Hydraulic side-to-side levelling for caravans
Take the hassle out of levelling your caravan with E&P's Level C Compact system.
No more tricky side to side levelling of your caravan. Just press the button and relax.
Automatic levelling at the touch of a button and at an affordable price.
Hydraulic side-to-side levelling for caravans
Effortlessly stable at the press of a button
Sturdy and vibration free position
Compatible with motor movers
Installation and VAT included in the guide price
To get the optimum performance from the system, each quote is based on the make and model of your vehicle. Get in touch for a detailed quote.
Simple and easy hydraulic levelling. Suitable for both single and twin axle caravans to make your holiday get off to the best start.
Leaving you to finish setting up your pitch in super quick time and get on with your holiday.
*always ensure that E&P is not the only method of support if working underneath a caravan.
When you arrive at site, set up with the Level C Compact system is quick and simple. It uses just two hydraulic jacks, both of which can be deployed automatically (or manually) using the wall-mounted control panel inside your caravan. This gives you full control of the stabilising process and ensures the caravan is level side to side - normally the tricky bit. You can then use the jockey wheel to aid the front to back levelling and the system tells you when you've found it. The existing corner steadies can then be wound down as normal.
There are three simple steps to level your caravan:
1. Deploy the two hydraulic caravan jacks by pressing the button on the control panel.
2. Use the jockey wheel to aid with front to back levelling.
3. Manually adjust the existing corner steadies as normal, to stabilise this position.
When you're ready to head home, simply wind up your corner steadies as normal, press the 'retract all' button and the hydraulic jacks will retract.
If you require further technical information or have a question about the system. Please get in touch and we or one of our partners will get in touch.
What comes with the system
If your question isn’t answered here, then please get in touch and we or one of our partners will get in touch.
The E&P Hydraulics Level C system takes its power from the caravan leisure battery and it doesn't take much when compared to motor movers. Our system software is designed to protect the battery and, therefore, if the battery voltage is low then the hydraulic levelling system cannot be used and an alarm will sound on the control panel to indicate this. In the event your battery voltage is too low, you can hook up to the site electrics, or your towing vehicle to recharge it.
Whilst it is you, the user, who is responsible for ensuring the caravan is safe to tow, this scenario is nearly impossible because you would likely be unable to hook up the caravan to the tow vehicle with the jacks down. However, it is always good practice to walk around the caravan and visually check that all jacks are fully stowed before leaving site.
No, the caravan needs to be empty, even if it's raining! Having people moving within the caravan will cause the level sensor to go out of synchronisation.
It is also important that you keep watch on what is happening around and underneath the caravan, so get everyone involved in checking for hazards.
You can still auto-level or auto-retract the system from the touchpanel housing in the event you lose or damage the touchpanel. The touchpanel has a long-life rechargeable battery that will automatically recharge as soon as it is placed back in the housing.
Replacement touchpanels can be ordered from an E&P Hydraulics Accredited Partner if required.
No, it is a closed loop hydraulic system.
Yes, this is useful for protecting tyres during long periods of storage, but it will not completely stop tyre degradation. It can also help prevent a sticking handbrake and make the caravan more secure against theft. If you are leaving the system deployed for a long period, please use a silicon-based protective spray on the axle jacks, to prolong their durability.
Yes, this aids the fit of wheel security devices greatly. However you, the user, are responsible for ensuring the caravan is safe to lift and that it is adequately supported with axle stands if any work is being carried out under the caravan. Please do NOT work under a caravan if the only method of support is the E&P Levelsystem.
The full Level C system will level the caravan using two hydraulic jacks, mounted to the axle, and steady the caravan using four automatic hydraulic corner steadies. This levels the caravan from side to side and front and back automatically. The Compact version of the system using your existing corner steadies and simply levels from side to side. You would still need to deploy the corner steadies manually.
Read more on the blog.
The levelling system installation can take upto 8 hours, depending on the caravan in question. You would therefore be required to leave your caravan with the Installer for a full working day (08:30 - 16:30 typically). Our Installation Partners will happily advise on any travel and accommodation questions you may have.
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