Type D Hydraulic torque wrench

ITH D-Flex Cassette-Type Hydraulic Torque Wrench: Precision Meets Flexibility
Unlock the power of versatility with the ITH D-Flex Cassette-Type Hydraulic Torque Wrench, a flexible solution for your bolting needs. This hydraulic torque wrench stands out with its innovative features and design

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Key Features:


Flexible Cassette-Type Design: Each cylinder unit of the hydraulic torque wrench can accommodate up to 8 cassettes with different across flats (A/F), offering exceptional adaptability.


Quick Change Mechanism “QUICK-AND-GO”: Easily interchange between the cylinder and cassette by hand, thanks to the quick change mechanism. No additional tools are required, ensuring efficiency and convenience.


Compact and Lightweight: The tool’s compact and lightweight dimensions, achieved through reduced head radiuses and an extra low-profile design, guarantee easy handling on any site.


Beneficial for All Bolting Applications: Reduced D-Flex head radiuses make this hydraulic torque wrench suitable for a wide range of bolting applications. It’s designed to match pipe flange standards, including ASME B16.5 (class 300 to class 2,500) and MSS SP-44 (class 150 to 900).


Additional Features:


Flexible Support Options: Choose from various support options to suit your specific requirements.


Ready for Overhead Applications – TORQUE FIX: Ideal for overhead applications, ensuring both safety and performance.


Power Wrench Sockets: Equipped with power wrench sockets for enhanced efficiency.


Dual-Hose TWIN Swivel Connector: The dual-hose TWIN swivel connector ensures reliable and flexible operation.


Reduced Head Radiuses: The reduced head radiuses enhance the versatility of this hydraulic torque wrench.


Experience the next level of precision, adaptability, and ease of use with the ITH D-Flex Cassette-Type Hydraulic Torque Wrench. It’s a game-changer for your bolting operations.
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