Torque wrench is a tool for tightening screws and nuts to the desired torque. Torque wrenches with a ratchet are the most often used option. Using the ratchet on the torque wrench, we tighten the nut and then tighten it to the final torque set on the torque wrench. In our offer, we also have the option of torque wrenches on which it is possible to insert a fork or ring attachment. The mentioned versions are extremely sought after in the industry for tightening pipe connections, tightening sensors, etc., because standard ratchet wrenches are unsuitable.
In our offer, we have a wide selection of torque wrenches, from mechanical torque wrenches to digital torque wrenches.
Mechanical torque wrenches have several different shut-off methods: "Click" torque wrenches with a shut-off mechanism and folding torque wrenches - torque wrenches consist of a switching mechanism that breaks when the torque is reached and thus prevents the operator from continuing the tightening operation.
Digital torque wrenches measure the torque with a measuring probe in the torque wrench. Ti Compared to mechanical torque wrenches, these allow us a wider window for the time of tightening. With a mechanical torque wrench, we only monitor the set torque value, and the torque in the screw connection can exceed the desired value very quickly.
On digital torque wrenches, it is possible to set several tightening programs. Before the tightening application, we simply select the pre-set program and start working. In addition to tightening to the desired torque, digital torque wrenches also allow us to tighten to the desired angle. There are more and more screw joints with prescribed tightening to both parameters.