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New EVOB Basic Synchronous Lifting Systems

New EVOB Basic Synchronous Lifting Systems

Product News Thursday, March 17, 2016: Enerpac Africa (Pty) Ltd.

The EVOB Synchronous Lifting System enables a single operator to control an entire lifting operation from a single device, without the need for manual monitoring. The EVOB combines high-pressure hydraulics with PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) controls to monitor and control each lifting point. Through an integrated Human Machine Interface (HMI), all movements are managed from a central control position that displays live operation with real-time status updates.

Built on the same platform as the Standard-EVO Synchronous Lifting System, the EVOB offers an economical solution for basic applications. The EVOB system can be used with standard 700 bar single- or double-acting cylinders and is offered with 0,75 kW, 1,12 kW or 2,24 kW hydraulic power units which are based on industry-proven standard Enerpac Z-Class pumps. The system also offers manual and automatic control modes and can control up to 8 lifting points with one hydraulic power unit (HPU).

Lifting Points: 4 or 8 lifting points
Accuracy: 1,0 mm between leading and lagging cylinders

    • User friendly, touch screen PLC control
    • 0,75 kW, 1,12 kW or 2,24 kW motor options
    • Z-Class pump technology with 2 stage flow, heat exchanger and filter
    • Three flow groups; 0,55 l/min, 0,82 l/min, or 1,64 l/min
    • Multiple voltage options from 115 VAC 1 Ph to 575 VAC 3 Ph
    • Three operating modes; manual, automatic, depressurization
    • Use of single- and double-acting cylinders
    • Compact frame with fork pockets, lifting eyes, drip pan and hood
    • Multiple stroke sensor ranges and analog pressure gauges
    • Built in warning and alarm system for optimum safety