|Part Number||Model Designation||Low Range Capacity English||English Capacity||Low Range Metric||Metric Capacity|
|810854||SLTC 150 I||30 in. lb.||150 in. lb.||3.4 Nm||17 Nm dovetail|
|810855||SLTC 300 I||60 in. lb.||300 in. lb.||6.8 Nm||34 Nm dovetail|
|810856||SLTC 750 I||150 in. lb.||750 in. lb.||17.0 Nm||85 Nm dovetail|
|810857||SLTC 1800 I||360 in. lb.||1800 in. lb.||40.8 Nm||204 Nm dovetail|
|810858||SLTC 3600 I||720 in. lb.||3600 in. lb.||50.6 Nm||408 Nm dovetail|
|810859||SLTCS 7200 I||1440 in. lb.||7200 in. lb.||162.6||813 Nm cap., 3/4” fixed square drive|
|810860||SLTCR 7200 I||1440 in. lb.||7200 in. lb.||162.6||813 Nm cap., 3/4” ratcheting square drive|
|10440||Cable for SLTC||Cable with plug, Switch Wrench, SLTC 150I only, coiled 12' extended|
|10421||Cable for SLTC||Cable with plug, Switch Wrench, all SLTC/SLTCS/SLTCR models except 150I, coiled 12' extended|
|10442||Cable||For SLTC 150 I Wrench: Right Angle Cable, Switch Wrench to bare end, coiled 12' extended|
|10423||Cable||Cable, Switch Wrench to bare end, all SLTC/SLTCS/SLTCR except 150I, coiled 12' extended|
|10510||Cable||Straight Cable, no coil, Switch Wrench to bare end. 12' in length.|
Cables are sold separately so you can get the configuration you need for your operation.
Our Hardwired Preset Clicker-Type Torque Wrenches are based on our industry favorite LTC/LTCR/LTCS line of preset torque wrenches. These tools add a unique control function by measuring time in the “clicked” position. We have always taken an "Error Proofing By Design" and "Error Proofing By Behavior Modification" design approach and this unique function reduce operator technique variation through immediate reporting and reinforcement of correct use technique. For an extended discussion of this method of control, scroll down to the Related Pages section to learn more about closing this gap in your torque application. These tools are ideal for those who wish in inexpensive and highly effective control and who have the PLC and knowledge resources to implement the communication and feedback system.
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Error Proofing From A Different Angle: Definition of error proofing and some observations by W. Edwards Deming.
Finding The Balance: In error proofing "one size fits no one." To find what fits in your organization, start with the fundamental question of "How much responsibility for error proofing should be given to the tool and how much should be operator responsibility?" This section provides more on this concept.
Six Error Proofing Scenarios: Error proofing solutions all have trade-offs. You can have control or you can have flexibility. Rarely do you get both. This page looks at error proofing extremes as well as the middle ground.
How Much Are You Investing In Errors? If your current error proofing system or approach still leaves you with errors you are investing in errors, not error proofing. Error proofing is about quality and it is also very much about dollars and common sense. This page digs into that.
Understanding The Common Centerline: Not having a common centerline is one invisible place where your error proofing approach can introduce errors instead of eliminating them. If you want to know how to calculate a common centerline and why it is important this page is for you.
There is more about error proofing in our tool pages. If you need more, your Sturtevant Richmont Sales Professional is a great resource to help.
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