Torque gauge series designed to measure low torque from 0.5mN • m to 150cN • m
Two Body Sizes: ATG smaller and BTG larger coordinate with torque ranges.
Bi-directional operation handheld type torque gauge.
Aluminum Threaded keyless 3-jaw chuck is standard. (order replacement #00T45502B for ATG & #00T04282A for BTG)
For ATG: plastic chuck #322 or steel chuck #321 are also available as optional accessories
Push lock button holds the gauge in place while securing test object in the chuck
The dial is scaled by 270 degrees with a stopper which prevents over-loading.
Includes plastic storage case and certificate of calibration
For calibration, use calibration kits ATGTCL for ATG, and BTGTCL for BTG (sold separately) or contact our repair dept.
Top and Side scales feature memory pointers to insure easy and accurate torque reading from different angles.
Do's And Don'ts
Don’t use the torque gauge beyond the maximum torque setting. This will cause damage or injury.
Do inspect the gauge before each use, and ask a Tohnichi-authorized repair center to inspect or repair it if any parts are missing or damaged.
Don’t modify the gauge, or use a gauge that has any modifications except those approved by Tohnichi. Other modifications will weaken the gauge, or cause inaccuracy, as well as causing damage or possible injury.
Do take care to avoid shocks or jolts, including dropping the gauge. Damage or deformation may result, and accuracy and durability will be reduced.
Do use only parts approved by Tohnichi for repair and maintenance of the torque gauge. Ask your place or purchase, an authorized repair center, or contact Tohnichi for assistance in obtaining parts or repairs.
Proper use of torque wrench
Make sure that the proper measurement unit (kgf.cm, kgf.m, NM, lbf.in, etc) is used in setting the gauge.
Avoid submersion in water. Water will cause damage to internal components and ruin the gauge.
Torque gauges are required periodical inspection.
Before using or storing the gauge, or whenever necessary, remove all debris, oil, water etc. Keeping the gauge clean will prolong its life.
Use the gauge within a half of maximum torque value in the case of a breaking test.
How to read graduations
Measured object twisting method
1. For clockwise measurement, read the red numbered graduations on the side and dial face. When using the side graduation, read the red numbers on the B Graduation .
2. For counter-clockwise, read the green numbered on the graduation on the side and dial face. When using the side graduation, read the green numbers on the B Graduation.
The gauge twisting method
1. For clockwise measurement read the red numbered graduations on the side and dial face. When using the side graduation, read the red numbers on the A Graduation .
2. For counter-clockwise, read the green numbered graduation on the side and dial face. When using the side graduation, read the green numbers on the A Graduation.
Fix the Gauge onto your own custom made fixture.
Open 3-jaw chuck and insert the shaft of the measured object into the chuck while pushing the Push Lock.
Tighten the chuck firmly to the central position of the measured objective while pushing the Push Lock.
Twist the measured object in the measuring direction.
How to use memory pointer
Memory pointer on the side. For clockwise measurement move the red marked side of the memory pointer to the zero point of graduation. For counter-clockwise move the green marked side of the memory pointer to the zero point of the graduation.
Memory pointer on dial face (as option): Turn the knob to move the memory pointer so that it rests against either the right side of the main hand for clockwise measurement or to the left side for counter-clockwise measurement.
※ Side memory pointer is standard equipment, except for ATG045CN, 45ATGZ and ATG06Z. “-S” models are with a memory pointer on dial free.
Do not use the gauge other than torque measurements.
Check the handle to make sure it is free of oil, grease, dirt, or other contaminants. A slip of the hand can cause injury or improper tightening.
Examine gauge for cracks, scratches, rust, or other damage. These can cause gauge failure and operator injury.
Do not drop the gauge. Damage to gauge or injury may result.
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