Torque Applying Tools

Types of Applying Tools

Preset Tools: ideal in environments that require the same torque to be applied to a fastener time after time. As these types of tools are tamperproof they can be used by operators of any skill level. The tools must be set using a Calibration Analyser.

Calibrated Scale Tools: ideal for use in areas where a range of different torque settings need to be applied. These types of tools have a visible scale that allows the user to adjust them to their desired torque setting.


The principles underlying Torque Tool Mechanisms

Slipping Tools: Overtightening Impossible When the preset torque value is reached, (as indicated by the dotted line in the graph) a mechanism in these tools cause the application of torque to cease and the tools slip free.

Breaking Tools: Overtightening Unlikely When the preset torque value is reached, (as indicated by the dotted line in the graph) these tools break at a specific point along their length. The movement is approximately 20°.

Clicking Tools: Overtightening Possible When the preset torque value is reached, (as indicated by the dotted line in the graph) the operator will hear a click and feel an impulse. The movement is approximately 3°.

Torque Applying Tools

Redefined Preset Torque Screwdrivers
  • Accurate process control is ensured by eliminating under and over tightening due to the proven Torqueleader slipping technology
  • Years of dependable service is provided by the robust design especially if regularly calibrated
Pro Preset Torque Screwdrivers
  • In addition to the main bullets on page 13 the Pro 450 and 1350 models come with T-Bars as standard to assist with higher torque
  • To allow for customisation and clear identification interchangeable coloured end caps are available in packs of four 
ESD Preset Torque Screwdrivers
  • In addition to the main bullets on page 13 the ESD 450 and 1350 models come with T-Bars as standard to assist with higher torque
  • ESD models are ideal for safe electronic component assembly as these are EPA compliant
Prime Preset Torque Screwdrivers
  • Prime is equally suited to undoing fasteners due to its One Way (O/W) action as standard
  • Ideal for one off applications due to its competitive pricing
TLS 0022 Micro FH
  • Torque range from 0.005 to 1.35 N.m
  • Compact tamperproof tools that deliver the correct torque accurately and repeatedly.
Standard SD
  • Torque range from 0.06 to 4.06 N.m
  • Compact tamperproof tools that deliver the correct torque accurately and repeatedly
TLS 1360 FH
  • Torque range from 1 to 13.6 N.m
  • Compact tamperproof tools that deliver the correct torque accurately and repeatedly
CRS 100-0135 FH
  • These tools are designed to protect precision products from contamination during assembly. They are designed specifically for use in Clean Rooms by utilising suitable surface treatments and incorporating high performance seals in their design.
  • Operator fatigue is minimised by the soft reset action of the tool.
PSE Ergo Production Torque Screwdrivers
  • Accurate process control is ensured by eliminating under and over tightening due to the proven Torqueleader slipping technology
  • These versatile tools are ideal for a wide range of applications by offering both bi-directional and one way slipping actions
Quickset 6 SD
  • Quickset screwdrivers achieve accurate torque application by eliminating both under and over tightening using Torqueleader’s proven slipping technology. This enables any user to deliver the correct torque with confidence regardless of task and operator skill level
  • Fast and accurate to set, using the quick and clear to read micrometer setting scale