Titan's Tri-Hold Wrench Opens New Doors

Press Release
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Tri-Hold Backup Wrench: Image credit Titan International

Titan Technologies International in final consideration for a contract with a global engineering firm for its Tri-Hold backup wrenches.

Titan say that their patented Tri-Hold backup wrench is stronger and more versatile than any other backup wrenches on the market. Because they are adjustable, one tool fits multiple nut sizes, saving the end-user both time and money compared to traditional slug wrenches. Furthermore, they work on both imperial and metric nuts.

Increased safety is the main consideration for this global contract. John Crawford, applications engineer at Titan explains, “The Titan Tri-Hold backup wrench features hands-free operation, and the ability to fit multiple size nuts with one tool. Hands-free operation and increased safety are achieved by using the three flats of the triangle on the wrench, the third flat is retained by an adjustable screw that secures the nut. For quick removal, it’s a simple loosening of the screw. No more hitting the wrench.”

Companies all over the world have been finding the Tri-Hold backup wrench from Titan to be superior in safety, durability and cost-savings. Titan expects to be awarded the large engineering contract in March 2013.

Titan Technologies is a worldwide leading manufacturer of hydraulic torque wrenches , pneumatic and electric torque wrenches, hydraulic tensioning and other high-end bolting solutions. Titan products are relied upon by a wide variety of industries, including oil and gas, mining and construction, power plants, shipyards, steel mills, locomotives, and off-road equipment and cranes. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Titan is privately held with offices worldwide and distribution in more than forty countries.


 

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