Are you making the most out of your pulse tools?
An hydraulic impulse tool, or “pulse tool” for short, is a good option for many common assembly operations in the industry. Lower noise levels, better accuracy and torque adjustment are key benefits versus impact wrenches, and the possibility of one-handed operations even at higher torque is a key benefit compared to direct-drive nutrunners.
A pulse tool’s features make it suitable for quality critical applications, but it also requires a higher investment compared to simpler technologies. Both these facts mean that it is of high interest to keep the tool’s performance stable over a long period.
In order to get the most out of a pulse tool’s investment, there are three key areas that need attention.
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