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Ensure Proper Calibration With a Digital Torque Tester System

digital torque tester systemThere are a variety of torque tools that require proper testing and calibration to ensure accurate results. Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments have a solid reputation in the testing industry for providing top quality testing and calibration with their System 8 digital torque tester system. This torque calibration unit can be used to test in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions; offers four modes of operation including Track, Peak, Initial Peak and Power Tool; and offers multiple units of measurement for English, Standard International, and Metric. This well-designed system offers more than just torque calibration, providing accuracy to +/- .25 percent of indicated value from 10-100 percent of capacity with a wide working range of 2.5 in/oz to 2,000 ft/lb.

Meets or Exceeds Industry Standards

Like all of the products that come from this well-known brand, Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments like the System 8 are designed to meet or exceed industry standards. AMSE B107.300 – 2010 electronic tester and hand torque tools. ISO 5393 rotary tools for threaded fasteners and products test methods. ASME B107.4M for driving and spindle ends for portable hand, impact, air, and electric tools excluding percussion tools. ISO 1773 assembly tools for bolts and screws, including driving squares for power socket wrenches and hand socket wrenches. ISO 1774-2 assembly tools for bolts and screws, including driving squares for power socket tools.

The System 8 digital torque tester system is designed with a floating-point decimal resolution that shows six digits throughout to provide excellent control over your torque testing program. Ideal for interim or daily torque testing products, some of the tools that benefit from this torque calibration unit and testing system included clicker torque wrenches, camover torque tools, torque screwdrivers, and non-impact power tools, all of which can also be purchased through CSC Force Measurement. Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments like this one work with Torque Tool Manager 4 for effective calibration and documentation throughout the entire testing process.

System 8: Fail-Safe Engineering

This torque calibration unit has been touted as the most accurate digital torque tester available from Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments and features fail-safe engineering. This can be used to prevent failures due to overcapacity and offers alert tracking. All of these features are designed to offer greater accuracy and durability while maintaining simple ease of operation for just about any technician or team member. Selectable operation modes are available for testing all, but impact tools and a red/green LED indicates whether the measurement is within the target torque value for simplified results. The Power Tool mode features ten filters and provides accurate testing for all clutch-type and pulse-type tools.

When you purchase this digital torque tester system through CSC Force Measurement, you also get an included 120-240 VAC to 6 VDC screw-on power supply for extra security during power tool testing. This unit runs on four AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, which are sold separately. A quick charge unit is also available for purchase. A rugged protective case is provided for storage and easy transit. Up to 999 records can be taken, kept, and downloaded to provide comprehensive record-keeping for torque wrench calibration and testing. Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments like the System 8 digital torque calibration unit includes a free certificate of calibration from our ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory.

Transducers for the System 8

When it comes to choosing the best transducers for the Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments, CSC Force Measurement customers have several options. The TT-Series transducers are a traditional SR hex flange style which can be mounted to a variety of mechanical loaders and quad plates for testing, available in both small and large sizes up to 500 ft/lbs. A quick-connect option is available with the TT-QC Series, which can be mounted to a variety of mechanical loaders as well and can handle a torque range as small as in/oz and up to 2,000 ft/lbs. The TT-L Series transducers can be used with the digital torque tester system with a built-in L-bracket for vertical or horizontal mounting. It has a capacity of up to 600 ft/lbs for torque wrench calibration and testing.

To learn more about our full line of Sturtevant Richmont torque instruments, including the System 8 digital torque tester system, contact CSC Force Measurement by calling toll-free 1-800-866-3672 and speak with one of our knowledgeable agents about your needs. We are dedicated to providing a full line of testing machines, including grips, fixtures, and software for data collection and machine control to our customers. For over 50 years, quality control managers have relied on CSC Force Measurement for all of their testing needs.