Torq-Tronics 2 is the digital torque tester from Sturtevant Richmont with robust transducers and Fail Safe Engineering.
Accurate to +/- .5% Indicated Value this digital torque tester can be used as a daily verification workhorse and still calibrate torque tools and meet N.I.S.T. traceability standards. If your torque tester doesn't have Fail Safe Engineering you may want to take a closer look at your current tester and see where it is letting you down.
Fail Safe Engineering Protects Your Quality and Assembly Integrity
Sturtevant Richmont "Fail Safe Engineering" is a protocol based, event triggered process sequence that notifies everyone that a torque transducer has been stretched to at at least 120% of the rated capacity and should be checked to ensure that the transducer is still within required specification. T
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