Electronic Torque Wrench

| May 31, 2010

The electronic torque wrenches use beam movement to gauge torque value and a gyro chip to measure angular rotation and sound an alarm to alert the over-use of torque. The wrenches’ limited part movement design reduces required maintenance, the company says.

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