The Tramontina PRO gear pullers are designed to work in mechanical workshops and industrial maintenance. Ideal for fast jobs with little effort but great safety, the tools are used to draw out pulleys, bushings, bearings, and gears. Tramontina has different models and their respective spare parts for the most varied needs. It's a tool for PROs!
|Main Functions and Benefits||Forged and hardened chrome vanadium steel jaws.
Hardened chrome vanadium steel tip.
Hardened carbon steel spindle and support.
Chrome plated support and jaws.
Phosphated spindle and tip.
The jaws move in a parallel plane to adjust the opening.
The tool allows the jaws to be inverted for use on internal components.
The jaws and spindles on the gear pullers are tested for hardness and mechanical resistance.
The load test analyses the global resistance of the gear puller after the final assembly.
Some gear pullers have the option to invert the jaws. This allows internal extraction.
To draw out pullers, bush and bearings.
Tools are produced and tested according to specific standards.
|Recommendations for Use||
Wear safety glasses, gloves and others safety equipments according to the job.
Select the gear puller with capacity suitable for pulley or bush size.
Keep the gear puller spindle oiled for better performance and longer life.
Use only the3 jaws gear puller for pulleys or bushes made of weak materials, such as polyamide, bakelite, etc.
Use gear pullers with 2 or 3 jaws to extract pulleys or bushes with high mechanical resistance, such as in steel, aluminum, etc.
Place the gear pulleraccordingly on the pulley or bush before starting the extraction.
Do not strike the gear puller to place it on the pulley or bush.
Store in clean and dry place.
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TRAMONTINA PRO MODULAR STORAGE SYSTEMS: TAILOR MADE FURNITURE FOR MECHANICAL WORKSHOPS.
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