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  • Torque Sensor Application - Prosthetic Limbs
    Tools. Terms & Conditions. Tips & Recommendations. Troubleshooting Guide. Wiring Codes. LIVE SUPPORT. Online Calculators. Bolt Torque. Resolution. Shunt Calibration. Span Adjustment. Unit Conversion. Wiring Codes. Zero Balance. Events. No current events. apps. Medical Bag Weighing. Helicopter Pedal
  • Fast Driving Threatens Bolt Life
    fastener problems had been reduced to single-digit defect levels. Fast Driving Threatens Bolt Life. Be part of the discussion! Share your voice on the ASSEMBLY Blog. Interact with experts on assembly automation, test and inspection, ergonomics, manufacturing strategy, and more!. Welcome LOGOUT. SIGN
  • Torque Sensor Application - Assembly Line / Automation
    . Terms & Conditions. Tips & Recommendations. Troubleshooting Guide. Wiring Codes. LIVE SUPPORT. Online Calculators. Bolt Torque. Resolution. Shunt Calibration. Span Adjustment. Unit Conversion. Wiring Codes. Zero Balance. Events. No current events. apps. Medical Bag Weighing. Helicopter Pedal Force. Linear Test
  • Custom bolt tensioners take the stress off users
    fasteners can prevent such failures. Here, tension rather than torque is becoming the preferred method to tighten fasteners because it gives more accurate and repeatable loads. It works like this: A stud tensioner hydraulically applies a tensile load to a bolt or stud. The tensioner maintains this load
  • What is Torque?
    efficiency and will resist coming undone. However, if the tension is too low, the nut could vibrate or work loose. If the tension is too high (overstretched), the bolt could break. Ever y bolt has a correct optimum torque/tension figure for each fastening application. It is important to have these figures
  • Understanding Torque Values
    by regulating the applied torque. This method, known as torque control, is by far the most popular method of controlling a bolts clamp force. The initial clamp force generated by the bolt is frequently called preload. There is a link between the torque applied to a bolt and the resulting preload
  • Torque Measurement
    an electric or pneumatic tool and an assembly application, an engineer can measure torque being applied from the tool to the fastener or bolt. This type of torque reading is called a dynamic torque measurement. The rotary sensor is connected to the torque analyzer, which records and stores the data
  • What is Torque?
    used to apply torque to a nut, bolt or other type of fastener.   There are varying kinds of torque wrenches including the simple beam wrench, click wrench, No-Hub wrench, electronic torque wrench, hydraulic torque wrench and deflecting beam wrench. Torque wrenches are important in order to meet