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Questions to ask when buying a Hydraulic Torque Wrench

There are currently over a dozen companies involved in marketing hydraulic torque wrenches in the United States. Many of these companies claim to be the “oldest, or best” provider of hydraulic wrenches. Buyers need to be aware that not all hydraulic wrench companies are quality driven or focused on their individual needs and applications.

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3 Reasons Why Your Torque Wrench Needs to Be Calibrated

If you’ve been reading our blog lately, you’ll have noticed we’ve been talking quite a bit about the RAD gun from RAD tool.

These are among the best tools on the market, but like any high-end tool, a RAD gun will only function with proper care and maintenance.

Part of that maintenance includes regular torque wrench calibration. In this blog post, we’ll look at the benefits of having torque guns calibrated and why you should choose a calibration lab that’s achieved ISO 17025 accreditation.

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How To Choose A Quality Mobile Calibration Laboratory

Mobile Calibration is a service that extends beyond your everyday calibration laboratory.

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The Importance of ISO 17025 and A2LA Accreditation

The ISO 17025 standard for torque calibration has been around for more than 20 years, almost as long as we’ve been in business. But despite its longevity, we still hear from people in critical industries -- wind energy, pipelines, etc. -- who question the need for this level of calibration. And while it is true that you can work with a calibration lab that’s not accredited and who provides standard calibration, you may be putting your equipment -- and your projects and employees -- at risk.

We’d argue that a time where infrastructure around the country is in danger of failing, it’s more important than ever to invest in proper torque calibration. 

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