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Hydraulic Pullers

Hydraulic pullers enable swift and easy removal of press-fitted parts, particularly bearings and gears. The hydraulic cylinder of all the pullers is easily detachable to allow the puller to be utilized in other hydraulic applications. Optimum versatility of maintenance for your life-time investment.

A hydraulic puller kit consists of unique combination of a hydraulic jaw and a strong back puller for use in various applications. Hydraulic spindle facilitates easy and quick dismounting, effortless generation of force. The jaw puller can be assembled as a three-armed or two-armed puller depending on the space and demands of the application.

The firm grip of the strong back puller behind the bearing’s inner ring reduces the force required to dismount the bearing. The special separator design of the strong back puller allows the puller to be used even in the tightest spaces.

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