Aipi, a professional wrench manufacturer, introduces the working principle of hydraulic wrench in detail:
The general hydraulic wrench is to tighten or disassemble some bolts (components: head and screw). Because the bolt is tightened for a long time, sometimes it is difficult to take it off. When disassembling, it needs to be completed with the help of the force of the hydraulic wrench. Especially for those larger bolts, the hydraulic wrench is very convenient in installation and disassembly, and saves a lot of time.

The normal operation of the hydraulic wrench is mainly due to the influence of torque, which is composed of the hydraulic pump and high-pressure oil pipe. These accessories are transmitted to the working head, so that it will drive the working head to rotate the nut, so that it can be easily tightened and loosened. The hydraulic wrench can also be driven by electricity and compressed air, which is a better way.
The use of the whole hydraulic wrench facilitates the installation and removal of the bolts. There are several types of hydraulic spanner. In different working environment, we should choose the appropriate spanner, so as to play the maximum value of spanner. Hydraulic wrench is the abbreviation of hydraulic torque wrench. It is a professional bolt tool for bolt installation and disassembly, which is powered by hydraulic pressure and provides large torque output. It is often used to tighten and loosen bolts larger than one inch. Hydraulic wrench is composed of working head, hydraulic pump and high pressure oil pipe.
Above is all of working principle of hydraulic wrench, i hope it will help you in your work.

Principle of Hydraulic Wrench

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