I wonder what people in olden days were using in place of Viking arm tools. But yet again, there were no many things requiring its’ uses. What is are Viking arm tool uses, what specific types of it do what specific tasks and what sizes are used for a particular task?  

Viking arm tools functions 


 Do you have a heavy door that needs lifting and installing? Use a Viking arm tool as it is safe and can lift even the heaviest doors and balance them for screwing and clamping. 


Some windows are heavy or simply delicate, and human hands may not be fit to lift and properly place them at their required destination. Better yet, the installations could be happening many meters off the ground. Clamping these windows on to a Viking arm tool saves not only time because several windows can be clamped at once, but also ensures their safety because the arm has holes to screw to window holes.  


Just like it does for windows and doors, the tool helps lift cabinet parts for assembly or installation. 


Motors and bicycle bikes are clamped to Viking arm tools by Orxy for wheel changing or any other form of repair and maintenance. 


Many who own cars also own a Viking tool for tyre changing, adjusting and small puncture repairs.  

Viking arm tool types 

Viking arm is not divided in types like other tools, but by material. 

Though most Viking tools are made of same material which is stainless steel others are made collaborations of steel and Aluminum, and others of just Aluminum. 

Those made of pure steel are the best for use in mechanics  

The steel and Aluminum type can be used for all kinds of works, while those of Aluminum are best for furniture use. 

The other defining factor is the manufacturer. Some Viking arms are manufactured in Asia, America, and Europe. 

Viking arm alternatives 

You can use a Jack Clamp in place of a Viking arm tool in operations involving vehicles and bikes. 

Viking arm sizes 

7mm-105 mm of operational range 

6 mm-215 mm clamping area 

1.4 KGs in weight 

150 KGs lift weight 

5 x 105 x 87 of base area 

300 mm of extendable arm 

All these measurements are standard for any Viking arm tool uses.

The measurements may be a little lower or higher depending on what you want your arm for, but the higher it is the better because it can do a wide range of operations. For example, a Viking tool of 10 mm operational range may limit the user to perform small tasks while that of up to 215 mm can do almost everything. So choose wisely. 

 In summary, Viking Arm Tool Uses are many. They revolve on type and size. The choice is yours. 

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