UPDATE 07/11/22: "15’ Twin Line Steel Braided Hydraulic Hose Included" line removed per Dave Ricca.
This guide arranges HYTORC Product and Service videos by category for easy reference. The guide provides a great self-paced learning program allowing the user to work their way through HYTORC videos one category at a time. Generally most all these vides are public and listed on our HYTORC YouTube channel.
SINGLE STAGE TENSIONERS
AUTO RETURN TENSIONERS
1500 BAR FITTING
1500 BAR POWER PACK
1500 BAR OUTLET MANIFOLD
1500 BAR FOUR OUTLET MANIFOLD
1500 BAR HOSE
AIR POWER PACK
TOMMY BAR SIZES (1500 BAR)
TOMMY BAR SIZES (TSR/TMR)
TOMMY BAR SIZES (1500 BAR and TSR/TMR)
HYTORC WASHER- 열 교환에 적용
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The HYTORC Offset Link provides an extension for HYTORC square drive tools allowing operators to tighten bolts that are difficult or impossible to reach with limited overhead clearance or nearby obstructions. The Offset Links also work great where bolts protrude above the nut where standard sockets won’t fit. The Offset Link provides interchangeable cartridges that allow the links to be quickly interchanged in the field to fit different size nuts. The HYTORC Offset Link delivers accurate torque from the square drive tool to the fastener to minimize operator error and improve safety.
The Offset Link is compatible with all HYTORC Hydraulic, Pneumatic and Electric Torque tools. The Offset Link comes in two basic drive types compatible with either ¾” and 1” square drives. The torque multiplication factor for each cartridge is clearly marked; simply multiply the factor by the desired torque and set the torque on the tool for accurate and repeatable bolting operations.
The attached article is one produced by the UK PEG team members Kevin Beaumont, Johnny Fairhurst and Andrew Grabowski as promoted on Linkedin during an LNG marketing campaign in 2020. Final draught produced by HYTORC Marketing.
The attached article is one devised by the UK PEG team members Kevin Beaumont and Johnny Fairhurst as part of a simple LNG promotional program run on Linkedin during 2020, with some base level content on factors of torque to load repeatability, and also basic bolt preparation. Final draught was produced by HYTORC marketing department.