Metric Fasteners from Mr. Metric (A Member of the Mountz Torque Family)

With 50 years of experience, Mountz, Inc. has proven its in-depth knowledge of torque and manufacturing expertise by consistently developing, producing, marketing and servicing highly sophisticated, quality torque tools. But did you know Mountz also offers fasteners? The answer is YES! Mr. Metric (a Mountz company) offers fasteners … METRIC FASTENERS! Founded in 1980, Mr.…

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Torque Tool Repairs

Prevent Premature Tool Failures with a Routine Maintenance Plan

Like an automobile, torque tools require periodic servicing and calibration. When you purchase a tool for your manufacturing facility, it is an investment. You are accepting ownership of that equipment and are responsible to keep it operating in peak performance. Failure to properly maintain a torque tool leads to unnecessary expenses, potential product failures and…

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Automation Torque Arm

Improve the Assembly Process, Reduce Operator Effort

The ergonomic torque arms by Mountz eliminate torque reaction from both power and pneumatic assembly tools. With the EZ-Glider linear and articulated torque arms, a “downward assistant kit” can be installed on the arm to speed up and improve the production process. The system requires no effort from the operator to press downward on the…

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Adjustable Torque Screwdriver

Tips for Selecting an Adjustable Torque Screwdriver

Finding the proper hand torque screwdriver for your torque application may seem like a daunting and confusing process at times. There are many, many options to choose from when selecting a torque screwdriver. Which tool truly fits my fastening application? That’s the key question you are looking to answer. When you are unsure of the…

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Ergonomic Torque Arm

Protecting Employees & Making the Assembly Station Ergonomic

Whether your manufacturing staff is assembling components used for electronics, aircraft, automobiles or appliances, it’s important to identify potential ergonomic risk factors. Power tools, both electric and pneumatic type, generally produce unwanted torque reaction that transfers over to an operator’s hand. After a while, the daily fastening process will expose your operators to repetitive stress…

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Screw Presenters

Stop Fumbling with Screws

Conventional assembly methods cause assemblers to inefficiently fumble with screws that are stored in bins or shaker trays. Fumbling isn’t just a football occurrence. Daily, assembly operators using power tools fumble around picking up screws from bins and slowly align the fasteners onto a bit. In an attempt to grab one fastener at a time,…

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How to Calibrate a Click Wrench

How to Calibrate a Click Wrench

“Click” “type wrenches are the most widely used torque product in the world. When the set torque is reached, a click wrench typically emits an audible “click” and a slight moment of release of up to three degrees, before going positive. After the “click”, an operator should stop pulling as torque is achieved and the…

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