Accessories and Installation Tools

Find out all the information about Hawke´s accessories and installation tools, to complete and help in the installations of the Hawke´s transit systems.


The Puller Tool is used to facilate the modification or dismanting of an installation.

This re-usable tool is designed to extract the compression system without damaging the frame and reducing dismantling time up to 50%. This also means that you can re-use the Hawke compression system.

Welding Fixing Tool

The Welding Fixing Tool is used to facilitate the welding process on a marine frame.

This re-usable tool is designed to hold the frame in position during the welding process, avoiding deformations due to high temperature.

Silicone Fireproof Sealant

It is used to seal the installation in bolted frames / sleeves.

It must be applied between the frame flange and the structure to ensure a tight seal and avoid possible gaps.


Hawke Mastic is used to secure installation in civil bolted frames and sleeves.

Mastic should be applied between the flange of the frame and the structure to ensure a tight seal and avoid possible gaps.

Backing Plate

Hawke Backing Plate are used in conjunction with Hawke flanged frames to add finished appearance to an installation.

Backing plates are designed to be installed on the opposite side of a frame, giving a wall or structure finished appearance.

Polystyrene Mould

Hawke Polystyrene Moulds are used to protect the inside of a frame during a casted installation in a floor or wall.

The mould can be round or rectangular.


Stayplates ensure the blocks in a Hawke rectangular system (tolerant and blank ones) are fixed in position after compression.


Hawke Lubricant is used to facilitate positioning the blocks and elements of a transit during an installation.

The lubricant remains soft and will not dry out with the passing of time,

Compression tool

This re-usable compression tool is designed to apply compression to the system before placing the endpacker within the frame.

This makes the operation of installing the compression system much easier than a conventional bolt-type system.

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