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HYTORC, a division of UNEX Corp. based in Mahwah, N.J., has introduced a new pneumatic torque tool. The FLIP is available in four sizes for a torque range between 200 and 5,400 foot-pounds and bolt sizes from 0.5-inch to 2-inch diameter.

Pre-torque of fasteners for parallel joint closure is accomplished quickly with up to 1,800 revolutions per minute, according to HYTORC.

According to the company, the FLIP is fast and vibration- and echo-free. Also, the dual-speed torque tools are limited to not more than 100 revolutions per minute to avoid injury with swinging reaction arms.

For more information visit hytorc.com.



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