We have a long-established system for understanding model numbers. In essence, we have error proofed this process to ensure that you are ordering the part you want.
The system is based on a part number, tool capacity designation, and a unit of measure designation. Below we have listed some samples that help make our ordering system error proof.
We explain the system below the examples chart.
|Part Number||Model Designation||Unit of Measure|
|10009||TT 25 IO||Inch Ounces|
|10285||TT 10 I||Inch Pounds|
|10289||TT 80||Foot Pounds|
In our model designation column, you will see different alpha characters following the numerical model designation.
Part number 10009 has the model designation of TT 25 IO. The TT identifies the transducer model series. The 25 identified the capacity. the IO following the capacity identifies the units of measure. In this case, the TT 25 IO tells us that this TT series transducer has a capacity of 25-inch ounces.
Part number 10285 has the model designation of TT 10 I., In this case, the capacity is 10 and the unit of measure are inch-pounds.
Where there is no unit of measure designation immediately following the capacity, foot-pounds is the standard unit of measure. If you see a metric designation following the capacity, those units of measure are metric.
This system applies to all of our tools. Here we have seen the examples for torque transducers. The system also applies to our wrenches and screwdrivers. By keeping the designation system consistent with all product lines we hope to eliminate any ordering errors that may occur. We rarely have customers order the wrong part number. We would like to prevent any and all errors whether it is in the application of torque, testing torque tools, or ordering our products.