Why is applying the correct torque important?
Whether it’s a bolt on a machine or the lid of a jar, your ability to applying just the right amount of torque can mitigate several serious quality and safety risks including:
• Unstable Components
• Improper Sealing
• Loss of Connection
• Stripped Threads
• High-Friction Induced Vibrations and Heat
• Stretched Studs
• Difficult Removal
How do you make sure the correct amount of torque is applied?
No matter how well you take care of your torque wrench it will eventually drift outside of acceptable tolerances. Regular calibration is the only way to ensure the correct amount of torque is applied time after time. Our state-of-the-art lab is fully equipped to provide comprehensive ISO/IEC 17025 accredited torque calibration, repair, and sales for virtually any torque wrench or torque tool.
What Types of Torque tools do we service?
Since opening our doors over 50 years ago, we have calibrated and repaired virtually every kind of torque tool imaginable. Our ISO/IEC 17025 Calibration lab is staffed with highly skilled calibration techs with the training to handle the following torque tools:
• Torque screwdrivers
• Torque transducers
• Torque testers
• Torque drivers
• Torque wrenches
• Torque multipliers
Can’t find what you’re looking for? We can accommodate most requests. Our lab is always adding capabilities, and we provide a considerable number of non-accredited calibration services. Contact us for more info.
If you’d like to learn more about torque tools, check out our blog post on important torque tool care instructions.