Hydraulic and pneumatic torque joint tightening
The Hydraulic Torque Wrench was invented in Houston by George A.
The wrenches were first launched in the market in early 1960’s in basic form.
Since it introduction in the early 1960s, the hydraulic torque wrench has seen many technological advancements.
Some of these changes have been made for safety and ergonomics, others for convenience and economic gain.
Today’s hydraulic torque wrench features lighter weight, actuation that triggers the tools, small nose radius for tight spaces, multi-position reaction members and the capability of operation multiple tools at the same time from a 10,000 PSI single hydraulic torque power pack, like the TORC Dynamic.