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Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld introduces new automatic levelling system

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Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld has introduced an innovative new automatic levelling system to its motorhome suspension and levelling technology range. 

Created by chassis experts AL-KO UK and recently launched by E&P Suspensions, the steady leg HY4 electrohydraulic levelling jack — designed for Fiat Ducato, Mercedes and Sprinter chassis and vehicles up to 6,000kg — is said to provide an impressive level of accuracy and usability for motorhomers.

Parts manager at Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld, Jonathan Banner, said: “Through speaking to many of our customers, we think being able to manoeuvre the levelling system to the extent that the HY4 allows, is one of the biggest benefits, for example, tasks such as the discarding of grey water will prove much easier with this system.”

To avoid the possibility of damaging bodywork when manually drilling holes to install a levelling system, the HY4 also has pre-drilled holes in the bodywork which require just a few bolts. This also means minimal loss of storage space, leak risks and oil contamination.

Managing director of Erwin Hymer Centre Travelworld, Ross Edwards, said: “The HY4 is being demonstrated in our showroom and it’s impressive to see its capabilities and the standards it’s creating in terms of both innovation and safety. We’re delighted to offer this to our customers, as we know how much it will enhance the complete motorhome experience.”

 

  

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