When ordering Torque Tool Manager 4.0 (TTM 4.0) use part number 10599.
Torque Tool Manager 4.0 (TTM 4.0) is our calibration and certification software directly engineered to work with Torq-Tronics 2 and System 8. It is also backward compatible so it also works with Torq-Tronics, System 4/5, and System 6.
TTM 4.0 fulfills your TS 16949 and ISO 17025 requirements. TTM 4.0 gives you a robust database about your torque tools and it also allows you to print Calibration Certificates. You can also track past and future calibration dates.
TTM 4.0 keeps records for each tool, including calibration date, serial number, tester and transducer serial numbers, and operator identification. It also tracks "As Found" and "As Left" test results. NIST traceability numbers and all other data requirements for ISO and QS compliance are covered.
TTM 4.0 error-proofs calibration procedures and virtually eliminates retesting due to operator error. TTM 4.0 downloads the proper test protocol to your SR tester and sets up the tester for the tool. It only accepts results that are in line with the test protocol. Errors resulting from failure to follow the programmed test procedure are automatically rejected.
Your error-proofing program starts with calibration. If your calibration program is introducing variables into the system they are magnified down-stream and your quality suffers. When this happens companies typically see the direct result in the rework and warranty costs.
You can try Torque Tool Manager 4.0, at no cost, for 30 days. At the end of 30-day free trial, the program authorizes all data and the trial copy suspends.
This video provides you with an in-depth overview of Torque Tool Manager 4.0.
If you decide to buy the program, you'll need to contact Sturtevant Richmont to get a license key.
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Torque Tool Manager 4.0 software program was written in Carol Stream, Illinois.