There are certain situations when torque wrenches are required to perform maintenance or construction on a job site. Tohnichi, a respected name in force measurement tools, has a micrometer click type wrench designed to be the ideal choice for pipework, such as repairs and servicing performed on water and gas supply equipment. The features built into these torque wrenches make it quick and easy for the technicians, mechanics, or operators to use them with confidence and ensure that the work was done according to specifications. The Tohnichi Adjustable Torque Wrench is available in a wide range of sizes and capacities to best meet the needs of the work that is being done.
The Torque Wrench Pipe Head
The head of the Tohnichi micrometer click type wrench was designed to grip pipes more effectively for more efficient and dependable operation. Another feature provides the user with a click sound to signal that the tightening has been performed according to the set or required torque. This prevents both over and under-tightening, which can be a significant issue, particularly when it comes to water and gas supply maintenance and construction work. The torque setting can be easily adjusted by knob and scale according to the unique needs of the project at hand.
The accuracy of these torque wrenches from Tohnichi is +/- 5 percent, making them very reliable and repeatable, especially in the field. Five different units of measurement are provided with this torque wrench pipe head tool, including Nm, kgFcm, kgFm, lbFin, and lbFft. The capacity ranges include 10-50 and 400-1300 Nm, 100-500 and 400-1800 kgFcm, 4-28 and 30-130 kgFm, 100-400 lbFin, and 15-75 and 300-900 lbFft, depending on the requirements for the micrometer click type wrench and the work that needs to be completed. Not sure what you need in the Tohnichi Adjustable Torque Wrench? At CSC Force Measurement, our team can assist you to ensure you get the tools you need to get the job done right.
How to Use an Adjustable Torque Wrench
It is essential to understand the do’s and don’ts of using a micrometer click type wrench in the field or anywhere else in the workplace. Make sure that you stop tightening when you experience the click feeling, as over-torque and excessive forcing after the click sound and feeling can be hazardous. Torque wrenches are designed for tightening only – not for any other use, including loosening. While the Tohnichi Adjustable Torque Wrench can be used in practically any location and environment, it is essential to ensure that the handle remains free of grease, oil, dirt, and other contaminants to prevent workplace injuries.
An extension handle may be used with this torque wrench pipe head to access hard-to-reach spaces, but only if it connected properly. No pipes, cheater bars, or any other type of unauthorized extension should be used on the wrench, as it could damage it and result in inaccuracies for future use. It is crucial to use a fluid and steady motion when tightening with Tohnichi torque wrenches for best results. Inspections should occur before each use, and these torque wrenches should only be serviced and repaired by Tohnichi-authorized repair centers. Make sure to store the torque wrench properly, using the original container or a tool container designed for that purpose, for longer-lasting use and consistent results.
Quality Force Measurement Tools
If you are searching for specific types of torque wrenches for your workplace needs, look no further than CSC Force Measurement. We carry a wide range of quality Tohnichi products, including the Beam Torque Wrench SF/F Series, Adjustable Torque Wrenches with Limit Switch in multiple series, and the Tohnichi Torque and Angle Wrench WQL Series, just to name a few. As a stocking distributor for Chatillon, Mark-10, CDI, Mecmesin, Dillon, and Lloyd Instruments, we also have access to a wide variety of other torque wrenches, torque testing equipment, and other valuable force measurement tools for our customers. Simply call our team toll-free at 1-800-866-FORCE to speak with one of our sales associates about your needs. We can answer any questions that you might have about the torque wrench pipe head, and micrometer click type wrench features or provide you with pricing, details, and information to ensure you select the correct capacity for your needs.