Using a hydraulic device in emergency operations such as when prying open the roof of a car is no easy task for rescue workers – the heavy machinery really does pose a challenge. And it isn't just the weight of the device that causes difficulties – handling and flexibility are also severely restricted by the hydraulic hoses and the power supply connection that is needed.

However, the market for hydraulic devices has developed a great deal over the past few years, and LUKAS Hydraulik GmbH is now exhibiting at INTERSCHUTZ in Hannover with the world's first telescopic ram with eDRAULIC technology, a solution that frees rescue teams from the burdens of heavy hoses and cumbersome power supply units without compromising on results. Powered by an optimized, high-performance battery, the device weighs approximately 20 kilograms and can maintain unrelenting grip in a wide range of applications, while its intuitive controls ensures dependable operation even in highly charged situations.

LUKAS Hydraulik GmbH (91058 Erlangen, Germany), Hall 26, Stand C30

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