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Higher lifts with Enerpac telescopic cylinders

Higher Lifts with Enerpac Telescopic Cylinders

Higher lifts with Enerpac telescopic cylinders

Enerpac announces the RT-Series range of telescopic cylinders for applications requiring a long stroke in confined spaces. With a lifting capacity from 14 to 31 ton with maximum stroke lengths of 270 to 600 mm, the multi stage hydraulic cylinders can lift loads up to 600 mm in one single movement.

With a 700 bar max operating pressure, the RT-Series consists of 2 and 3 stage cylinders. Safety is paramount in the design of all Enerpac products. The standard tilting saddle allows side load up to 3% of maximum capacity at full stroke. For easy handling and positioning, all RT-series cylinders come with lifting eyes, as standard.

The RT-Series are also suitable for harsh and extreme conditions. Manufactured of high strength alloy steel with a nitro-carburized surface treatment, it provides both wear and corrosion resistance.

“With the introduction of the RT-Series telescopic cylinders, we are enabling engineers to benefit from proven Enerpac cylinder technology when tackling projects were either space is limited or they are looking for a higher lift,” says Maarten Franken, Director of Marketing and Engineering, Enerpac.

For more information on the Enerpac RT-Series, multi-stage telescopic cylinder range, visit www.enerpac.com.

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