Hydraulic wedge spreader is used for lifting a load from a flat surface where the least supplement space is available. It is suitable for maintenance, assembly, adjustment, and alignment.
Lightweight and compressed hydraulic wedges
Hydraulic wedges, or else known as flange spreaders or lifting wedges, are used to lift hefty loads or to separate parts of a building from one another. The shape of the hydraulic wedge makes it possible to use it with a negligible insertion space. There are hydraulic wedges that only lift precipitously and wedges that can be used in all locations. Most hydraulic wedges are trivial and compact and can therefore be used in small spaces where it is not likely to use other lifting mechanisms.
Wedge for the vertical lifting process
The Holmatro wedge is used for vertical lifting and has a special construction that enables a perfectly straight lifting movement, which stops the load from tilting. Very appropriate for lifting objects with a limited insertion space and available in RIVERLAKE HYDRAULIC. The lifting wedge is supplied with a security block, step block, grease pistols, grease cartridge, and plastic storage boxes. The mechanical lifting plate retracts mechanically and needs a minimum insertion space.
Lifting loads from a flat surface using hydraulic wedges
RIVERLAKE HYDRAULIC wedges have been developed to lift a load from an even surface that has minimal additional space. They make an opening from which to jump in spaces other tools cannot get to. This makes dispersal wedges suitable for many different applications such as lifting machines, spreading flanges, assembly, adjustment, and alignment. Hydraulic spreading wedges are designed to separate flanges without damaging them. Flange spreaders are used in specific for maintenance work. It is also likely to use several spread wedges next to one another in order to spread all the force. Separation of persistent joints for inspection and maintenance, chiefly those fitted with ring grooves or those with external forces acting on them is often problematic to separate. The use of hammers and lever bars can harm components and present a potential safety risk. Friction-free and parallel wedge movement with a unique interlock wedge design removes flange damage and the risk of spreading arm failure
- It requires a small access gap of 6mm
- It has a Stepped spreader arm design and each step can spread under a full load
- It has stepped blocks that can be used to increase the wedge opening
- It includes safety blocks and stepped block
- The Model number is HHP-1481
- Maximum spreading force is 14tonne
- Tip clearance is 6mm
- Maximum spread is 81mm
- It is supplied with a 3/8″ NPT Female Coupler and also with a dust cap
- Total Weight is 10.2kg
- The sole interlocking wedge design features no first step bending or risk of slithering out of the flange joint
- This unique design needs a very small access gap of 6 mm and is capable of creating a gap up to 3.3″ when using both step blocks.
- A total of huge tons of force is available at every step including the primary step. 2 hydraulic flange spreaders can create up to 30 tons of spreading force.
- Rare moving parts mean durability and negligible tool maintenance. Any care is simple and easy to achieve on this flange spreader.
- A superior coating is applied to reduce slippage, further increasing worker safety.
- No forces are shaped that would propel the spreading wedge from the flange like a characteristic hammered wedge. see IL. 2
- A solid descending wedge between the flange speaker jaws removes jaw breakage and the potential of flanges flaming together causing worker harm or an equipment damage
The RIVERLAKE hydraulic flange spreader can be used during
- The commissioning
- The construction
- The routine maintenance
- The shutdowns or outages
- The testing processes
- The valve change-outs
Special Features of the hydraulic flange spreader
- sole interlocking first step
- The deep 15 mm secure hold on the first step
- It requires an access gap of only 6 mm
- It is a robust lightweight tool
- It has a spreading force of 30 T from 10,000 psi of hydraulic pressure
- It has an automatic mechanical retraction
- This Requires a very small access gap of only 6 mm
- It Includes safe blocks and stepped blocks
- It has a Self-contained Hydraulic Wedge Spreader
- Many Manual hydraulic blocks to upsurge wedge opening up to 81 mm
- It is a safe and reliable hydraulic system
- It is operated by a hydraulic pump with rated pressure of 700 bar
- It is Used to stepped blocks to increase wedge opening
Operating Benefits of hydraulic flange spreader
- It has a secure hold on each step
- It has quick and easy operation
- It saves time
- It saves cost
- It is a safe operation
- It is portable
Separation of persistent joints for inspection and maintenance, chiefly those fitted with ring grooves or those with external forces acting on them is often problematic to separate. The use of hammers, chain blocks, and big lever bars can damage joint mechanisms and present a potential safety risk. Friction-free and parallel wedge movement with a unique interlocking wedge design eliminates flange damage and the risk of spreading arm failure. The Stepped spreaders are designed and each step can spread under a full load.