torque show

En­er­pac brings out the ETW-Se­ries elec­tric torque wrench

Earthmovers & Excavators - - Plant & Equipment -

En­er­pac’s new ETW-Se­ries elec­tric torque wrenches are de­signed to de­liver fast, ac­cu­rate and safe fas­ten­ing of crit­i­cal joints.

Suited to com­plex jobs which de­mand pre­ci­sion and trace­abil­ity, the ETW tools are op­er­ated us­ing a 7-inch in­ter­ac­tive touch­screen – which is housed in a flame- and im­pact-re­sis­tant con­trol box – as well a con­trol panel on the back of the wrench it­self.

A sin­gle con­trol box may be used to op­er­ate mul­ti­ple wrench mod­els.

En­er­pac says the touch­screen is sim­ple to nav­i­gate, al­low­ing fas­ten­ing re­quire­ments to be in­put quickly and eas­ily, while the im­pactre­sis­tant con­trol panel on the back of the wrench gives the op­er­a­tor the free­dom to con­trol the wrench while on the ap­pli­ca­tion.

Torque and an­gle func­tion­al­ity al­lows the in­put of a nom­i­nal torque value fol­lowed by a spe­cific an­gle of ro­ta­tion, while an au­to­matic mode helps sim­plify and au­to­mate com­plex jobs through the creation of au­to­matic pre­sets which ap­ply a de­sired se­quence of torque steps to a de­sired num­ber of fas­ten­ers.

The con­trols and bright LED dis­play on the back of the wrench al­low the user to di­rectly in­put de­sired torque val­ues, change the di­rec­tion of ro­ta­tion, and mon­i­tor the fas­ten­ing process with­out re­turn­ing to the con­trol box.

In terms of safety, lift points on the wrench en­able the use of a po­si­tion­ing han­dle or lift­ing de­vice for greater han­dling safety, while a ground fault de­tec­tor pro­tects the op­er­a­tor in the event of in­suf­fi­cient ground­ing.

Each tool is per­for­mance tested and shipped with a fac­tory cal­i­bra­tion cer­tifi­cate. The wrenches and con­trol boxes may be pur­chased sep­a­rately or as a set.

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