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Texas-based Aztec Bolting Services Inc. has announced its latest tool: a new-generation electric tensioner pump designed for bolting applications, specifically in the wind and power generation industries.

"The tool has a unique footprint; it is 65 percent smaller than anything on the market," says Larry Garza, owner of Aztec Bolting Services Inc. "Portability and compact design are key in our industry, and this tool has them both.”

The company says other design features include fast pressure-up and retract, a calibrated digital gauge, a multi-functional intrinsically safe remote control, and certified one point lift.



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