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Enerpac to showcase innovations at bauma

Enerpac will showcase its expanded range of lifting systems for industrial movers and heavy lift contractors at this year’s bauma exhibition, which takes place in Munich from April 8 - 14.

At the exhibition, Enerpac will showcase its range of high-tonnage, telescopic cylinders; industrial tools available for construction and mining projects; trolley and cube jack systems; and telescopic hydraulic gantries.

The Enerpac trolley system ETR1250 provides an alternative method to traditional skidding systems. It comprises electrically-driven trolleys capable of handling heavy loads along a fixed rail system.

Compared with skidding systems, the trolley offers continuous movement allowing for significantly faster travel, said Enerpac.

The exhibition will also see the introduction of the SCJ50 50T cube jack, designed to provide an alternative solution to traditional climbing jack systems. Operating in a similar way to Enerpac’s current jack-up systems, the cube jack has a smaller footprint and provides operators with the ability to lift to a height of 2 m in restricted spaces.

Located at booth FS 1105/1, Enerpac will also showcase its latest range of super lift hydraulic gantries. As HLPFI reported here, the SL100 and SL200 gantries feature lifting capacities of 100 tons (90.7 tonnes) and 200 tons (181.4 tonnes) respectively.

www.enerpac.com

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