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Digital Screwdriver Pays Attention To Details

The TorqueMate electronic microprocessor-controlled torque screwdriver from Mountz contributes to product quality, cost savings and a reduction in production failures through complete monitoring of th...


December 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

The TorqueMate electronic microprocessor-controlled torque screwdriver from Mountz contributes to product quality, cost savings and a reduction in production failures through complete monitoring of the fastening and assembly process with full data collection of the measured values. This digital screwdriver stores more than 2,000 values, detailing date, time and torque measurement information, and the statistical data can easily be downloaded from the screwdriver for evaluation, sharing and storage. The user-friendly interface makes it quick to set up torque testing and auditing parameters. Offered in various models and torque ranges, this compact tool can be used for torque calibration, joint testing, auditing or verifi-cation of torque applied. It is suitable for testing and storing test data for ISO, SPC and QC documentation.

Mountz

Reader Service Card No. 332 Thomson’s robust RW64-V RoundWay linear roller bearing offers a dynamic load capacity of 310,800 N (70,000 lb-ft) and operating temperatures up to 260C (500F) and speeds up to 31 m/s (100 ft/s). Engineered specifically to withstand extreme loads, speeds, temperature and contamination, the bearing operates on Thomson 60 Case LinearRace shafting, and is available in sizes ranging from 1/2 in. to 4 in. Concave rollers handle extremely high loads with a 10 million L10 rated travel life. The bearing can be used in severely contaminated applications such as metal removal, paper and wood processing and granite quarrying.

Thomson

Reader Service Card No. 333