Mar 24, 2018

OEM introduces new bolting equipment

Global OEM, HTL Group, known for manufacturing 100 percent British-made controlled bolting equipment have introduced its new DSX Square Drive Torque Wrench Range.

Incorporating industry-first patented safety features, the new square drive tool from the OEM demonstrates its commitment to continually improve safety standards.  

Serious consideration to working at height applications was given throughout the design process on the DSX range. The OEM believes this range reduces incidents from dropped objects with unique features, including a fully retained, quick-release reaction arm. This remains connected to the tool while it is adjusted, in addition to a working-at-height connection point and safety handle as standard.

Reflecting HTL’s dedication to innovation and proactively responding to industry demands, the DSX illustrates continuous product development incorporating a high strength, low weight, slim-line uni-body design with only a few moving parts to reduce operating costs. A multi-direction stainless steel hose swivel completes the package.

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Headquartered in Northumberland with strategically placed facilities across the globe, the complete OEM range of solutions are all designed and manufactured in the U.K. and suited to all controlled bolting applications.

HTL Group’s culture is one of driving innovation to meet the highest quality and performance standards, understanding and endeavoring to exceed customer requirements at all times. Its in-house, highly skilled design team is confident and competent in delivering concept, design, rapid prototype, and 3D models.

“Working in partnership with our customers, we continue to develop and solve their problems using the latest 3D technology,” said Mike Johnson, group director of engineering. “Our policy is to innovate and provide cost effective solutions while maintaining operator safety and the highest product quality to ensure our products meet and exceed our customer’s needs.” 

Source: HTL Group

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