Hydraulic spreaders are a great tool for creating internal space. Once a rear hatch is opened/removed, the rear seats can be completely removed to improve access. This will work best where the seats are 60/40 splitting/folding: Using hydraulic spreaders, insert the tips at the base of the rear seat backs near where the 60/40 seats meet. Open the spreader to expose the retaining mechanisms. The seat backs can now be removed by continuing to spread, cutting or a combination of the two.
Get back on track quickly and safely! This is the most important task when recovering rail vehicles. In addition to the LUKAS rescue equipment, we also offer a comprehensive portfolio for rerailing equipment. INTELLIGENT & SAFE: User-friendly and from a safe distance STRONG & FAST: Operating pressure of 530 bar and a time-saving switching system COMPACT & LIGHT: Compact design and thus more space in the road-rail vehicle QUALITY MADE IN GERMANY: LUKAS rerailing systems are developed and produced in Germany and reach the highest quality standards.
A ‘butterfly’ is a method of removing the complete side of an inverted 5 door vehicle and can provide excellent access for personnel, equipment and can also provide a suitable extrication pathway. With both doors closed and the B pillar de trimmed: Remove outer wing (fender) and expose hinges. Spread and/or cut hinges and check strap. Make a large relief cut in the sill (rocker panel) close to the base of the B pillar. Open the rear door.
DEMOWEEK IN S.F.O. MONTELIBRETTI, ITALY Our partner FoppaRescueEquipment has started a demo week of our LUKAS rescue equipment in Montelibretti. The "outdoor area" looks great! Good luck!