Torque = Force x Length
When determining a torque, there are several things to consider:
A hydraulic wrench is an adjustable torque wrench that can be used to tighten nuts to a very precise torque (+/- 3%).
It all depends on the type of screw application, as well as the constraints related to the application or its environment.
If the key gets stuck, you can disengage the HYTORC hydraulic keys thanks to the release levers on each side of the key, no need to hit with a hammer!
A wrench is used with a pressure of 700 bars, supplied by the hydraulic pump.
The reaction arm recovers the clamping force exerted by the wrench.
It must be placed so that the edge of the heel comes to rest on a fixed part of the application.
The inlets and outlets are the male and female connections that you will find on all pumps, there is no precise assembly to respect.
You will find on every HYTORC pump a knob to be screwed in to increase the pressure or to be unscrewed to decrease the pressure of the pump.
It is used to oil the air motor of the pump.
The pressure is between 4 and 6 bars and the required air flow is 950l/minute.
The required air flow is 950l/minute.
It is a pneumatic or electric motor that drives a square conductor through a gear reducer
The HYTORC Clamp is a mechanical pre-tensioning system that is mounted directly on the threaded rod.
The Clamp serves as both a pre-tensioner and a nut and is driven by a hydraulic torque wrench. Moreover, it also cancels the reaction of the latter.