The SG18TE In-line secure grip bolt-hole spreader can be used on all flange types with bolt-hole sizes ranging from 2.34" (59.5 mm) to 2.95" (75 mm). This high-end, hydraulic model offers up to 20.2 imperial tons (180 kN) of spreading force.
MAX SPREAD (mm)
18 Metric Ton
1 x SG18TE Tool c/w Hydraulic Cylinder
1 x Spreading plug
1 x 10,000 psi (700 bar) HP550S Sealed Hand Pump with Gauge
1 x 10,000 psi (700 bar) Hydraulic Hose, 78.7" (2 m)
1 x 12" (300 mm) Vernier Calliper
1 x 0.5" (12.5 mm) Spacer Plate
1 x 5 mm Allen Key
1 x 2.0" (50 mm) Spacer
1 x Safety Block
2 x M60 (2 3/8") Collets
2 x M64 (2 1/2") Collets
2 x M70 (2 3/4") Collets
1 x Instruction Manual
1 x Carry Case with protective foam inserts
Our employees have experience in the following areas:
The employees at kNm Hydraulikk are committed to delivering fast, accurate and safe solutions to our customers. We specialize in developing tailor-made solutions for our clients.
kNm Hydraulikk has an extensive selection of tools available in our rental park. We offer products for rental that can facilitate work within torque, tension, flanges, subsea bolt tightening and HSE products that prevent falling objects and crush injuries.
Some applications are more challenging than others. For example, there may be access problems with standard equipment. In such cases, the R&D department at kNm Hydraulikk can help you with tailor-made solutions.
kNm Hydraulikk offer courses in flange work acording to NS-EN 1591-4 (formerly known as Norwegian Oil and Gas and OLF Guideline 118). The course provides knowledge in preparation, planning, execution, and documentation of work on bolt tensioning of flange connections on pressurized systems.
Accurate tension of bolted connections requires knowledge and experience. Our products have patented solutions that combine both speed and accuracy.
Quality is our trademark, and our proof is our satisfied customers. kNm Hydraulikk holds its subcontractors and their products to a very high standard. We manufacture our equipment in the US, UK, Sweden, and Germany.