The MTX is a low torque sensor designed for calibrating and testing small hand screwdrivers, torque wrenches and power tools. With the sensor's low profile design, the calibration instrument can also be used for testing automation and robotic fastening applications. These versatile MTX torque sensors are used in conjunction with a torque tester.
A torque sensor is a finely tuned instrument designed for testing and measuring torque. Engineered for torque analysis, validation, verification and calibration, a torque sensor is a laboratory grade instrument that is commonly used for quality control, R&D and tool calibration applications. Using a quality sensor is key for many companies to ensure that the proper torque is being applied. Testing torque is literally a science and not something that can be left to chance.
The Torquemate® FTA-100 is a torque tester by Mountz, Inc. designed for torque testing and calibrating torque tools. The digital torque tester provides exceptional accuracy for measuring torque on various torque tools including pulse tools, hand screwdrivers, torque wrenches and power assembly tools.
The small size and portability of the torque analyzer makes it ideal for checking torque tools on production floor daily or weekly to ensure the tools aren't falling out of calibration. The versatile and cost effective torque calibration instrument features the ability to count pulses, which is a key element for the setting the torque on a pulse tool as well as evaluating the maintenance schedule for a pulse tool. The FTA-100 unit displays both the peak torque reading and the number of pulses performed during a preset time frame to reach the final torque value.
Engineered using cam-over technology, the accurate TSN wrench prevents a fastener or bolt from being under and overtightened. As quality control tool, the torque wrench allows any user to deliver the correct torque with confidence regardless of task and operator skill level.
A standard click wrench cannot ensure proper torque control. When the set torque is reached with a click wrench, the tool typically emits a loud audible "click." The operator can feel the impulse from the tool and most break about three degrees after the set torque is reached and then become positive. This positive action can cause over-torque conditions. An operator often gives the wrench a couple extra pulls.
Mountz offers the next generation of automation and process control in screw fastening technology. The SH-Series is a durable torque and automation control system engineered for precision accuracy and repeatable torque control. The high performance robotic fastening system allows manufacturers to optimize the assembly area, reduce labor costs and increase productivity.
The SH-Series delivers cost savings and quality benefits through useful features such as digital adjustable torque setting, variable torque and speed control, multiple I/O options for integration with PLC and other line control techniques. The torque control system features built-in error proofing data and screw counter. Multiple fastening strategies can be implemented for sensitive or of difficult assembly joints. The SH-Series tool increases productivity as one tool can be programmed to do the job of multiple conventional tools.
The TLS Pro ESD torque screwdriver is designed to provide ESD protection during the fastening process for those critical electronic components. The ESD preset screwdriver is ideal for production applications where over-torque conditions are not tolerated. Built with a cam-over design, the accurate TLS Pro ESD screwdriver prevents a fastener or bolt from being under and over-tightened. As a quality control tool, the torque screwdriver allows any user to deliver the correct torque with confidence regardless of task and operator skill level.
Preventing the occurrence of electrostatic discharge is very important in today's world. Many electronic components are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Manufacturing engineers involved with microelectronic products are very aware of the importance of preventing ESD mishaps. Lapses in preventing the occurrence can affect manufacturing costs, product quality and profitability