The provided 10 ton hydraulic puller is designed for removing bearings, pulleys, and gear components. Two or three jaw hydraulic puller with a max stroke 60mm, max lateral pull 250m and a max longitudinal pull 170mm, are faster and more efficient than traditional mechanical pullers.
- Model: ATO-HHL-10
- Output: 10 ton
- Lateral Pull Distance: 50~250mm
- Max Longitudinal Drawing Saw: 170mm
- Max Stroke: 60mm
- Package Size: 43x33x11cm
- Weight: 11kg
- 2/3 jaw hydraulic puller with a detachable handle and 360 pressure direction, which is easy to use in confined spaces.
- The hydraulic cylinder adopts solid steel integral processing and forming design, which has a high safety factor.
- The hydraulic puller can be used both horizontally and vertically. The elastic thimble can accurately locate the center. Both the claw hook and the claw hook frame are forged with high-strength alloy steel that is not easily deformed.
Note: 5 ton, 10 ton, 15 ton and 20 ton hydraulic pullers are packed in plastic boxes to store tools and accessories, and 30 ton and 50 ton hydraulic pullers are packed in wooden boxes.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
2/3 Jaw Installation Diagram
ATO hydraulic pullers are commonly used in the automotive, manufacturing and repair industries to remove press-fit components such as bearings, gears, pulleys, bushings, sleeves, couplings and other similar parts.
Tips: What types of parts can a hydraulic puller remove?
A hydraulic puller can remove various types of press-fit parts, including bearings, gears, pulleys, bushings, sleeves, couplings, and other similar components. These parts are typically used in machinery, equipment, vehicles, and other applications where they need to be press-fitted or pressed into place. Hydraulic pullers are commonly used in industries such as automotive, manufacturing, and maintenance, where heavy-duty components need to be removed for repair or replacement. The hydraulic force generated by the puller makes it easier and more efficient to remove these components, saving time and effort while minimizing the risk of damage or injury.