Products/Services for Spring Torque Testers

  • Force and Torque Instruments-Image
    Force and Torque Instruments - (306 companies)
    Force and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight or torque. Some can measure force and torque by changing the sensor / transducer. Force or weight measurements include tension or compression loading, units are lbs., Newtons...
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    Dynamometers - (91 companies)
    Dynamometers are used in motor and engine testing. These devices apply braking or drag resistance to rotation, and measure torque at various speeds and power input levels. Motor and engine testing dynamometers apply braking or drag resistance...
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    Traction and Tension Dynamometers - (33 companies)
    Traction dynamometers and tension dynamometers are used to measure force in tension, traction and weighing applications with cables, guy wires and chain.
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    Screwdrivers (hand tool) - (255 companies)
    ...for the insertion and tightening of screws. They are made up of a head or tip, which engages with a screw; a mechanism to apply torque by rotating the tip; and a way to position and support the screwdriver. The popular tool has a handle and a shaft that enable...
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    Torque Sensors - (185 companies)
    Torque sensors, gauges, instruments, and switches are used to measure torque in a variety of applications. Torque Sensors Information. Torque sensors and torque instruments are used to measure torque in a variety of applications. Torque sensors...
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    Torsion Springs - (252 companies)
    Helically wound springs that deflect torque rotationally, torsion springs express mechanical energy through the property of elasticity: the spring action happens when it is twisted rather than compressed or pulled. Despite the name, torsion springs...
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    Power Springs and Spring Motors - (27 companies)
    ...the free end to a metal or plastic case. The spring 's natural tendency to expand imparts a moment to either the arbor or case, producing usable torque. The torque generated is cumulative, and increases the force as the spring is wound tighter...
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    Torque Wrenches - (93 companies)
    ...also referred to as dual-single deflecting beam, transmit torque via a bending beam, as opposed to a coil spring as found in some other torque wrenches. Dual-single deflecting beam torque wrenches were invented by Warren and Brown, an Australian...
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    Spring Washers - (154 companies)
    Spring washers, sometimes called disc springs, lend their mechanical capabilities to the unique profile of the material: the irregularities of the washer compress with a proportionate resistance to return to their predeflected shape. Spring washers...
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    Constant Force Springs - (37 companies)
    ...springs that spin conversely at the same rate. The sum of the torques and opposing rotations offer stable extension at long deflections. Cavity mounting is an inexpensive mounting method, but does not feature a stop or brake. This high-friction design may...
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In an ideal world every torque device would have a range from zero to infinity. In the real world there are many reasons why torque wrenches and screwdrivers have a limited capacity. The ability of the spring to work in a linear way is one limit. The weight of the wrench at low torques is another...

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...and high shear rates? It is needed to determine behavioral characteristics such as how the paint will perform under the heat of summer outdoors in Arizona as compared to a cool spring in New England? What are its shear-rate dependent characteristics at these temperatures? A profile needs to be done...

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