01 October 2009
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Torque tool calibrator will print certificates

Norbar has launched what it terms the "ultimate" torque measurement, calibration and data archiving system.

The system includes Torque Data Management System software, which allows the simple processing of data for analysis and retrieval and can even print calibration certificates.

Called T-Box, the bright red hand held and bench mounted torque measuring instrument boasts a user friendly, colour, touch screen interface and works as a data management tool for all torque controlled tools. It enables click, dial and electronic torque wrenches, stall tools, pulse tools, hydraulic torque wrenches and clutch tools to be calibrated by a simple touch of the screen. The specially developed Pulse Tool Mode uses a mathematical algorithm accurately to determine the output torque of impulse tools.

The built-in software package collates the test results and populates an electronic certificate which can then be transferred by Bluetooth to a PC for printing and archive storage. The computer link is a two way affair so that previous certificates can be uploaded to T-Box when the next calibration is due. With the ISO calibration mode selected, T-Box will guide the user through every step of ISO 6789, the standard for calibrating torque wrenches.

Paul Gay


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