Most Accurate Torque Wrench: Why Use Digital torque wrenches (DTWs)

When fixing a broken arm, we want to tighten the bolt as tight as possible without having a backlash. Torque measure how much force is applied to a fastener and how far you can turn it. 

Torque wrenches have a range of uses, from tightening small bolts on bicycles or cars to large bolts on industrial equipment or aircraft. They can be handheld or handheld-cordless and comes in two forms: digital and analog.

The correct torque wrench is essential when working on your car or other vehicles. The right tool will make your job easier and save you money on repairs and maintenance. If you use the wrong one, it can cause damage to your car or make it harder to work, costing you time and money.

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RAD Torque Systems: What do they have to offer?

Exact torque specifications are critical in many industries. A wrong adjustment can cause a major part failure. This could require a costly repair and a deadline being missed. A torque wrench with the proper size drive and handle can make a significant difference in reaching these exact torque measurements. Rad Torque Systems manufactures a wide variety of torque wrenches for every industry. These tools are considered to be the industry standard for high quality and safety. Here are several of the many high-quality torque wrenches that are being used around the world for industries such as automotive, mining, power systems, aerospace, and wind generation:

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Types of Torque Wrenches and Operating Principles

There are five main kinds of torque wrenches in the market, each with pros and cons. Here is an overview of what they are, how they operate, and which scenario is the best for them.

Click Torque Wrenches

The click wrench gets its name because of the audible click sound they produce when you reach the desired torque amount. They are simple to use and cheap while providing the same accuracy as a beam-style wrench. These attributes make them the favorite for most people of varying skill levels, even beginners. The only downside is that there is still the risk of overtightening the fasteners. That's because, even though they produce the sound as an indicator of the required torque, they do not prevent you from fastening further as you can continue turning the wrench. It is up to you to stop, but it is not often easy to stop immediately they produce the click sound.

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Common Torque Wrench Sizes: Finding the Right Size

Torque wrenches are usually described by their drive size, which in turn indicates the bits you can use to tighten fasteners. The torque wrench size significantly impacts its functioning since the bigger the drive size and the longer the handle, the more torque it can deliver. There are varied sizes, all of which work to suit different tasks best. Some common roles for torque wrenches are fastening car parts, including;

  • Wheels
  • Connecting rods
  • Suspension bushing
  • Struts
  • Calipers 
  • Intake manifold
  • Cylinder heads

You may also need them on lawnmowers, mopeds, your HVAC, generators, etc. Having the right size makes your work easier and safer. Occasionally, two torque wrenches may crossover in function, but normally they are all geared to different roles.

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