Aid for divers

Published:  01 August, 2014

james_walker_RotaBolt_Divers_Wheel_1.jpgJames Walker RotaBolt says one of the major benefits of RotaBolt measurement technology is its ease of use. In maintenance, it only requires a finger and thumb 'instant' check to see if the RotaCap is still locked on the head of the bolt indicating that the correct tension is being maintained across the joint. However matters become slightly more complex if the maintenance check is underwater involve a diver’s suit and gloves.

The company says the RotaBolt ‘Divers Wheel’ is the answer. The tool is a ‘female’ checking device which is manufactured to fit over the different sizes of RotaBolt indicator cap and is made up of 4 essential components - a nose piece containing the form of the indicator cap, a body which is gripped by the operator and a ball bearing/spring assembly which provides the required ratchet operation.

James Walker RotaBolt Ltd

+44(0)1384 214 442

www.rotabolt.co.uk

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