Use hydraulic spreaders to push two surfaces apart without risk of the tool slipping out of the joint. Use them to separate large pipe flanges or pop open vehicle doors in an emergency. They require a hydraulic hand pump to operate.
These hydraulic spreaders have pin-type tips that are designed to fit into narrow, tight spaces to disassemble flanges.
Separate heavy flanges or lift heavy containers with these parallel-wedge hydraulic spreaders. Parallel steps on the wedges create a stable connection as the wedge slides between the parts to be separated, and both sides of the wedge remain parallel to each other as they separate to prevent slippage.
Slip these angular-wedge hydraulic spreaders into narrow gaps between parts to pry them apart. The leading edges of the wedges arc out as they move apart to increase the distance between the two sides of the objects being pried apart.