The eLPP: Lamor’s New Power-Pack

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Photo: Lamor Corporation

Lamor Corporation launched its next generation smart eco Lamor Power Pack (eLPP 55-80) at Spillcon in Cairns, Australia. The eLPP is one unit with multiple functions to operate several oil spill response units: skimmers, pumps and boom reels simultaneously, as well as other hydraulically driven equipment with green technology.

In staying ahead of new and stricter legislation, Lamor eLPP series has direct intelligent communications between the diesel engine and hydraulic system synchronizing all functions and reducing emissions utilizing the highly advanced Lamor Monitoring Control System (LMC).
The remote monitoring function provides instant feedback, alerts, service updates and diagnostics. The global positioning system (GPS) coupled with the animated display has automatic reporting features such as location, data log and service intervals to a remote command center.

The eLPP has a 55-80 kW capacity and is a robust and user-friendly unit with fewer emissions and reduced noise levels. The new technology features preadjusted hydraulic flow and pressure for Lamor pumps and skimmers and customized adjustable hydraulic flow and pressure for other equipment. The eLPP has automatic sleep and idle modes.

www.lamor.com

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