AC torque wrench multipliers deliver 100 - 4,500 lb-ft

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Among Norbar's Torque Tool specialties: New EvoTorque 2 AC-powered torque multipliers. More info on this new development. Factory calibrated and certified to ±3% accuracy, the new tools function well regardless of fluctuating voltages to deliver from 100 to 4,500 ft-lb. 

Torque, torque and angle, or torque audit mode configurations are for pretightened bolts. Both 110-v ac or 230-v ac versions are available. At 23 lb, EvoTorque 2's communication is via USB and Bluetooth 4.0 data transfer (Bluetooth Smart). Up to 3,000 readings can be stored in the multipliers so up to 3,000 readings can be internal-memory-stored. These data are with time and date stamping. The tool's EvoLog PC software manages data and tool configuration.

EvoTorque 2 handles a broad range of bolting applications from factory to field: fabrication, installation, verification, or maintenance projects. This new multiplier, as with all Norbar Torque Tools' products, is supported by the manufacturer's electronic torque measurement program.

 

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