Hydraulic nut splitters attach to a hydraulic pump to break corroded nuts to free the bolt. The nut splitter is located around the nut and a blade is pushed through the nut to cut it from the bolt. Industrial nut splitter tools are used to break the nuts in various applications, including off pipe flanges, and structures. A nut splitter is a tool used to remove spoiled or seized nuts from bolts and it is available in RIVER LAKE HYDRAULIC.
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Why are the nut splitters used?
Rusted nuts can become fixed to bolt shafts and be extremely problematic to remove. Nuts can become detained onto the threads of fasteners due to erosion. This can make eliminating them very difficult, and using a socket often makes matters worse, as they can slip, turning off the nut’s corners. The other methods of removing a spoiled nut have failed using a nut splitter can be the last solution.
While there are numerous ways you can try to remove a seized nut, each method will likely result in more harm to the nut, making the job harder. When other methods have been unsuccessful, using a nut splitter can be the last method to remove the nut. Nut splitters are a countless last resort if you need to eradicate a stubborn nut from an equally stubborn bolt. RIVERLAKE HYDRAULIC provides these nut splitters for the professional mechanic or for a DIY handyman, and this tool can be a real lifesaver.
Types of nut splitter
Nut splitters can be very handy and that much is beyond debate. Nut splitters characteristically come in one of the following forms:
- Ring frame nut splitters
- C-frame nut splitters
- Hydraulic nut splitters
The last thing you want to do is purchase a nut splitter that is too small for the task at hand. Similarly, you will also need to make certain the splitter’s design is fit for persistence. A bulky tool may not be appropriate for an awkward nut, so make sure you buy a splitter that can really access the problem nut.
How to use a nut splitter
You can buy all types of nut splitter from RIVERLAKE HYDRAULIC and can use them as below
If you are using a physical nut splitter:
- Remove the chisel and place the ring on the nut.
- Position the chisel on the nut so that the blade is opposite the flat side of the nut.
- Squeeze the screw to clamp the nut between the chisel and the edge of the ring, tightening more and further with a spanner until the nut is split.
If you are using a hydraulic nut splitter:
- Just connect the splitter to a hand pump or a battery-powered pump and then follow the steps for a manual splitter and the cutting blade will do the rest process.
Few Tips for using a nut splitter
Some experts of the game will also recommend putting a groove in place initially to get the ball rolling and make the splitting process cooler. This is an intelligent move as the groove weakens the constancy of the nut, allowing the chisel to penetrate more easily, which can be problematic if you attempt to do so without a pre-made incision. It is exactly the same principle as if the nut itself is the Death Star, the groove is the porthole and all you have got to do is lock-on and use the force!
The Hydraulic Nut Splitter
The HTL range of the Hydraulic Nut Splitters is the ideal tool that is used for eliminating seized and corroded nuts, eliminating the need for unsafe grinding or blaze cutting. They are designed with a single-acting spring return tube and boast a 360-degree rotation and lockable handle refining operator safety. With all parts entirely identical, the HTL Hydraulic Nut Splitters are fully compatible with positive other brands. The heavy-duty blades can also be effortlessly removed to enable replacement blades to be tailored.
Features of Nut Splitters
- It is designed to fit standard BS/ANSI flanges
- It has Triple edged exchangeable cutting blade
- It has a Blade positioning scale to eliminate bolt damage
- It has Adjustable cutting depth
- The Sizes range from about ¾ inch bolt diameters
- It is an Ergonomically designed and positioned handle
- It has a single acting spring return cylinder
The Nut Splitter range has been intended in response to industry calls for a more actual tool to split nuts on flange joints both onshore and offshore. In addition to being cost-effective and effectual, the Nut Splitter also meets standards for designing and developing tools that are safer to use.
Properties Of Hydraulic Nut Splitters
It is Safe: It has no sparks and no flames. It has no risk to volatile surroundings and no hammers or impact are needed.
It is Fast: IT Cuts a 3” hydraulic nut splitter in 20 seconds vs. approximately 20 minutes with a hammer and chisel or torch. No Damage to the bolt by calibrating the chisel so that only the hydraulic nut splitters are cut.
It is Versatile: Power hydraulic nut splitters chop the hardest nuts and the range of models differs.