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Enerpac extends portfolio of synchronised lifting systems

10 June, 2016

Leading lifting and bolting tools provider, Enerpac, unveiled the extension its portfolio of synchronised lifting systems at Bauma 2016.


Naalden, global director, Enerpac Integrated Solutions, said: “Synchronised lifting is a natural development of our expertise in hydraulics and control systems. With the EVOB-System added to EVO-Series and SHAS Automated SyncHoist System we’re now offering a range of multi-point lifting solutions unmatched in the industry.”

Enerpac’s multi-point lifting systems range from simple mechanical controlled hand-operated portable lifting cylinder and SFP-Series split flow pumps with up to six flow outlets, to computer controlled EVO-Series synchronous lifting systems, EJU-Series jack-ups and SHAS-Series SyncHoist. At Bauma, Enerpac also exhibited its latest addition to the JS-Series jack-ups, the JS250 with a lifting capacity of 250 tons per lifting tower, up to 20m tower height.

Safety and ease of use

Key to Enerpac’s synchronised lifting strategy is the ease of use and safety aspects of the wireless control interface. Accurate wireless control of lifting is the trademark of Enerpac synchronised lift, jack-up and gantry systems. Using the Intellilift portable wireless control unit, a single operator can control and oversee the entire lifting job at a safe distance.

Naalden continued: “The application flexibility within the Enerpac’s multi-point lifting systems range is enormous. They offer greater accuracy, ease of control of the lift and, more importantly, increased safety compared with attempting synchronised lifts using standalone products.”

In addition to the pneumatic PTW-Series torque wrenches, Enerpac exhibited its first electric torque wrench the ETW-Series. These smart, controlled bolting tools provide high speed continuous rotation for continuous torque output up to 8135 Nm. The ETW-series features a low-friction planetary gearbox design, and 7-inch touchscreen for simpler easy tool operation.

www.enerpac.com




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