Adjustable-Torque Handles

Adjustable-Torque Handles

Torque handles that provide tightening with steady torque for preventing overtightening.

Feature

  • Solution 1

    ADJUSTABLE-TORQUE HANDLES allows setting a desired tightening torque.

    [Conventional Problems]
    Tightening force depends on the operator.
    Applying too much force causes scratches or damages and lack of tightening causes rattling.

  • Solution 2

    The handle clicks to indicate completed tightening.

    [Conventional Problems]
    Recognizing to reach a desired torque is impossible.

  • Solution 3

    The handle position is adjustable.

    [Conventional Problems]
    Turning the handle in a confined space is difficult.

    When the handle is lifted, the teeth disengage from the locking element to adjust the handle position.

How To Set Torque

  • MECHANICAL LINEAR ACTUATORS

    1. Loosen the locking screw by inserting a hex. wrench into the underside of the body.

  • MECHANICAL LINEAR ACTUATORS

    2. Adjust the torque by turning the torque-adjusting screw in the side of the body.

  • 3. Measure the torque with a torque wrench.
    Connect a torque wrench to the Adjustable-Torque Handle.
    Apply a load in the tightening direction, and fine adjust the depth of torque-adjusting screw to reach the desired torque when the handle clicks.

  • 4. When the desired torque is reached, tighten the locking screw.

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