Products/Services for TNC Torque Wrenches

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    Torque Wrenches - (97 companies)
    Torque wrenches are precision hand tools that are used to apply a specific amount of torque to a fastener. These adjustable-torque tools are primarily used to prevent over or under tightening of fasteners. Both over and under tightened...
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    Hand Tools - (1993 companies)
    ...applied. For example, torque wrenches and torque screwdrivers are used to set the amount of torque applied to the tightness of the screw or bolt. This torque amount is the rotational force generated when energy is applied to the hand tool. Video Credit...
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    Wrenches - (403 companies)
    Wrenches, also known as spanners, are hand-held tools designed to provide a mechanical advantage in applying torque for turning bolts, nuts, and other wrench-friendly objects. Wrench is a standard term, whereas spanner refers to a specialized wrench...
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    Impact Wrenches - (66 companies)
    Impact wrenches are socket wrench power tools which apply a high amount of torque to tighten or loosen fasteners. Impact wrenches use stored rotational kinetic energy to deliver a large amount of torque but over a fraction of a rotation...
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    Torque Sensors - (186 companies)
    Torque sensors, gauges, instruments, and switches are used to measure torque in a variety of applications. Torque sensors and torque instruments are used to measure torque in a variety of applications. Torque sensors are categorized into two main...
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    Force and Torque Instruments - (305 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 and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight, or torque. Some can measure force...
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    Torque Multipliers - (14 companies)
    ...as the increased force exerts significant pressure on the tooling and workpiece, which could cause failure. They are preferred over impact wrenches when air compressors cannot be powered due to insufficient power supply. Specifications. Input torque: the amount...
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    Six-axis Force and Torque Sensors - (16 companies)
    Six-axis force and torque sensors measure the full six components of force and torque: vertical, lateral, and longitudinal forces as well as camber, steer, and torque movements. Six-axis force and torque sensors provide electrical outputs as analog...
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    Torque Limiters and Slip Clutches - (178 companies)
    Torque limiters and slip clutches automatically slip or disengage the clutch at a predetermined torque. Torque limiters and slip clutches automatically slip or disengage the clutch at a predetermined torque. They are generally used to protect...
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    Plugs, Stoppers, and Inserts - (348 companies)
    ...surfaces. They also prevent accidentally pushing the plug all of the way through the opening. Knurled or faceted head - Usually found on threaded plugs only, knurls or facets allow easier installation and removal, either by finger or wrench. Slotted...
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  • http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/3200/hardware/upgrade/MAR_HW_U_C02.pdf
    Use custome 9/16 inch socket and 3/8 inch drive torque wrench to tighten RP- TNC bolts to 25 to 29 inch.
  • http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/3200/hardware/upgrade/MAR_HW_U_C03.pdf
    Use custom 9/16 inch socket and 3/8 inch drive torque wrench to tighten RP- TNC bolts to 25 to 29 inch-lb.
  • When Many Connections Are Required, MegaPhase Reduces The Stress
    … and reliably mated, MegaPhase has designed and now offers EZ-Mate Type N, TNC and SMA connectors. The unique design of the EZ-Mate also allows test professionals the option to use a torque wrench in lieu of easy finger operation.
  • Microwave New Products [New Products]
    … reliably mated, Mega- Phase has designed and now offers EZ- Mate Type N, TNC , and SMA connectors. The unique design of the EZ-Mate also allows test professionals the option to use a torque wrench in lieu of easy fin- ger operation.
  • Measuring Preload in Fasteners
    Utillzlng a torque - wrench at the time the nuts are tightened the ‘coefficient’B of eq (2)also may be determined better for similar bolts of the same set produc- tion which were similarly cleaned before tightening. … I., An Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted loints, Marcel Dekker, tnc ., New York (1981 …
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  • Highlights of research and development activities for the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor Project
    … long holts provides a considerably lower spring rate, permitting greater oiergy storage to tnc joint than would … Impact wrenches , either air or electric, appear to provide the best remote method of installation since their reaction torque is approximately I',' of their output torque.
  • Light duty utility arm deployment in Hanford tank T-106
    The TRIC HEPA filter is annoying to have to mount and dismount when transporting the TNC . The brake bolt wrench is hard to use. It needs a lot of force to reach the torque setting required by the brake bolts and …
  • Optimize Your RF/MW Coaxial Connections
    … at 75 Ω, a number of connector types are available, including BNC and TNC connectors, which are … Especially for measurement applications, repeatability between different (although compatible) connector types can be achieved by using a torque wrench and maintaining a standard amount of torque, such as 8 to 12 in.-lbs. for most RF/microwave connectors.