The EFCip electric torque multipliers are built to increase joint accuracy and integrity. In industries that demand leak-free joints or preventing bolting failures, the philosophy of “getting it right the first time” should be adopted by all industries. The ability to properly and securely fasten joints such as flanges with gaskets is important for critical applications where leakage or rupturing of the connection can have disastrous, costly or environmental implications.
Built to withstand harsh, demanding bolting applications, the EFCip electric torque multiplier provides convenience and power. Selecting the right heavy torque tool for the job is crucial. When it comes to turning nuts and bolts, especially stubborn corroded ones, what could be more basic than power? A torque multiplier is a simple tool and concept. The gearing inside enables small amounts of input to produce large amounts of torque output. The electric multiplier improves worker safety, efficiency and productivity by ensuring threaded bolts and fasteners are properly tightened.
Featuring a high performance brushless motor design that enhances durability and reduces the standard maintenance costs the electric torque multipliers are a cost efficient fastening solution. The EFCip tool features an IP54 classification, which protects the tool against dirt, dampness and spattered water.
What is an IP classification code? It is a rating system that defines an enclosure’s protective capacity. An IP code is an International Protection Marking, IEC standard 60529, that rates and classifies the degree of protection provided against the intrusion of foreign matter and water into an electrical enclosure. The IP protection classes define, where and how a device can be used without attaining a safety risk. The first number explains the degree to which a device is protected against foreign particles. The second number designates the level of protection against water infiltration.
– (5) Protection from dust deposits
– (4) Protection from splashed water
These tools are suitable for many industries like locomotive, shipyards, wind energy, industrial, mining, oil & gas, power plants, construction, nuclear and aerospace. Engineered to decrease bolting time and prevent tightening failures the EFCip tools are a cost effective bolting solution. Mountz torque multipliers provide precision torque control, making it easier and often safer to assemble and service threaded fasteners while reducing application problems and tool costs. Making a safer world through accuracy and precision is the core purpose of Mountz, Inc.
When installing or removing heavy-duty fasteners that require power, precision and safety, the Mountz electric torque multipliers are the only solution. Without the hassle of an air hose, an electric torque multiplier simply plugs into a power outlet. The speed, frequency and torque output of the electric torque multiplier is correspondingly regulated and controlled with a built-in controller. Mountz offers various EFCip models covering a torque range of 52 to 4,646 foot-pounds. With a universal AC Input (100-253V / 45-66 Hz), the multiplier can operate anywhere in the world.
From tightening large industrial bolts used in wind turbine gearbox assemblies to bolting maintenance applications, the Mountz electric torque multipliers achieve precision torque in a quick, cost-efficient manner. The electric torque multiplier shuts-off when pre-set torque is achieved. It’s a non-impacting tool and operates at a smooth, continuous rotation. The multiplier tool increases speed and productivity, as it is faster than a hydraulic wrench and is less expensive. The tool eliminates the cumbersome set up time and slow ratcheting process of hydraulic wrenches. The electric torque multiplier is also ergonomically safer than the harmful hammering of impact wrenches and eliminates the frequent costly repairs of impact wrenches.
Using a quality torque multiplier makes a safer world through accuracy and precision. Controlling torque is essential for companies to ensure their product’s quality, safety and reliability isn’t compromised. The failure of a five-dollar bolt that isn’t properly tightened can lead to catastrophic or latent failures. Fasteners that are insufficiently fastened can vibrate loose and excessive torque can strip threaded fasteners.