerated body...) and also allows trailers to be driven over a longer distance.
HyRIS vehicles are designed with a chassis compatible with market standards in order to receive already developed bodies for easier acquisition or to re-use existing equipment (subject to technical requirements).
Battery-powered vehicles can be recharged at potentially fast charging stations in a few dozen minutes or even a few hours.
Hydrogen vehicles refuel in minutes.
Thus, the hydrogen vehicle makes it possible to work for longer periods of time and to refuel as with a combustion vehicle. In 2×8 or 3×8, the hydrogen vehicle can be recharged when changing shifts.
The vehicles are already equipped with 220 Vac sockets allowing to supply electroportable tools or to recharge their battery from the vehicle.
Hydrogen can offer other solutions. Hydrogen ecosystems are being deployed and it is now possible to have green hydrogen delivered in tanks or cylinders. This hydrogen is generally produced by electrolysis of water using electricity from wind or photovoltaic power plants, or even hydraulic power plants. Thus, territories can move towards energy autonomy. Hydrogen production can also be local by coupling a photovoltaic production to an electrolyser. For example, the roofs of technical services can be covered with solar panels, and shading systems can be deployed on parking lots... Their energy is then used to produce hydrogen. This hydrogen is stored locally in tanks while waiting to refuel vehicles.
This battery is of high power to offer good performance to the vehicle but when the vehicle is stopped, it no longer needs power. It can then provide energy; the vehicle becomes a genset.
When parked, the vehicle can be transformed into a hydrogen generator to power a construction site, a stage, a film set...