Manual Click Wrench Calibration Systems
Click Wrench Calibration Systems with Minimal Operator Input
A.K.O. TSD2060 Click Wrench Calibration Systems are mechanical torque loaders with capacities of up to 4000 lbf∙ft. These systems provide precision, speed, and accuracy in the calibration of manual torque tools, while reducing the amount of labor required to perform a traditional calibration of a torque tool. Using an AKO loader system limits the human error that is inherent in traditional calibration methods. All AKO loaders use a precision ball screw to smoothly apply the torque load to the tool. The loader is fabricated from a solid aluminum casting, and uses custom machined parts for a long operational life, while maintaining AKO’s high standard of quality. The TSD2060 uses the proprietary advanced TSD6500 Digital Indicator that can be combined with up to 8 Transducers to provide continuous coverage over your entire operational torque range.
The TSD2060 Torque Loader System is AKO’s most versatile torque calibration systems with a wide variety of adapters and accessories available. With the appropriate accessories these systems are capable of calibrating many types of tools, such as Click Wrenches, Beam Wrenches, Dial Wrenches, Digital Torque Wrenches, Torque Watches, Torque Screwdrivers, Torque Multipliers, Direct Read Torque Multipliers, small capacity Hydraulic Wrenches, Pneumatic Torque Tools, Electronic Torque Tools, Inline Transducer calibrations, Tensiometers, Dynamometers, Force Gauges, Compression Gauges, Push/Pull Gauges and more.
The TSD2060 systems are user-driven with a hand-wheel to provide torque manually. The torque forces are self-contained by reacting against a two-way (CW, CCW) adjustable reaction post on stainless steel reaction slides allowing the reaction point to be set to any position. The tool being tested and calibrated is installed on the selected Torque Transducer’s square socket, or using a TSD1002 plate, or appropriate Adapter if required. Apply torque to the tool under test by turning the handwheel CW or CCW as appropriate until the torque value is reached.