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Greenlee Hydraulic Battery-Powered Pump with 120V Charger EHP700LU11

October 1, 2013

An Intelligent System

Greenlee Hydraulic Battery-Powered Pump with 120V Charger EHP700LU11

Blessed with brains and braun, the Greenlee EHP700LU11 Hydraulic Battery-Powered Pump with 120V Charger comes complete and ready for use with a pump, two 18 volt batteries, a 6 foot corded remote, a 120 volt charger, and a shoulder strap to carry it all with. A premium system displaying intelligent options, that also allows precise programming with three in one programmable settings that are set for either crimping, cutting, or punching functions. The real-time crimp force actually monitors the tools progress with a numeric digital display that features Greenlee’s “IntelliCRIMP” technology.  The machine also includes an audible and visual fault alert for the operator.


Erogonomicaly Designed for Travel

The Greenlee hydraulic Battery Pump is perfect for travel!  That’s because the machine’s design has been revamped, with the professional contractor on the go in mind. It sports a compact body that keeps it light, at a mere 14.1 pounds. When on the go, especially on foot, the pump has a comfortable shoulder strap, that helps keep the machine balanced and easy to haul manually, from site to site.

Remote Activation and More Power

The Greenlee Battery Powered Pump can be set up in any orientation; sideways, backwards, upside down, tilted, or laying on its back, and still the machine will work hard for you to pump away liquid furiously. The on-board, as well as corded remote activation switches, make life a bit easier, but the remote can be a fantastic alternative when the pump is not easily reachable. Pumping out more power than ever before, the EHP700LU still operates from a single 18V battery with an on-board storage for a second battery.

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