Synchronous Lifting Systems

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Synchronous Lifting Lowering and Weighing

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Computer Controlled Synchronous Lifting and Lowering Systems

  • Personal computer based control unit with user-friendly Windows interface
  • Digital control of the lifting process accurate to + – .04” [1mm] between leading and lagging lifting points
  • Multiple lift point capability, from 2 to 24 points
  • Data recording, graphic presentations and print-out capability
  • Automatic stop at pre-set stroke or load limit

Setting new standards in precision and control

  • Accuracy

    – Digital control of the lifting process accurate to + – .04” [1mm] between lifting points
    – Real time, on screen monitoring provides complete lift status

  • Safety
    – Digital control programmed for “Fail-Safe” operation
    – Actual load movement is measured
    – Pilot-operated check valves automatically hold cylinder pressure in the event of hose failure
  • Serviceability
    – Worldwide network of Enerpac Authorized Service Centers
    – Uses easy-to-service, standard Enerpac components
  • Ease of Operation
    – One person operation
    – PC-based controller runs in Windows environment
    – Point-and-click mouse control
    – Multi-lingual data screens available
    – Standard Enerpac 10,000 psi single- and double-acting cylinders

Synchronous Lifting Lowering and Weighing

Convert tool output to bolt-tension specs
Use with impact wrench mounted on beam.

Computer Controlled Synchronous Lifting and Lowering Systems

WB Equipment provides the largest selection of Computer controlled lifting and lowering systems. We have a solution for virtually any application – lifting, pushing, pulling, bending or holding – in most industrial and commercial work environments. We offer hundreds of different configurations of mechanical and hydraulic cylinders and lifting systems, plus products ranging from hydraulic jacks for portability and tight fits, to engineered systems for precise control over multiple lift points.

A jack, screwjack or jackscrew is a mechanical device used as a lifting device to lift heavy loads or to apply great forces. A mechanical jack employs a screw thread for lifting heavy equipment. A hydraulic jack uses hydraulic power. The most common form is a car jack, floor jack or garage jack, which lifts vehicles so that maintenance can be performed. Jacks are usually rated for a maximum lifting capacity (for example, 1.5 tons or 3 tons). Industrial jacks can be rated for many tons of load.

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