Published 04-06-2020
| Article appears in June 2020 Issue



The Enerpac LAT Air Hydraulic Torque Wrench Pump, a new compact, portable and powerful addition to the Enerpac range, is available now in Australia, New Zealand and PNG.

At approximately 18 kilograms with oil, the Enerpac LAT offers high productivity in hard-to-access locations. It’s easy to lift, transport and manoeuvre, comes with an integrated carry handle and can be carried by a single operator up stairs in the absence of a crane, hoist or elevator.

Designed with portability in mind by global hydraulic tool and lifting leader Enerpac, the LAT is easy to manoeuvre in narrow and constrained spaces such as scaffolding, catwalks, pipe racks and lifts.

“The new LAT pumps are ideal for high repetition torque wrench applications that need air power, such as oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation and mining, but have limited access, so a larger pump would not be practical or efficient,” says Enerpac product and channel leader Andrew Marsh.

The LAT series features a proven Enerpac piston design, reinforced Filter Regulator Lubricator (FRL) support, and air supply connection designed to provide years of reliable service with fastening and break-out speeds to keep jobs on time and on budget.

“The LAT pump has best-in-class flow-to-weight performance,” Marsh says.

“It’s industry-proven air motor and three-piston design enable operators to complete their hydraulic torque wrench applications faster, while always ensuring top levels of safety.”

Durable and reliable, the LAT pumps are designed and tested for use in tough environments. The roll cage protects key components from vibration, while the heavy-duty air supply connection and proven piston design enables long life.

Key components are easily accessed for service, and a skid rail accessory prevents reservoir wear from rough surfaces. The LAT is optimised for use with the newly-introduced Enerpac DSX aluminium torque wrench.




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