ELESA components for construction vehicles, equipment and machinery
Equipment and machinery for the construction and building industry are used to operating in unfavourable environments. Common conditions of use impose to cope with stressing elements like high or low temperatures, high humidity, high pressure and contact with different chemical substances.
Therefore, it is essential to rely on components with high standards in functionality, quality and performance to reach advanced results.
The Elesa range includes an extensive selection of standard elements in engineering plastics and metal, specifically manufactured to address the construction field requirements.
A full range of accessories for hydraulic systems is available in a variety of production materials to withstand different liquid and oil temperatures: plastic, aluminium, brass, zinc-plated steel or Stainless steel with NBR synthetic rubber, FPM or FKM (type Viton*).
The range includes plugs, filler breather caps, oil level indicators and sight glasses, available with different types of threads: ISO-Metric, GAS-BSP and UNC-UNF or NPT for the American market.
Elesa offers 21 different types of column level indicators that are suitable with commonly used chemicals, hot water and alcohol and resistant to shocks. Executions can include thermometer and protection frame, electrical sensor or probe for MAX temperature and MIN level. To guarantee a perfect seal, the body of indicators, made in transparent technopolymer, is assembled using ultrasonic welding.
Elesa’s offer includes also an extensive range of components for all manœuvring, clamping and control operations that combine ergonomy with a unique design, a well-proven quality and a perfect functionality.
A wide offer of lift, pull and revolving handles, clamping and control knobs, adjustable and control levers, hinges, all made in special technopolymer resistant to solvents, oils, greases and other chemical agents or aluminium, zinc-plated steel or stainless steel with the greatest care in surface finishing