TW Tools and TW Engineering have just supplied a local council with specially modified Hydraulic Manhole Cover Lifters.
Standard Manhole Lifters are too small to lift their particular covers and would not lift the cover with adequate clearance so TW Tools designed and manufactured one to suit their requirements. They are primarily used for lifting the large manhole covers which have recently been installed in a brand new water park.
www.twtools.co.uk can supply standard Hydraulic Manhole Cover Lifters or they can be modified to suit individual requirements.
The links below show why the TW Tools Hydraulic Cutter is widely used by the telecoms industry for cutting their 3″ copper cable- it cuts through with ease, all the operator has to do is hold the cutter and pull the trigger.
This cutter is designed for cutting up to 76mm/3″ diameter copper cables.
TW Engineering’s hydraulic cable cutters have been manufactured in accordance with our Quality Standards ISO 9001.
The cable cutters operate at approximately 100 bar. There is a shoulder strap for ease of use.
For safety reasons the cutting jaws will not operate unless the two levers (front and back) are applied.
Weight 8.5 Kg.
This product is used by the telecoms industry.
To buy these cutters and for more information please go to TW Tools Hydraulic Cable Cutter.
The TW Tools Hydraulic Manhole Cover Lifter is used by some of the UK’s largest utility companies. It allows for a single person lift of heavy manhole covers and therefore helps reduce back injuries. An essential item when considering Health and Safety.
These Hydraulic Manhole Lifters are in stock now.
Please contact us for information on which keys lift which manhole covers. If there isn’t one readily available off-the-shelf TW Tools can manufacture one to your requirements.
110v Kettles are now in stock.
Click here to purchase- 110v Kettles
It is normally required, under Health and Safety regulations, when working on site, to use only 110 Volts.
Anyone working with power tools professionally should seriously consider working with 110 Volts.
The HSE expects support from industry on the best practice of using 110v or lower powered tools as they have been proven not to kill anyone who use them.