The E&P Hydraulics Levelsystem for motorhomes
No matter how long your stop, the automatic hydraulic levelling system from E&P is easy to use. Even when you're just stopping for a quick rest, the system gives you a level, stable and vibration-free position.
Four lightweight hydraulic jacks do the hard work of levelling for you. All at the touch of a button.
Hydraulic levelling makes your vehicle level, no matter where you stop.
All at the press of a button.
Automatic levelling at the touch of a button and at an affordable price.
The E&P Hydraulics Levelsystem for motorhomes
Level in 120 Seconds
Sturdy and Vibration Free Position
Effortlessly Level at the Push of a Button
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.
There are many reasons for levelling your motorhome. For both comfort and practicalities. And it’s often the first job you have to do when you arrive somewhere. Even if it’s raining (let’s face it, in the UK it often is).
With the E&P Hydraulics Level M system, you can have a stable, level and secure pitch in under two minutes.
All the hassle and trickiness of levelling manually is removed at the touch of a button. No more scrabbling around on your hands and knees in the mud. No fiddley gadgets. Or ramps and chocks. And a stable position to enjoy your break.
On site benefits:
*always ensure that E&P is not the only method of support if working underneath a vehicle.
The system works by deploying four lightweight hydraulic corner jacks which are fastened to the chassis. Working in conjunction with each other and the control unit, they automatically judge the level and tilt of your motorhome to get the optimum position.
For convenience and safety, the system comes with a removeable touchscreen control. This allows you to freely walk around your vehicle, checking for any obstacles or hazards. Or, you can just sit back and watch the hydraulic jacks doing all the work for you.
There is no risk of the chassis and bodywork twisting as there will always be at least two hydraulic levelling jacks working at the same time.
The two-way hydraulic operating mechanism means when you are ready to leave your site, the jacks retract hydraulically. Simply meaning they won't get stuck in soggy mud, or frozen ground.
The system can also be used manually. For times when you need to lift just one wheel for changing, or all four for storage.
The system also has an inbuilt safety feature preventing you from accidentally driving off with the jacks down.
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.
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.
Up to approximately 5% or 3°.
Unfortunately this question has no easy answer due to several variables, which can differ depending on the nature of the slope and the make and model of the vehicle. For example, the weight and height of the chassis, the wheelbase, the distance between jacks , the stroke of the jack all play a part. However, due to the strength and stroke of our jacks and the sophistication of our software, you can be assured that E&P is class-leading in this area.
How do you level if this angle is too severe?
You can use the manual function on the remote control, using the inbuilt level indicator to guide you. This will give you more available stroke on the jacks. In the unlikely event that you still cannot find a level position, then you can place suitable blocks of wood at the relevant jacking points if necessary. However, please take care to ensure you create a sure footing.
120 seconds maximum, but often less than a minute.
The E&P Hydraulics levelling system requires a fully charged battery to operate, it is an auto levelling device needing power, just like a fridge or heating system. However, you can retract the jacks manually if your battery is flat and unable to take a charge. This operation is explained in the user manual.
12 volts – 800 watts
The E&P Hydraulics Motorhome levelling system takes its power from either the vehicle’s main battery, or the leisure battery. Our system software is designed to protect the battery for primary functions, such as starting the engine. 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. As a result of this possible eventuality, and in the event you cannot charge your battery, there is a manual over-ride operation which can be applied should you require it to get off site and this is explained in the user manual.
Whilst you, the user, are responsible for ensuring your vehicle is safe to drive, there is an inbuilt safety feature ensuring the levelling system will only work when the hand brake is engaged. If you release the hand brake with the levelling jacks still deployed, whilst the ignition is on, an alarm will sound and the hydraulic jacks will retract immediately, to help prevent any damage.
No, any movements could cause the hydraulic levelling sensor to go out of synchronisation. It is also very important that you can see what is going on around and underneath the motorhome for safety reasons.
No, it is a closed loop hydraulic system.
This is a mutual decision made between the customer and E&P Service Technician and it usually depends on the vehicle layout. Ideally it would be located in a storage locker inside the motorhome where it is safe and secure from any tampering and/or impact damage. If there is no feasible place to install within the vehicle, there is usually the possibility of mounting the pump underneath using the custom E&P Housing.
The control panel positioning is also reliant on the vehicle layout and is again agreed between the E&P Technician and the customer. It is usually just inside an entrance for easy access.
Yes, this is useful for protecting tyres during long periods of storage, but it will not completely stop tyre degradation. It also provides extra security against theft. However, please ensure the exposed cylinders on the jacks are suitably protected from the elements, to prevent corrosion. This can be done with silicon spray, or by wrapping the hydraulic jacks with a cloth material.
Yes, a massive benefit to the E&P Hydraulics levelling system is that it aids with lifting the vehicle, to change the wheels & tyres quickly and easily. However it is the user’s responsibility to ensure the vehicle is safe to lift and that it is adequately supported with axle stands if any work is being carried out under the vehicle. Please do NOT work under a vehicle if the only method of support is the E&P Levelsystem.
On average it can take between 12 and 16 hours to install an E&P Hydraulics Motorhome Levelsystem to our exacting standards. You would therefore be required to leave your motorhome with the dealer for 2 working days.
E&P Hydraulics offer a reliable, customer focused product and aftersales service which, we believe, makes us the very best at what we do.
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