Enerpac hydraulics is a global market leader in high pressure hydraulic tools, controlled force products and solutions for precise positioning of heavy loads.
Enerpac hydraulics manufactures products, from the smallest hydraulic cylinder to complete computer-operated lifting and positioning systems.
In essence, the focus is to provide customers with the most extensive line of products and accessories that maximize force – all to increase productivity and make work safer and easier to perform.
The history of Enerpac dates back to 1910. In the very beginning, the company produced water pumps for the Ford’s legendary ‘Model T’ motor car. Over the decades the company has developed an unparalleled range of hydraulic tools for thousands of applications, in virtually every industry.
Enerpac hydraulics has decades of experience developing hydraulic systems and technology. In fact, Enerpac products have moved some of the largest structures on earth. Their engineers have developed hydraulic solutions for constructing the Vegas Wheel, helping launch the Millau Viaduct in France, and offloading an offshore oil platform in Malaysia.
In brief, the Enerpac product range comprises: general purpose cylinders, lightweight aluminium cylinders, high tonnage construction cylinders, low height cylinders, hollow plunger cylinders, low stroke/high cycle cylinders, speciality lifting products, lifting systems, electric pumps, air hydraulic pumps, gasoline pumps, manual pumps, manifolds and fittings, hydraulic valves, gauges and accessories.
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