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How to Calibrate a Preset Torque Screwdriver or Wrench

Properly calibrated torque wrenches and screwdrivers will deliver accurate torque readings within specified tolerances, assuring safety and adherence to international standards. Calibrating a torque tool ensures quality process control and mitigates risks. Learn the calibration process and international standard requirements for a preset screwdriver or wrench.



Date: July 28, 2021
Time: 1 PM EDT (10 AM PDT / 7:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

You don't want to be surprised with an out of calibration preset hand screwdriver or wrench. After all, torque tools are precision instruments used to tighten critical, often safety-sensitive fasteners.

Preset hand tools go out of calibration with use. These hand tools should be tested and calibrated frequently based on your tool usage cycle to maintain consistent tool performance and accuracy. Properly calibrated torque wrenches and screwdrivers will deliver accurate torque readings within specified tolerances, assuring safety and adherence to international standards.

Calibration is the method of comparing a tool's accuracy standard to traceable National or International Standards, such as N.I.S.T. and ISO. Calibrating a preset torque tool requires proper training. By developing a calibration plan and investing in torque measurement equipment to carry it out, companies can avoid costly dips in product quality and production delays.

Calibrating a torque tool ensures quality process control and mitigates risks. Learn the calibration process and international standard requirements for a preset screwdriver or wrench.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn the top torque measuring products for calibrating a preset hand tool
  • Review the process to properly calibrate a preset torque wrench or screwdriver
  • Explore tactics used to identify when a tool is out calibration
  • Discover how to establish and schedule a regular calibration regimen
  • Understand the differences between N.I.S.T. traceable and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibrations
  • Gather knowledge of the international standards for calibrating hand tools

Speaker

David Cash, Technical Application Specialist, Mountz Torque

Cash has been in the torque control industry for nearly 20 years. He focuses his efforts on solving challenges that customers sometimes don't even know they have related to productivity, quality and safety improvements. Over span of his career, Cash has seen many unique and challenging torque application challenges in dozens of industries and thousands of customers. Whether it is a simple hand tool or a more elaborate technological based manufacturing system, Cash has the experience to guide customers to the right torque solution based on their unique application. He provides training to internal reps and to customer's, one on one or with groups, and has been known to speak and present at industry events. Cash looks forward to sharing his insights and customer stories with an audience looking to make process improvements on their quality system.