Bolting technology improvements highlighted in upcoming webcast

The latest improvements in industrial bolting technology enhance safety, job time and joint integrity. HYTORC will discuss these technological improvements, and discuss new customer service programs in an upcoming webcast. New Methods for Bolting Safety will take place May 29th. The webcast will feature four speakers from the HYTORC team: Chief Engineer Mike Dolan, President Eric Junkers, Director of Marketing Jason Junkers, and Technical Director Joe Paul.

The webcast will focus on technological improvements in industrial bolting, as well as HYTORC’s own recvently developed “Z Bolting System,” an innovative new product line. This line makes bolting significantly safer, faster and more accurate with minimal additional costs compared to other methods.

During the webcast, HYTORC will introduce its new customer service program. The program offers on-site repair and calibration, training courses with ASME and OSHA accreditation, tool rental, and more.

The webcast will also discuss hydraulic torque wrenches, tensioning systems, heat-induction systems, impact wrenches, pneumatic multipliers and more. The discussion should last about an hour, with time at the end for questions from listeners.

New Methods for Bolting Safety will take place May 29th at 1PM Central time. For more information, or to register, click here.

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