Torque Wrench Calibration
The Dynetics DynTORQ Torque Wrench Calibration System maximizes the efficiency of the torque wrench calibration process — a particularly important benefit for organizations that require high-volume, time-sensitive torque wrench calibration capabilities.
With the DynTORQ System, users will benefit from outstanding ease of use and maintenance, high levels of accuracy and repeatability, and features for data management. The DynTORQ System is backed by Dynetics’ 35 years of experience in meeting demanding engineering and technical requirements for a range of customers.
Cost-effective, fully automated calibrations for 1- to 1,500-ft. lb. torque ranges: The DynTORQ System supports the range of torque force required to calibrate the most commonly used torque wrenches – 1- to 1,500-ft. lbs. The system is fully automated through a computer-driven motor actuator capable of generating more than 3,500 pounds of force. DynTORQ features error checking, limited measurement interference, and a sliding handle assembly that accommodates even very large wrench sizes.
Highly efficient calibration process: With the system’s clean, straightforward design, the process of setting up for and performing torque wrench calibrations is easy and efficient. The time to complete a calibration is greatly reduced, which means technicians benefit from improved productivity, and organizations profit from significant savings in time and money.
High accuracy, repeatability: DynTORQ’s smart design and state-of-the-art dual-cell torque cell technology deliver not only the highest levels of accuracy (plus or minus 1% of nominal reading from 10% to 100% of torque cell full scale), but also unparalleled repeatability. This means the three calibrations that technicians currently must perform to ensure reliability are no longer required.
Complete data management: One of DynTORQ’s unique features is a built-in barcode reader that helps quickly identify each tool before testing. The user simply scans a tool’s barcode and DynTORQ retrieves identifying information from an internal database, including the tool’s manufacturer, serial number, last calibration date, next scheduled calibration date, and previous torque measurements. DynTORQ can use the stored information to generate printable reports, allowing the technician to manage a tool’s calibration history.
- Fully automated through computer/controller
- Computer interface provides error-checking, and error alerts help prevent tool damage
- DynTORQ provides a dual-range capability that minimizes torque cell changes
- Force is created by a motor-actuator
- Isolation of the torque sensor head eliminates interference that may affect measurements
- Indexing ring allows calibration of ratchet-type torque wrench
- Sliding handle assembly accommodates torque wrench lengths from 8 to 78 inches