Raymo all-electric commercial mower arrives in Aus

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Australian machinery distributor, Inlon, has added the all-electric Raymo Torpedo commercial mower to its machinery lineup.

The electric Raymo Torpedo mower
Civiline Raymo electric mower at work

Touted as the world’s first all-electric powered commercial mower by Inlon, the Raymo Torpedo delivers an 'environmentally friendly' alternative to the traditional fuel-based industry.

The Raymo Torpedo mower is controlled remotely and delivers no noise and no emissions as well as a safer and more efficient experience for the user, costing just seven cents per hour to operate.

Engine-wise, the mower is powered by a 50,4-volt lithium-ion battery system capable of operating for approximately five hours and is also controlled via an electric four-wheel-drive system with zero-turn capabilities and electric deck drive without belts.

A unique feature of the Raymo Torpedo is its powerswap system. Powerswap allows users the choice to power the mower with its all-electric power or through a plug-in hybrid option within minutes.
Powerswap allows for alternation between the two – the hybrid system will offer 2-3 hours of electric drive before the engine generator has to be engaged – and the functionality of the Torpedo, which comes equipped with a compartment for the power cartridge, means changing between the two is a quick process.

A height of just 51cm makes the Torpedo a versatile machine and can reach hard to mow places such as under benches or solar panels while it also offers a degree of multi-functionality given its ability to carry up to 180kg of gear and tools.
As a remote control operated machine, operators can be safely off the mower and removed from any dangers and obstacles the mower may encounter, including any vibration and noise fatigue; a commonplace on ride-on mowers.

The Raymo Torpedo is capable across a range of varying landscapes including sloped areas, where it can mow on inclines up to 35 degrees given the machine’s low centre of gravity and balanced weight distribution.

Charging time for the batteries takes about is between nine to ten hours for the full electric module and four hours for the hybrid. Both battery modules do weight 45kg each however, yet they do come on wheels to ease the difficulty in connecting the cartridges.

The mower will be distributed across Australia by Inlon, based out of Gosford, New South Wales, and is available for purchase now.

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