Product Reviews - November 24, 2015
-Read instruction manual before using your torque wrench.
-Safety glasses or goggles should be worn at all times when using any hand tool. -Always pull, DO NOT PUSH, to apply torque and adjust your stance to prevent a fall.
-Do not use with sockets or fasteners showing wear or cracks. -Ratchet mechanism may slip or break if dirty, mismatched or worn parts are used, therefore, properly inspect your torque wrench before using.
-Make sure the direction lever is fully engaged on the ratchet.
-All mechanical torque wrenches are calibrated from 20% to 100% of full scale, therefore, they should never be used below or above those limits.
-To determine which torque wrench capacity is best suited for an application, many factors must be considered. However, as a recommendation, use a torque wrench in the middle 50% of the overall capacity of the tool. This will result in longer tool life, ease of use for the operator and increased accuracy from micrometer adjustable type torque wrenches.
-Always grip handle firmly in the centre of the grip.
-Approach final torque slowly and evenly.
-Stop pulling wrench immediately when target torque is reached.
-Torque Wrench should be properly cleaned and stored.
-Micrometer adjustable type torque wrenches should always be stored at its lowest torque setting. Remember to always unwind handle after each use.
-Wrenches should be re-calibrated if dropped and should never be used in excess of its capacity.
-Micrometer Adjustable Torque Wrenches should be exercised a minimum of three times at 100% of full scale before use.
-The wrench selected should be calibrated in the same torque units that are specified.
-Clean torque wrench by wiping. Do not immerse.
-The wrench should be sent to a qualified calibration lab once every year or every 2,500 cycles for re-calibration.
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