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Engine Powered Arc Welder Vector EPS

Engine Powered Welder (EPS)

Arc welding is a type of welding that uses a welding power supply to create an electric arc between an electrode and the base material to melt the metals at the welding point. They can use either direct (DC) or alternating (AC) current, and consumable or non-consumable electrodes. This illustration is an engine driven welder capable of AC/DC welding.

Click-Type Torque Wrench Vector EPS

Torque Wrench (EPS)

A more sophisticated method of presetting torque is with a calibrated clutch mechanism. At the point where the desired torque is reached, the clutch slips, signaling the desired torque and preventing additional tightening. The most common form uses a ball detent and spring, with the spring preloaded by an adjustable screw thread, calibrated in torque units.

Tap and Die Chasing Vector EPS

Tap And Die Set (EPS)

Taps and dies are cutting tools used to create screw threads, which is called threading. A tap is used to cut the female portion of the mating pair (e.g., a nut). A die is used to cut the male portion of the mating pair (e.g., a screw). The process of cutting threads using a tap is called tapping, whereas the process using a die is called threading. Both tools can be used to clean up a thread, which is called chasing.

Rough All Terrain Crane Vector EPS

Rough Terrain Crane (EPS)

A crane mounted on an undercarriage with four rubber tires that is designed for pick-and-carry operations and for off-road and “rough terrain” applications. Outriggers are used to level and stabilize the crane for hoisting.

Reciprocating Saw Vector EPS

Reciprocating Saw (EPS)

A reciprocating saw is a type of saw in which the cutting action is achieved through a push and pull reciprocating motion of the blade. The term reciprocating saw is commonly assigned to a type of saw used in construction and demolition work.