May 22, 2024

Leontine Toppi

Advanced Technology

How To Safely Select Hydraulic Pullers

3 min read

There are particular safety precautions to be taken when working with any machine, and high-powered hydraulic puller systems aren’t different. Additionally, every piece of equipment, such as the High-Pressure Hydraulic Pullers, is governed by particular precautions to protect users. Knowing these ensures that you get the most output possible while making sure you avoid injury and injury, which is always the highest priority.

Using a High-Pressure Hydraulic puller can deliver considerable force, so choosing the correct equipment is vitally important. The hydraulic puller 50-ton is an indispensable tool for heavy-duty applications that require the reliable and controlled removal of tight-fitting components. Below are some tips when selecting and using High-Pressure Hydraulic Pullers.

Size the Puller 

Choosing the suitable Puller is about understanding the Reach and the Spread Range of the Puller. You should also be aware of the dimensions of the piece you’re pulling.

Picking the Right Pump 

Knowing which pump suits the job will ensure the user is in control. When working with a Hydraulic Puller, Control is more important than speed.

  • Use a manual hydraulic hand Pump with a Puller to manage the gradual pressure release, ensuring maximal control throughout the work. Check that the volume of fluid usable is sufficient to extend the hydraulic piston. We at PowerX International have removed the guesswork out of choosing the correct pump using our cylinder/pump matrix, which can be found on page 5 of our catalogue.
  • When you use an electric Hydraulic Pump along with the Puller, select one with adequate flow to ensure the user has control throughout the entire time. The PowerX PE28 series works well for five up to 25 tons pullers, and the PE39 series is perfect for pullers that weigh 50 tons. The PowerX PE59 Series pumps work great for 100-ton and 200-ton puller systems.


Making sure you use the correct extensions to complete the task reduces the risk of damage to parts and increases the safety of the user. Be sure to replace damaged parts before use.

Equipment is Secured 

Before beginning the work, ensure that the workpiece and the Puller are stable and secure to ensure that they won’t fall off when removed from the mounting. The workpiece needs to rest on something else in addition to the Puller. This will avoid injuries or damage to the user and others around them.

Puller Types 

Two kinds of pullers have distinct characteristics: Two-Jaw and Three-Jaw. Knowing which one to choose for the job is essential to keep the user safe and the device in excellent condition. In the majority of cases, you should utilize a Three-Jaw Puller. This ensures a consistent force on the object you’re pulling. Sometimes, there isn’t enough space to fit three jaws. In this case, it is best to use a Two-Jaw puller to complete the job.

Before beginning any work, examine the equipment to ensure that it is in good condition and use the appropriate protective equipment; if possible, you can place a blanket over the workpiece while performing the task. Using and storing the equipment by the manufacturer’s instructions is also essential. This will prolong the lifespan of the equipment and also prevent injuries. | Newsphere by AF themes.