Are you ready for the next level of rescue operations with the new Lukas e³ series from Hamilton Hydraulics?
With the new Lukas e3 series you will work more efficiently and safely from now on, thanks to a smart dashboard for better control. For the e³ series we’ve taken all the positive power and performance features of our last generation of cordless rescuers and added a control option. The Lukas e³ gives direct feedback to the user while working by means of performance-diagnostic indications on the display dashboard. From now on, our customers know at any time about the power reserves of the tool, at what speed the tool is currently working, how much remaining capacity the battery has and whether the rescue tool is in an opening or closing movement. Is the tool threatening to tilt too much sideways and could this be a safety issue for the user? The user receives this and a variety of other feedback during operation. With the e³ generation of rescue equipment, Lukas offers an unprecedented level of control with incomparable power.
Our intelligent turbo reduce the working speed to a level optimised for the user and continue working at normal speed as soon as the blades of the cutter, the spreader arms, the combination blades or the claw of the cylinder hit very hard material.
The saltwater battery is developed for the special use in salt water (blue battery). If it is inserted, this is recognised by the tool and the ‘salt water’ symbol on the dashboard lights up.
Roll warning: If the cutters become twisted during the cutting process and this could pose a risk of blade breakage, the LED ring around the start button on the dashboard flashes red and warns the user not to continue the cutting process.
Capacity: By displaying the battery status on the dashboard, we can no longer be surprised by an empty battery during the cutting process.
Power: If the tool still has residual capacity or whether it has reached its power limit and cannot continue the work step.
Temperature: shows the user when the rescue equipment is in danger of overheating during use and the electrical system could be damaged if it continues to be used.
Contact Jim Hamilton
Hamilton Hydraulic Services
Tel: 011 828 1083
Cell: 082 893 1883