Torque Multiplier

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A torque multiplier is a mechanical device designed to increase the torque applied to a fastener, such as a nut or bolt, by multiplying the force exerted on it. It typically consists of a gearbox with gears or other mechanisms that allow the user to apply a relatively small force while generating a much larger torque output at the tool end. This tool is commonly used in situations where high levels of torque are required for tightening or loosening large and tightly secured fasteners, such as those found in heavy machinery or industrial applications.

1. Length of main machine: 380mm
2. Transimission ratio 1: 68
3. Rated output torque: 3800 N.m
4. Square drive: 25mm
5. Includes two 1 ” impact socket: 32
and 33mm
6. Packed by blowing box

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Uses

  1. Heavy Machinery Maintenance:
    • Torque multipliers are commonly used in the maintenance and repair of heavy machinery, such as construction equipment, agricultural machinery, and industrial machines. These machines often have large and tightly secured bolts that require significant torque for proper assembly or disassembly.
  2. Automotive Industry:
    • In the automotive sector, torque multipliers are employed for tasks like changing heavy-duty vehicle tires, particularly in commercial trucks and buses where lug nuts are often torqued to high levels.
  3. Aerospace Applications:
    • Aircraft maintenance and assembly involve large bolts and fasteners that require precise and high torque. Torque multipliers are used to ensure proper tightening and security of these components.
  4. Oil and Gas Industry:
    • Torque multipliers are utilized in the assembly and maintenance of equipment in the oil and gas industry, including drilling rigs and pipeline infrastructure. Large bolts and flanges in these applications often require substantial torque.
  5. Power Generation:
    • Turbines, generators, and other components in power plants have large bolts that need precise torque application. Torque multipliers assist in achieving the necessary torque levels for proper assembly and maintenance.
  6. Railroad Maintenance:
    • In the maintenance of railroads and trains, torque multipliers are used for tasks such as tightening bolts on rail tracks, assembling or disassembling components of trains, and maintaining railway infrastructure.
  7. Mining Equipment:
    • Heavy-duty mining equipment, such as excavators and drilling machines, have large bolts that require significant torque for proper functioning. Torque multipliers are used in the maintenance and repair of these machines.
  8. Shipbuilding and Maritime Industry:
    • Ship assembly and maintenance involve large and heavy components, often requiring high torque for secure fastening. Torque multipliers are valuable tools in shipbuilding and maritime applications.
  9. Bridge and Infrastructure Construction:
    • Large-scale construction projects, including the assembly and maintenance of bridges and other infrastructure, involve the use of torque multipliers for tightening bolts and nuts in critical structural components.
SKU: AHS69222 Category:

size

6.03 KG

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the user manual provided by the manufacturer. Understand the tool’s specifications, recommended operating procedures, and any safety precautions outlined in the manual.
  2. Use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles, gloves, and, if necessary, hearing protection. PPE helps protect against potential hazards such as flying debris or noise.
  3. Inspect the Torque Multiplier:
    • Before each use, inspect the torque multiplier for any signs of damage, wear, or malfunction. Check that all components are in good condition, including the gearbox, handle, and any attachments.
  4. Verify Torque Settings:
    • Double-check and set the torque multiplier to the correct torque value as specified by the manufacturer. Using the correct torque setting is crucial for the safe and effective tightening or loosening of fasteners.
  5. Secure Workpiece and Tools:
    • Ensure that the workpiece and the torque multiplier are securely positioned and stabilized. Use appropriate fixtures or supports to prevent movement during operation. Make sure the tool is properly secured to the fastener.
  6. Position Yourself Correctly:
    • Stand in a stable and balanced position while operating the torque multiplier. Be aware of your surroundings and ensure that there is enough space to operate the tool safely.
  7. Apply Force Smoothly:
    • Apply force smoothly and steadily. Avoid sudden or jerky movements, as they can lead to loss of control or over-torquing. Use a controlled and gradual approach to reach the desired torque.
  8. Use Proper Accessories:
    • Ensure that you are using the correct sockets, adapters, and accessories recommended by the manufacturer. Using improper attachments can compromise the tool’s performance and safety.
  9. Avoid Excessive Force:
    • Do not apply excessive force or use cheater bars or other extensions to the torque multiplier. Doing so can lead to inaccurate torque application, damage the tool, or cause injury.
  10. Store Properly:
    • Store the torque multiplier in a dry and secure location when not in use. Keep it away from extreme temperatures, corrosive substances, or any conditions that could affect its performance.
  11. Regular Maintenance:
    • Perform regular maintenance as per the manufacturer’s recommendations. This may include lubrication, cleaning, and periodic inspections to ensure the tool remains in good working condition.
  12. Training and Certification:

Ensure that operators are adequately trained and certified to use torque multipliers. Training should cover proper usage, safety protocols, and emergency procedures

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  1. Amalia Sande

    Reliable hardware, no regrets.

    Amalia Sande

  2. Devin Mark

    So happy with my purchase.

    Devin Mark