HOW DOES THE E&P MOTORHOME LEVELLING SYSTEM WORK?
with the E&P Hydraulics LEVEL M system, all hydraulic motorhome jacks are automatically lowered after that first push of the button. This means there is no manual exertion or checking with a spirit level. More importantly, there is zero risk of the chassis and bodywork being twisted as there will always be at least 2 hydraulic levelling jacks being deployed at the same time.
IS THE E&P MOTORHOME LEVELLING SYSTEM SAFE?
Absolutely! There is an inbuilt safety feature which means it will only work if the hand brake has been engaged. When you are ready to drive off again, one push on the button is enough to retract all of the hydraulic motorhome jacks in less than a minute. If you forget to retract the levelling jacks and release the hand brake, an alarm is sounded and the jacks are retracted immediately.
If required, the hydraulic levelling system can also be put into manual mode enabling you to lower the hydraulic jacks manually. The benefits of which include being able to lift one side of the motorhome when changing a tyre and also lifting all four tyres off the ground during winter storage.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES TO HAVING AN E&P MOTORHOME LEVELLING SYSTEM?
The motorhome is level and stable in under 2 minutes
Rapid hydraulic jack deployment on-site after arrival
Fully automatic levelling system
No need to fuss with jacks, ramps or blocks of wood
Safety feature prevents driving off – only works if handbrake is engaged
Lightweight and compact hydraulic levelling system
Jacks are also retracted hydraulically, preventing them from getting stuck in soggy or frozen ground
Best value-for-money and most reliable motorhome leveller on the market
Tilt function to help faster drainage of grey water tank
WHAT AM I GETTING WITH MY E&P LEVEL M SYSTEM?
Our system works with light-weight hydraulic jacks which are lowered via the control unit. The standard kit includes 4 automatic hydraulic jacks, each of which is capable of supporting 2 tonnes. This is sufficient for most motorhomes in Europe, although heavier options are available up to 10 tonnes per jack.
The hydraulic motorhome jacks are fastened to the undercarriage by means of an assembly plates and are available in a variety of different stroke lengths. They are also powder-coated to provide protection against corrosion.
The levelling jacks have a two-way operating mechanism, which means they are lowered and also raised hydraulically, unlike the other systems which use springs. This has the advantage that if a hydraulic jack has sunk into the mud, it can still be pulled out without any problem.
The motorhome levelling jacks are operated by means of a 12 Volt electrical/hydraulic pump which functions at a pressure of 160 bars. This pump can be installed behind a hatch or in a storage compartment with hydraulic lines running to each jack.
The ‘brain’ centre includes an electronic sensor which determines when the motorhome has reached its ultimate level point. An operating panel is installed within the motorhome from which the entire Levelsystem functions.
*Please note the E&P Levelsystem is not designed as a lifting device to allow you to work underneath the motorhome – always follow safe practice and use axle stands when working under a vehicle.