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Power Team introduces its Predator series, a new line of hydraulic pumps and tools, serving the global bolting industry.

According to Power Team, the company's new generation of electric torque wrench pump features much higher flow and automatic cycle operation, both of which result in higher productivity. The Predator pump can be operated continuously and also features low-amperage operation and a low-sound level.

In addition to the Predator electric-powered hydraulic pumps, are the new and durable steel-square drive and low-clearance torque wrenches. This torque wrench features more efficient and faster operation in a smaller envelope size, allowing the tool to be used in applications where space is limited.

For more information, go to powerteam.com

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