Torque Webinar Schedule

Mountz, The Torque Tool Specialists®, has been a leader in the torque tool industry for more than 58 years. We have experienced a breadth of manufacturing environments and gathered various perspectives. Register for an upcoming torque educational webinar and learn more about processes and quality improvements you can implement into your manufacturing processes.


You can access our library of torque education online webinars from prior events.

Upcoming Webinar Events

Learn 5 Key Error Prevention Techniques for the Assembly Process 

April 18, 2024 @ 9 am PST

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Solving fastening errors is about controlling variables or eliminating potential risks that create an unwanted fastening event. Mistake proofing is the quickest path to zero defects and is a critical enabler for efficient manufacturing. Eliminate product rework and warranties by adding an error-proofing process to the manufacturing line. Learn how to improve quality by deploying error-prevention techniques.

How to Ensure Screws are Tightened in the Correct Fastening Sequence

May 16, 2024 @ 9 am PST

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Did you know that an incorrect screw fastening sequence can provide unreliable results? The fastening sequence for tightening bolts or screws can significantly influence the preload. A good tightening sequence achieves even preload distribution. Learn how to implement an assembly process that ensures all the fasteners are installed and tightened to the correct fastening sequence.

Improve Production Quality by Implementing a Screw Counting Process

June 20, 2024 @ 9 am PST

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Fastening regimes with multiple screws are susceptible to fastening failures such as cross-threading, cam-outs, stripped screws, omissions, and unfinished rundowns. A screw counting process is an error-prevention technique that allows you to detect and eliminate costly screw-fastening errors during the assembly process. Learn how to implement a screw counting process that allows you to verify that all fasteners were installed and tightened to the correct torque specification.