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HYTORC Power Torque Tools with torque multipliers lead the industry in vibration safety for heavy bolting applications. Operators still using impact wrenches on bolting projects worry that those tools place the workforce at high risk of Hand-Arm Vibration (HAV) injury. Users in the transportation, steel fabrication, construction and many other industries are discovering the hassles of administratively controlling, monitoring and limiting vibration exposure to impact wrenches is just not worth it when safer solutions are available. Newer electric and pneumatic powered torque tools with efficient torque multipliers deliver ten-times lower hand and arm vibration than impact wrenches and still get the job done efficiently. All HYTORC Power Torque Tools provide smooth and quiet operation, transfer low vibration and are safer for the operator even under extended use.
Low Vibration Electric Tools - HYTORC Electric Torque Tools provide the ultimate in portability with efficient motor operation and smooth quiet gearbox. The Electric Tools are designed for optimal ergonomics with high torque yet with smooth operation reducing vibration across all torque sizes.
Low Vibration Pneumatic Tools - All HYTORC Pneumatic Torque Tools are designed with highly efficient and smooth torque multipliers that transfer lower vibration than other tools. All of these tools deliver higher performance with workforce safety in mind by exposing the bolting operator to lower vibration.
Select Power Torque Tools With Torque-Multipliers - When planning repetitive bolting operations, low-vibration power torque tools with torque multipliers such as HYTORC Electric and Pneumatic Torque Tools are recommended to minimize risk. All of these tools have vibration exposure that is ten times less than impact bolting tools. These tools are certified with declared vibration less than the Exposure Action Value (EAV) of 2.5 m/s2. HYTORC Electric and Pneumatic Tools have measured vibration values less than 1.5 m/s2. These tools can be used by an operator on a bolting job for an entire day while remaining in the "low risk" category and without concern of HAV injury.
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