Do Your Testing Engineers Have the Best Available Tools?
Torque analyzers are important to engineers all over the world. From space engineers who are using torque measurement products to predict the tolerance of equipment that will be used on custom load cells to engineers in the U.S. who are testing both clockwise and counter clockwise torque measurements in machine shops, torque analyzers are essential.
Both hand held measurement devices and larger torque sensors help engineers in a variety of fields test and improve the products that we depend on every day. From the automobile industry to heating and cooling services for both home and office, the use of torque analyzers provide a way to test strain individual parts and to test that products are manufactured to international standards, as well as industry specifications.
With the detailed information that can be garnered from a wide range of torque measurement solutions, companies of all sizes can help testing engineers find the torque analyzers that will meet the available budget and quality control needs. Consider these statistics about the testing tools that are available to check all kinds of rotating equipment:
- Comparing the measurements of two instruments is the goal of any calibrating instrument. The process involves using a known magnitude or correctness, which is called a standard device, against which engineers measure the unit under testing.
- Designed to operate in a wide temperature range, load cell and torque sensor units can function from -452 degrees F to 450 degrees F.
- One single cracks in the field that is as small as 0.01 inches in an actual structure can still be detected by an electrochemical fatigue crack sensor system.
- Strain gauge type load cells, hydraulic load cells, diaphragm load cells, spool type load cells, and ring type load cells are the five types of load cells depending on the primary and secondary element that is used to measure force.
- Strain gauge technology is very well established and has been proven for more than 40 years in the testing of all kinds of load cells.
Many industries depend on the reliability that is established by torque analyzing tools. From aerospace to automotive, and from pharmaceuticals to plastics, torque wrench measurements test the safety standards that are required by both international codes and industry specific guidelines.