Linear electric technology for hammering applications

LEKATECH is a startup company founded in 2018 in Finland. Our solid team is committed in revolutionizing hammering technologies. As the carrier machines transform to electric, we believe direct electric drive is the future in hammering, too. The Lekatech linear motor technology is applicable in different end products.

Why electric hammering?

In today’s world environmental sustainability in all sectors has become very important. Limitations by legislation are getting stricter on energy efficiency and CO2 emissions. The cost of energy is not going down, either. Electric hammer reduces the use of energy by up to 80% with zero local CO2 emissions.

For an operator the effectiveness is often the most important feature of a working machine. With electric hammer significantly higher performance values are reached than with conventional technologies.But still, the most impressive advantage of electric hammer lies in its adjustability. Every blow and every gap between the blows can be adjusted individually and dynamically enabling unprecedented possibilities for hammering applications.

Lekatech technology is an embodiment of digitalization in hammering. It is a catalyst for the electric transformation in the ecosystem.

Conventional hydraulic technology

First application - Lekatech Electric Breaker Hammer

  • Enables use of electric carrier machines in a new magnitude
  • Enables digital business models
  • Brings the use possibilities of breaker hammers to a new era

Electric Transformation is a megatrend

Apart from the substantial benefits over conventional hammering technologies,
electric hammering offers the opportunity to widen the scope of hammering applications.

 

Contact Us

Antti Anttila

Partner, CEO

+358 40 742 6565
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Jyri Peltola

Partner, Product development

+358 50 381 6501
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Tuomo Peltola

Partner, Chairman of the Board

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This project has received funding from
the European Union's Horizon 2020 research
and innovation programme under grant agreement No 866754