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Hydraulic Tensioning Hand Pump

The TensionPro two-stage hydraulic hand pumps are furnished with an included pressure gauge, ensuring precise pressure management for users. The gauge is seamlessly affixed to the pump and safeguarded by a purpose-designed pump lever. The dual-stage operation streamlines pump usage, enabling swift and effortless attainment of working pressure for the associated tensioner or equipment. Their sturdy construction guarantees reliable performance even amidst rough handling and challenging operational scenarios. Distinguished by their durability, these pumps are excellently adapted to withstand demanding conditions present in rugged environments such as workshops, as well as other mobile and industrial settings.

Features 

  • Light and strong aluminium tank
  • 700, 1000, 1500 and 2500 bar options
  • Dual scale psi/bar 100mm gauge
  • Single scale MPa gauge option
  • Fitted with Quick Connector outlet
  • Mounting holes for fixed installations
  • Pressure tested and certified
Part Number Max Pressure Reservoir Pump Stroke Capacity cm3 Max Handle Effort Weight Size
bar psi liter Low High N Kg l x w x h mm
PHSL- 700 700 10,000 2.4 20 2 320 9.9  620x130x170
PHSS-1000 1000 14,500 1 20 1 230 8.1  620x130x170
PHSL- 1000 1000 14,500 2.4 20 1 230 9.9  620x130x170
PHSS-1500 1500 21,750 1 20 1 370 8.1  620x130x170
PHSL- 1500 1500 21,750 2.4 20 1 370 9.9  620x130x170
PHSL- 2500 2500 36,250 2.4 20 0.7 460 10.5  620x130x170

 

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The common maximum pressure for a hydraulic tensioning pump can range from 700 to 10,000 psi, providing the necessary hydraulic force for tensioning applications.

Hydraulic pumps in tensioning applications typically run intermittently, engaging when tensioning is required and disengaging when the desired tension is achieved. This controlled operation conserves energy and enhances pump longevity.

Hydraulic tensioning focuses on applying tension to bolts, ensuring even and controlled clamping force. Torquing, on the other hand, involves tightening bolts by applying rotational force. Tensioning is preferred for critical joints requiring precise and uniform force distribution.

Hydraulic tensioning is a method of tightening bolts by using hydraulic force to stretch the bolt, ensuring even and controlled tension. It is crucial for applications where precise and uniform clamping force is essential.

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