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New: Holmatro cordless telescopic rams

Holmatro recently launched two new telescopic rams, powered by the latest battery technology. The rams are part of our range of EVO 3 cordless rescue tools. Both offer an extremely high pushing force of 217 kN / 22.1 tonnes.

Lightest model
The smallest model, GTR 5340 EVO 3, is also the lightest battery-powered telescopic ram in the market. Thanks to its compact design it is ideal for internal space creation, However, it can also be used for dashboard roll, in combination with one of the two extension pieces. These are available for applications requiring additional length.

Larger model
The larger model ram can be used for more than just a dashboard roll. It is also suitable for cross ramming. Thanks to a carrying handle going all around the tool and a control handle with 360-degree access, you can hold and operate this ram in the most difficult positions.

Integrated laser pointer
The new cordless telescopic rams have an integrated laser pointer which marks the exact spot where your ram will touch the car construction. This helps you perform the procedure first time right, which is especially useful during cross ramming, when you don’t want to have to reposition your tool with the risk of the construction springing back and re-trapping your patient.

Integrated LEDs
Another useful feature is the integrated LED lighting. Two lights at the base side and four lights at the plunger side of the ram make sure you always have a clear view of the job you are doing.

EVO 3 battery technology
New technology ‘under the hood’ results in a higher tool speed which is maintained during the entire rescue operation. Even at high tool loads or when the battery voltage drops.

Watch the product demo video on the Holmatro website.

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