Hydraulic torque wrench manufacturer and supplier
Hydraulic torque wrench is one kind of power tool designed to exert torque on a faster to
achieve proper tightening or loosening of a connection through the
use of hydraulics. Hydraulic torque wrench is applied to the nut
either directly or in conjunction with an impact socket. Hydraulic
torque wrenches apply a predetermined, controlled amount of torque
to a properly lubricated fastener.
Hydraulic wrenches are widely used. Hydraulic torque wrench is an
important tool for the installation and disassembly of large-sized
bolts in the construction, maintenance and repair of shipbuilding,
petrochemical, wind power, hydropower, thermoelectric, mining,
machinery, steel mills, rubber, pipelines and other industries.
There is no substitute for other tools, which is not only
convenient to use, but also provides very accurate torque, and the
accuracy reaches about ±3 %.
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Model choose tips:
The selection of hydraulic wrench is determined by bolt size,
torque requirements and space range.
- Bolt size, firstly, need to confirm the specification of the bolt,
metric or imperial, and the bolt size. If including many different
size of nuts, we suggest choose different model of hydraulic torque
wrench according to nuts size and torque force.
- The specification and strength grade of bolts are the most critical
parameters of hydraulic torque wrench selection.
- Space position of bolts and nuts, if the space permitted, PDTA
square drive hydraulic torque wrench and PDCT low profile hydraulic
torque wrench are suitable, if the space is narrow, we suggest to
adopt the PDCT series of wrench.
- 1 ) One model of hydraulic wrench can only solve several similar
bolts, usually with 1 - 10 impact sockets;
2 ) it is best for qualified manufacturers to use an electric pump
with two wrench heads, and use it diagonally, which can improve
efficiency and torque more accurately.
3 ) hydraulic wrenches must be used by special personnel, kept by
special personnel and often maintained, such as oil change and