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Holmatro Power Wedge
New hand-operated Power Wedge from Holmatro
Creates initial gap for lifting or spreading equipment
At Interschutz 2010 Holmatro Rescue Equipment introduced the HPW 4624: a hand-operated Power Wedge. With an insertion height of only 6 mm it fits in extremely narrow cracks. Combining this feature with more than 25 tonnes capacity, this tool is ideal to create the initial gap required for positioning other lifting or spreading equipment such as lifting bags, spreaders and combi tools. The HPW 4624 has an integrated pump which makes it fully self-contained and therefore easy to carry to remote or difficult to reach locations. The foldable, rotatable handle allows for easy storage and operation in any position.
Holmatro’s hand-operated Power Wedge is very suitable for USAR type applications such as lifting collapsed structures after an earthquake or explosion. It is the first tool to use in a progressive lifting operation, where it may be followed by a high-pressure lifting bag creating space for a hydraulic lifting jack. The HPW 4624 can also be used for forcible entry applications such as opening roller shutters, elevator doors and other automatic doors.
Holmatro hand-operated, self-contained (with integrated pump) Power Wedge HPW 4624.
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