Enerpac’s industry-recognized XC-Series cordless pumps are now available in both single-acting and double-acting valve configurations. Offering the power of an electric powered pump with the convenient portability of a hand pump, XC-Series cordless pumps provide a cost-effective solution for remote locations or hard-to-access areas. This combination of features also makes the XC-Series one of the safest, most ergonomic hydraulic pumps for everyday use.
Featuring a lightweight design with integrated handle and carrying strap, XC-Series cordless pumps can be easily transported from job to job. The pump features a unique bladder reservoir that eliminates venting, prevents contamination and provides leak-free operation in any position. XC-Series pumps are also equipped with an efficient electric motor powered by an industrial grade 28-volt, Lithium-Ion battery, delivering exceptional speed and run time.
“With the addition of the double-acting valve option, customers can operate Enerpac’s broad array of single and double-acting tools with the XC-Series pump,” said Charlie Kopplin, Global Product Manager, Enerpac. “With reliable, powerful performance, the XC-Series is an ideal pump solution for remote outdoor locations without access to power and indoors where trip hazards, ergonomics or size is a concern.”
Enerpac XC-Series cordless pumps will actuate a hydraulic tool as fast as a basic electric powered pump and creates up to 10,000 psi of pressure. This means that XC-Series cordless pumps are up to five times faster than manual hydraulic pumps and up to two times faster than popular pneumatic powered pumps.
Designed to provide optimal safety to operators, the XC-Series offers several safety features, including zero trip hazards through cordless design, overload protection circuitry from excessive amp draw or temperatures and a trigger lock-off mechanism to protect against unintended operation during transport.
XC-Series Gen II cordless pumps are ideal for a wide range of industries such as mining, construction, industrial and power generation, solving diverse and demanding applications, including:
- • Lifting rail cars and rail alignment
- • Mobilizing heavy equipment
- • Gear pulling
- • Servicing machinery
- • Nut splitting and cutting