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Atlas Copco Intros Pulse Nutrunner
Programmable torque tool.
Auburn Hills, MI — Atlas Copco Tools & Assembly Systems LLC has introduced the Pulsor C pulse nutrunner with enhanced control and monitoring features with an ergonomic advantage. Pulse tools have long been known for their fast run-down speeds and good ergonomics. Pulsor C offers all the advantages of a traditional pulse tool plus increased accuracy.

The tool has the intelligence to adapt pressure automatically to the joint characteristics during setup to ensure the target torque is delivered. This specialized impulse nutrunner system provides the same high torque accuracy in both hard and soft joints with automatic shut-off when the target torque is reached. Monitoring features of the Pulsor C system account for angle, number of pulses, rundown and tightening times, rundown and pulsing pressures. The built-in intelligence also helps boost productivity; the tool is extremely easy to set up with all adjustments made directly in the software. The system also offers multiple P-set: a single tool provides up to 100 different P-sets.

Because Pulsor C is reaction-free, it does not need a reaction arm and can be operated with just one hand at high torques with its well-balanced, compact, and light-weight design. With low noise and vibration levels, Pulsor C is a tool that offers good all-around ergonomics.

Contact: Atlas Copco Tools & Assembly Systems LLC, 2998 Dutton Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326 248-373-3000 fax: 248-373-3001 Web:
http://www.atlascopco.us

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