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  • Using Cmk as a Measure in Determining Torque Tool Quality
    Smarter manufacturing environments are demanding higher quality tools for precise assembly applications. Companies need partners they can trust to provide education on relevant data and proper torque testing techniques to ensure their tools are of the quality level they require. This white paper
  • A Smarter Way to Control Torque on Automotive Test Benches
    To simulate a wide variety of real-world conditions on automotive components and systems, test stands often need brakes that can deliver a range of torque levels while minimizing cost and control complexity. That's where magnetic particle brakes come into play.
  • How to Test Torque Devices With Ease and Precision
    Lindstrom now offers a torque tester that is affordable, accurate and easy to use over a wide range of torque devices and torque settings.
  • Torque measuring in calibration lab on the test bench
    . According to the report, 60 percent of the recalls were the result of mechanical defects. At 17.3 percent, vehicle brake systems are frequently affected. An example from April 2009: an incorrect torque was the probable cause of a recall, in which 10,000 owners were obliged to return their compact cars
  • 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
  • How to Measure Torque for Electric Screwdrivers
    There are different methods for testing the torque output of an electric screwdriver. Each method has a key purpose. The video above provides a brief overview of the different methods.
  • Torque Limiter Finds Drive Problem During Machine Test
    Installing some type of torque limiting device in your machine system is very often a wise idea. This is especially true where there is human interaction, but it's also smart to include them in other types of processing equipment. A common objection to designing them into standard machine designs
  • Miniature, Low Range, Torque/Thrust Measurement
    A customer needs to measure the reaction torque and axial force on very small dental drills used to perform root canals. These drills are tested in Lexan blocks that have a pilot hole pre-molded in them, then drills of increasing size are run into this hole.
  • Updated Load Absorbers
    As electric drive systems become increasingly common, the need for low-speed, high-torque testing solutions is becoming ever apparent
  • Load Simulation For Test Bench
    When designing a test bench, Particle brakes made by Merobel TM provide an excellent solution, because of their ability to generate a torque load that is precise, variable and easy to control - at a reasonable cost. With reproducible and accurate torque fast response time, easy remote control
  • Container Closure Integrity Testing
    This technical note outlines a study conducted by a major biopharmaceutical company to perform application-specific validation of closure torque of Purillex bottles using CCIT (container closure integrity testing) methods. A significant consideration was the removal of closures in surgical suites
  • Load Cell Application - Car Door Test
    In this particular application, a car door is being tested. This test can be used to determine whether or not the door could function for a certain time period, or how long it will last before it fails. It works by using the hydraulic / pneumatic actuator to open and close the door within a given
  • Production Test: Monitoring a Metal Stamping Press
    CAS DataLoggers recently provided the real-time data acquisition solution for an automotive manufacturer using metal stamping presses to shape their torque converters. Stamping was used to create a series of indentations that held metal vanes used to transmit the power from the engine

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