The Best Preset Torque Screwdriver in the World for Advanced Process and Quality Control

Companies in many industries depend on advanced process and quality control to meet the demands of modern markets. Whether it’s to reduce lost product by improving fastening results or to prevent liability with ironclad process management, companies seek the right tools. In industries with narrow fastening tolerances—including medical manufacturing, semiconductors, aerospace and defense, general instrumentation,…

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Insulated Torque Wrench Provides Operator Safety for High Voltage & Electrical Assembly Applications

For life-threatening high voltage and low voltage electrical assembly applications where over-torque conditions are not tolerated and operator safety is mandatory, Mountz Inc. offers Insulated torque wrenches. Designed with non-conductive plastic insulation, the torque wrenches provide operators with the proper safety for fastening applications. The Insulated torque wrenches ensure proper torque control and eliminate the…

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Measuring Torque in 3 Facets of the Assembly Process Improves Quality Control & Reduces Rejection Rates

Torque measurement is utilized in three areas of assembly. Controlling torque is quintessential for companies to ensure their product’s quality, safety and reliability isn’t compromised. Prior to Assembly Torque testing equipment, like electronic torque tester and  torque sensors are used before assembly process for tool setup or conducting tool capability studies. For tool setup, the tool crib…

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Improve Quality and Save Money with Brushless Torque Screwdriver

Designed for high production environments, the E-DRIV NF-Series feature a high performance brushless motor design that provides durability and reduces the standard maintenance costs for electric screwdrivers. Additionally, costly mechanical micro switches have been eliminated in the NF series in favor of non-contact magnetic sensors. In addition to lower maintenance costs, the NF tool is…

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Ergonomic Standards Still a Threat to Manufacturers

Even during a slow economy, manufacturers must still take all necessary precautions to ensure that their workers stay protected from injuries and disorders resulting from the repetitive use of improper manufacturing processes.  Fortunately, by initiating preventative practices and selecting ergonomically designed tools, employers can help lessen their exposure to citation and liability. A complicated and…

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Understanding Torque Wrench Accuracy

The accuracy for a torque wrench can be stated in terms of Full Scale (FS) or Indicated Value (IV). There is a big difference in result as full scale accuracy indicates the allowable error over the full-scale range of the tool. Indicated value accuracy indicates allowable error at the set point on the wrench. Indicated…

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