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Torque Wrenches

Torque Wrenches

Avoid equipment damage or malfunction from under- or overtightened fasteners. Torque wrenches have a digital or analog display that indicates how much torque has been applied to a fastener. Wrenches with features such as an audible click or a quick-release function help prevent overtightening.

Micrometer

Also known as clicker wrenches, micrometer torque wrenches click to alert the user when the desired amount of torque for an application has been reached. Often used in automotive, industrial, and military applications, these ratchet-action wrenches do not need to be repositioned between each turn and can be used in both directions. Some models allow the user to adjust the torque limit, and others have a factory-preset limit that cannot be changed. On models with an automatic reset feature, the wrench will release when the desired torque has been reached. For best accuracy, the tool should be set to the lowest setting on the scale when stored.

Fixed Head — Click Indication

14 in Drive

38 in Drive

12 in Drive

34 in Drive

1 in Drive

Dial

An analog dial on the tool has one needle that displays the amount of torque being applied to a fastener in a given application, and a second needle that indicates the maximum amount of torque achieved while the tool is in use. Unlike other types of torque wrenches, the position of the handle does not affect the accuracy of the reading for these wrenches. Used in the aerospace and defense industries, dial torque wrenches provide good accuracy and can be operated in a left- or right-hand direction, but they require the user to look at the dial head-on in order to read the display. Depending on the size of the dial display, these wrenches may be difficult to use when space around the fastener is limited.

Fixed Head

14 in Drive

38 in Drive

12 in Drive

34 in Drive

1 in Drive

Electronic

These wrenches have a digital display that shows the amount of torque the tool has applied to a fastener. The user can choose to view readouts of the torque measurement as it's applied or to view the highest value that's been recorded in an application. The tool can be programmed to alert the user with lights or sound when a desired amount of torque has been reached. Some digital torque wrenches allow measurements to be saved in the tool's internal memory and downloaded to an external device for record-keeping purposes, and some wrenches allow measurements to be viewed in a range of units. These wrenches can be operated in either direction. Digital torque wrenches are useful for quality control and other process applications where quick readings and good accuracy are key.

Fixed Head — Buzzer & Lights Indicator

Flexible Head — Buzzer & Lights Indicator

Interchangeable Head — Buzzer & Lights Indicator

Beam

Known for their simple low-maintenance design and reliable accuracy, beam wrenches are a good choice for a wide range of applications. When force is applied to the handle of the wrench to turn a nut or bolt, an analog scale on the handle indicates the amount of torque that has been applied. The tool's calibration can be verified by confirming that the display reads zero when there is no force applied to the handle, making beam-style torque wrenches useful for checking the calibration of other torque wrenches. The tool can be operated in either direction, but the user must be able to view the display head-on to use the tool effectively.

Fixed Head

38 in Drive

12 in Drive