The interchangeable heads for torque wrenches we patented in 1956 created efficiencies in production earning our customers countless profits.
The torque limiting clutch we patented is still the basis for torque screwdrivers and many power tools manufactured today.
The deflecting beam wrench that Walter P. Chrysler pioneered is alive and well in our digital torque wrench.
Our commitment to accuracy in torque measurement created the first power tool tester. That tester captured the inertial element so crucial in power tool testing.
We were the first American company to use the micro-processor in torque tool calibration equipment.
We are the only company that wirelessly connects mechanical click, digital, and pneumatic tool verification to one process control/monitor.
Please see our torque based knowledge on Error Proofing.
Sturtevant Richmont tools are proudly made by highly capable union hands.