Once a torque specification is determined, the joint must be audited to ensure the product has been fastened to the specified torque. The best way to determine residual torque is by performing a “just move” test. Mountz offers two best practices solutions for measuring residual torque.
The Mountz TorqueMate wrench will display torque applied after 3 degrees of movement, it will also show the final Torque and angle applied.
The TorqueMate is a microprocessor controlled digital torque wrench. The digital torque wrench enhances process reliability through complete monitoring of the fastening and assembly process with full data collection of the measured values. The TorqueMate digital wrench can be used for torque calibration, joint testing, auditing or verification of torque applied. Designed for R&D, Quality Control, a lab, and maintenance or production areas the wrench is ideal for testing and storing torque measurement data for ISO, SPC and QC documentation. The user-friendly interface makes it quick and simple to setup torque testing and auditing parameters. Read the rest of this page »
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