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  • Torque Measurement
    guarantees the operator repeatable accuracy and adherence to international standards. Torque testing also ensures torque equipment is operating to peak performance and can highlight potential tooling problems before they arise perhaps due to tool wear or broken components.
  • Automobile Torque Converter Testing
    Automobile Torque Converter Testing - using WaveBook.
  • Measuring Torque in 3 Facets of the Assembly Process Improves Quality Control & Reduces Rejection Rates
    Torque measurement is utilized in three areas of assembly. Controlling torque is quintessential for companies to ensure their product's quality, safety and reliability isn't compromised. Torque testing equipment, like torque analyzers and sensors are used before assembly process for tool setup
  • The Checking and Calibration of Torque Wrenches (.pdf)
    In this article we will look in more detail at the ways of testing the performance of hand held torque wrenches. Starting with a reminder about the different types of torque wrench, the article will explain the difference between checking and calibration and the stages of calibration including
  • Instantaneous Torque As Predictive Medicine Tool
    factor readings were able to offer. Signature analysis has progressed from the laboratory stage to become the base for modern instrumentation available to plant personnel. The presently most advanced method of current signature analysis is the torque signal analysis; since it offers dual advantages
  • Innovations in Non-Contact Torque Sensing Solutions
    , is fundamentally the method of applying a known magnetic profile to a selected material. When stress or torque is applied to the material, a highly repeatable magnetic change occurs in the sensing area. This technology has been utilized in the market since 1994 and is recognized as a highly reliable non-contact
  • Understanding the Nut Factor in Threaded-Fastener Torque-Tension Relationship
    Engineers use a "nut factor " to relate a bolt's installation torque to the tension on it. But they need to understand the friction-related variables that contribute to the nut factor to accurately design bolted joints. * The experimentally determined nut factor, , consolidates the friction effects
  • Force/torque sensors help industrial robots make the right moves
    results. A robot arm fitted with a force/torque sensor checks actuation forces on an automobile cruise-control switch. Industrial robots perform myriad tasks including electronic and mechanical assembly, product testing, and material handling. On-board force/torque (F/T) sensors help robots verify
  • Pro-Log and Rotary Transducer Used to Test Dynamic Rotational Torque on Pinion Shafts (.pdf)
    A portable testing device has been manufactured using our Pro-Log and Rotary Transducer, to measure the dynamic rotational torque on pinion shafts when manufacturing differentials. This enables them to ensure that the pre-load on the bearing does not create a rotational torque outside the specified
  • Getting torque-to-inertia right
    The case of a pulsating-load testing machine shows how to ballpark qualities that are important for deploying electric motors. A 15-hp, E-182 frame brushless-dc motor from Powertec uses neodymium permanent magnets on the shaft and a conventional three-phase stator winding. An internal resolver