Position Control Torque Arms

How to Ensure Screws are Fastened in the Correct Tightening Sequence

Did you know that an incorrect screw fastening sequence can provide unreliable results? The wrong sequence could cause manufacturing failures and add additional rework expenses. Joint relaxation occurs to some extent in all fastened joints and is a problem in joints where gaskets, or parts such as spring washers and plastics, are utilized. It can…

Select the right electric screwdriver for your application.

How to Select an Electric Screwdriver for the Manufacturing Process

Power-driven screwdrivers are suitable for an assortment of assembly applications. Determining the right electric screwdriver for your fastening application is a challenging process. The requirements for selecting an electric screwdriver for production engineers vary depending on the product type, materials, and the manufacturing process. When choosing the proper tool for the joint you are fastening…

FGA Adjustable Torque Screwdrivers

Improve Productivity with FGA Adjustable Torque Screwdriver

An adjustable torque screwdriver can save manufacturers and maintenance workers time and money by allowing them to accurately tighten critical fasteners of different sizes—all with a single tool. Thanks to the tool’s externally adjustable torque settings, you can quickly switch torque values in the field or at the station, improving productivity. A quality adjustable screwdriver…

PTT-Series Torque Analyzer

Portable PTT-Series Torque Analyzer for Calibrating & Testing Tools

The PTT is a hand-held torque analyzer, making torque testing mobile and easy, from calibration labs to assembly stations. The PTT torque tester offers a quick testing solution to ensure the tools fall within acceptable limits. The torque analyzer is ideal for calibrating and testing hand screwdrivers, wrenches, and power tools. Highly portable and user-friendly,…

LTT-Series Torque Analyzer

Calibrate and Validate Torque Tools with LTT-Series Torque Analyzer

A torque analyzer is a vital instrument for a quality control program. Investing in a torque testing solution eliminates downtime and expenses for shipping tools back and forth to an outside service center. It allows you to calibrate instruments more often and reduce calibration turnaround times and costs. Mountz LTT-Series torque analyzers provide engineers and…

MTX Low Torque Sensors

Test and Calibrate Micro Torque Tools with the MTX Low Torque Sensors

A low torque sensor is a finely tuned instrument designed for testing and calibrating small torque tools. The MTX torque sensors, by Mountz, make it easy to meet the demands of testing multiple torque ranges for micro torque tools used in production, maintenance, and calibration labs. The torque sensors calibrate small hand or power torque…

Mountz BNX torque sensors

Expand Torque Calibration Capacity with BMX Torque Sensors

A torque sensor is a versatile measurement instrument that allows engineers to expand torque calibration and testing capacity. The BMX torque sensors, by Mountz, make it easy to meet the demands of testing multiple torque ranges for torque tools used in production, maintenance, and calibration labs. The torque sensors calibrate hand or power torque screwdrivers…

Torque Control

Torque 101: A Guide to the Fundamentals of Torque Control

Lack of torque control has caused wheel detachment on vehicles, failures with life-saving medical instruments, and prevented electronic devices from functioning. Engineers risk product failures and escalating scrap rate costs with their manufacturing process without torque control. To many manufacturers, understanding the various elements of torque control is often overlooked or misunderstood. Manufacturers must-have resources…

FG-IFR (Impact Free Resetting) preset screwdriver

Torque Screwdriver for Vibration Sensitive Fastening Applications

Mountz FG-IFR (Impact Free Resetting) preset screwdrivers use a cam-over mechanism to improve process control and productivity. The unique IFR cam over design provides a low-impact reset mechanism, ideal for assembling shock-sensitive components that reduce the vibration transmitted in the screw tightening process—ideal for fastening delicate parts such as electronics, plastics, and medical devices. Torque…

4 Methods to Reduce Scrap and Rework in Your Manufacturing Process

4 Methods to Reduce Scrap and Rework in Your Manufacturing Process

Manufacturers experiencing excessive scrap-causing mistakes is a signal of an assembly process control issue. How can engineers and quality teams actively work to reduce the amount of scrap generated from a poor fastening process? With a process improvement initiative, manufacturers can minimize and eliminate waste and improve processes in operation. Advances in torque fastening technology…