MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (January 26, 2021) – Efficiency, durability, and ergonomic design are the focus of a refreshed nut splitter line from Enerpac. The new line consists of three different series of nut splitters. With 21 tools in all, it’s a diverse selection of products designed to suit a variety of applications.
When it comes to efficiency, the tools have an optimized cutting head geometry ideal for its application. For example, the Enerpac NSH and NSPH Series tools were designed for the oil and gas market and its cutting head was specially designed to tackle bolted pipeline flange joints. Another efficient feature is the dual blade design found on several models. Because nuts can be split from two sides in one action, it saves the operator valuable time.
For enhanced durability, the tools are heat treated and shock resistant to withstand minor impacts without damage. Durability also shines with features like heavy duty, steel chisels that can be reground as needed, models with a drop-tested revolving anchor point, and models that can tackle nuts with up to a max HRc-44 hardness.
Operators will appreciate the ergonomic design. A unique angled head and ergonomically designed and positioned handle makes the tool easy to work with and maneuver. Several models also feature an easy-to-use compact design.
The renewed Enerpac nut splitter portfolio includes:
- NC Series
- NSH Series
- NSPH Series
To learn more about the latest Enerpac tools, visit the Enerpac Innovations page on our website.
Enerpac is a global market leader in high pressure hydraulic tools, controlled force products, portable machining, on-site services and solutions for precise positioning of heavy loads. As a leading innovator with a 110-year legacy, Enerpac has helped move and maintain some of the largest structures on earth. When safety and precision matters, elite professionals in industries such as aerospace, infrastructure, manufacturing, mining, oil & gas and power generation rely on Enerpac for quality tools, services and solutions. For more information, visit www.enerpac.com.
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