HYTORC sockets are used more often, by more industries on more applications than all other brands combined.Worldwide Warranty“YOU BREAK ITUNDER NORMALUSE....WE FIX ITFREE OF CHARGE”
Not only does HYTORC’s broad range of superior award-winning hydraulic torque/tension wrenches meet high industrial quality standards, but so do our sockets.
When it comes to power driving tools, HYTORC sockets are the only answer.
Our sockets are ISO 8001 Quality certified and ISO 14001 certified for their environmental management systems.
The latest technology is used to calculate optimal socket configurations. Stress simulations also includes nut-running elements and fasteners. Breaking & tensile strength, material fatigue, resistance to wear are verified on test equipment.
Each batch of HYTORC sockets are tested for hardness. A versatile heat treatment department fully equipped for tempering, annealing, casehardening, nitro carburzing, nitride hardening, and carbonnitriding secures the right properties for our sockets.
Machine operated sockets shall be marked permanently and legibly. The coating shall consist of chemically produced oxide coating followed with a coating of rust preventative. Chrome or nickel plating must not be used for machine operated sockets. A fully automated system provides a durable black oxide and rust preventative finish.
INTRODUCING…….The ECO LINE!
The new coating, ECO LINE, has been developed with the aim to protect the environment through an environmentally friendly manufacturing process, but also to help HYTORC’s clients worldwide to respond to new environmental targets.
Until today, black oxide has been the most common coating used on impact sockets because paint and chromium is not approved by ISO standards. Years of reasearch and testing has provided that ECO LINE, with its light silver hue, meets or exceeds all the performance characteristics of previous products.
Additionally, the new socket coating has other advantages. For example, improved observation of the socket rotation and code stamping while being used by the operator in cramped and poorly lit surroundings.