High pressure hydraulic tools specialist Enerpac, part of the Actuant Corporation, has announced the launch of its ZC-Series cordless hydraulic pump, which combines the performance of an electric pump with the portability of a battery pump.
The ZC-Series cordless pumps are designed for remote locations without access to power and interior locations where trip hazards, ergonomics or size could cause problems.
The cordless pumps are intended for use in industrial applications such as foundation repair, rail maintenance and concrete post-tensioning. As the cordless pumps are quiet, they can be used in applications where noise and emissions from gas-powered equipment are a concern.
The ZC-Series has a brushless 1.4 hp motor and 3-stage pump which, the company says, maximises productivity while minimising heat build-up. Power for the pump is supplied by a rechargeable 82V lithium-ion battery.
Valve options for single and double acting tools with the ZC-Series pump include a 3-way, 3-position manual control valve used with single-acting cylinders, a 4-way, 3-position manual control valve used with double-acting cylinders and a 4-way, 3-position manual control valve with locking and power seat functions.
Enerpac is a global market leader in high pressure hydraulic tools, controlled force products and solutions for precise positioning of heavy loads. We manufacture products, from the smallest hydraulic cylinder to complete computer-operated lifting and positioning systems.
Their focus is to provide their customers with the most extensive line of products and accessories that maximize force to increase productivity and make work safer and easier to perform.
Enerpac products are available worldwide through a network of 1,400 distributor partners. With 28 facilities in 22 countries, they are capable of providing the technical support and the hydraulic expertise needed to support the servicing of standard products, design custom products for unique applications and develop solutions to move some of the largest structures on earth.
The Enerpac Academy is their in-house training program, offering Enerpac product operators and maintenance staff the opportunity to be trained in the use and maintenance of high-pressure hydraulic tools. The Enerpac Academy training centers are located in Ede (The Netherlands), Columbus, Wisconsin (USA), Singapore, Sydney (Australia) and Hosur (India)