Adjustable Wrench Tutorial

In this short clip we show how to mount and use the adjustable wrench. This wrench can easily be adjusted to service nuts from 2" - 8”

Cone System Tutorial

Using the medium size cone attachment, we show how simple and effective it is to secure a cylinder rod eye in order to dismantle the cylinder. The cones are offered in small, medium and large sizes and service rod eyes from 3/4" up to 15". In this cylinder you can see how the AccuraTorque head is moved to secure the cylinder rod eye in the tail stock so the cylinder can be opened or closed.

Custom Tooling Tutorial

In this clip we show a sample of a custom-made socket for the John Deere 105 mm sq nut found on the inside of some cylinders. If you have a special application and need custom tooling made, contact us for precision tooling made to your specifications.

Face Pin Spanners Tutorial

Some cylinders have holes in the face of the gland. It is a simple matter to mount the tooling and insert the pins into the face of the gland. Face spanner pins come in 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8" and 3/4" sizes.

Hook Spanner System Tutorial

Other cylinders have a gland with a slot in the outside perimeter. The Hook Spanner tooling assembly is designed to easily connect with the gland for disassembly and reassembly again.

Pipe Vice Jaws Tutorial

Pipe vice jaws are available in small, medium and large. These jaws can be easily mounted to give a secure grip when the gland needs to be unscrewed from the barrel. These are adjustable in three sets of tooling and service barrels from from 3 1/2" to 18".

Socket System Tutorial

We have sockets available ¾” up to 7” and attachments to drive them. The smallest size ranges from ¾” to 2” and are driven by a 1” square drive. The next size sockets are driven by a 3” drive and range from 2 1/16” up to 2 13/16”. Then we offer sockets which range from 2 7/8 up to 4” and are driven by a 4” hex drive. The next sockets go from 4 1/8” up to 4 ½ are driven by a 5” hex drive. Our largest sockets go from 4 ¾” up to 7” and each have their own mounting plate.

How to Purchase

Your cylinder repair business has grown, and you find yourself needing a professional quality cylinder repair bench. You have searched online and have found a few options. Now you have seen the Cylinder Cyclone, and wonder about pricing and how to get a bench ordered.

On the main home page of the website, go to the upper right hand corner and click on “Get a Quote” After you have filled out the information about your business, you will see two types of options.

The first says, “Select Machine.” Most shops will be very satisfied with a CC-2050. However, if you work with oversized cylinders such as in a mining operation or on very heavy equipment, you will probably benefit from a CC-2060.

The second option is the “Selecting Tooling Package.” Very likely you will want information on each of these options, so the best way to get information is to open the brochure page on the site. (You may download and print this out if you want to see a paper copy.) There on page 11 you can see the various Tooling Packages compared. After seeing your options, you can select which tooling package you believe will best meet the needs of  your shop.

Finally at the bottom, you will see the other add-on options that greatly help with the efficiency of a hydraulic cylinder repair shop. Just finish filling out the form and hit send.

You will be contacted by our representative who will take the time to discuss options with you, and give  you information on shipping, installation and making arrangements for payment.

We look forward to serving your needs, to help you serve the needs of your clients in a professional manner.