OEMs and end users in the turbomachinery industry are routinely faced with tooling and bolting challenges associated with traditional torqueing methods. Insufficient and non-uniform load distribution, insufficient gasket sealing, stud thread galling, and torque spikes all contribute to costly, time-consuming turnarounds.
These issues are common in rotating and reciprocating equipment in numerous industries including power generation, petrochemical, oil & gas, nuclear, mining, steel and others.
Hydraulic tensioning systems, available in both standard and custom designs, provide accurate, precise and repeatable performance, saving users both time and money. The Hydraulic Tensioning System is suitable for most applications including high temperature, limited spot face, high residual load applications and can be retrofitted to existing installation requirements.
This informative webinar, presented by Patrick McCormack, Business Development Manager of Riverhawk Company, will present several tensioning and joining solutions highlighting:
Tension v. Torque
How a Hydraulic Tensioning System will eliminate stud galling and reduce disassembly and reassembly time while extending hardware longevity
The use of simultaneous hydraulic tensioning of studs to avoid problems of insufficient loading such as inadequate flange closure
Rotational Equipment Challenges
Effective use of torque couplers on compressors, gearboxes, motors and fans to eliminate keys, splines tapered shafts and heat at assembly
Avoiding torque-related events such as spikes and torsional vibrations on critical equipment using effective shaft joining technologies
Eliminating rotational torque vibrations
Attendees will be free to pose additional questions which will be addressed at the webinar conclusion.
This webinar can help you in making informed decisions concerning new or retrofit bolting and tooling alternatives.
Register today to secure your spot in this free webinar!
Patrick McCormack | Business Development Manager | Riverhawk Company
Patrick McCormack is the Manager of Business Development for the Riverhawk Company, in New Hartford, New York. Mr. McCormack has over 15 years of experience in the Power Generation and Oil & Gas Industries. He began his career as a Design Engineer for a high performance power transmission coupling manufacture, advancing into Operations Management and then into Marketing and Sales in the turbomachinery market. Mr. McCormack has a B.S. degree (Mechanical Engineering) from the State University of New York Institute of Technology.