Special torque wrench for single bolt tightening.
Preset style with ring head.
Ring head prevents the wrench from slipping off the bolt.
Applicable in confined spaces.
The set torque cannot be changed without using a special tool (sold separately), preventing the operator from changing torque by mistake.
A clear "click" sound signals tightening completion upon reaching the set torque.
A wide selection of standard models backed up by a rapid delivery system
Applicable for international use including the EU region.
Compliant with ISO 6789 Type II Class B calibration procedures.
How to set the torque
SP420N, SP560N Series
1. Remove the cap by turning it counterclockwise with the Thrust Ring Tool.
2. Loosen the Thrust Ring Screw (hex set screw) by turning it counterclockwise with a hex bit.
3. Turn the Thrust Ring with the Thrust Ring Tool to set a torque. Use a tester (Model TDT3-G, TCC2-G, TF) for torque setting.
4. Fasten the Thrust Ring Screw by turning it clockwise with the hex bit. Fasten the Screw with the specified torque (T=40cN・m), then lock it. Use a torque driver (Model LTD or RTD)for fastening the Screw.
5. Fasten the cap by turning a clockwise with the Thrust Ring Tool.
Check if the wrench opening fits to the size of bolts or nuts to be tightened. (Select the right wrench for bolts or nuts.)
Set a required torque. (Use the wrench as it is if the torque is set beforehand.)
Apply the wrench head around a bolt head or nut.
Turn the torque wrench clockwise ( direction on the tube) to fasten the bolt.When you turn it counter clockwise (opposite direction of ), you don't hear a "click".
The use for tightening the left hand screw or loosening the bolt may cause a failure. For left threaded bolts or nuts use the wrench upside down.
Stop tightening operation when a click is heard.
Don't apply momentum with your own weight or use a jerking motion, when you pull the torque wrench. This will damage the torque wrench and may cause the wrench to come off of the bolt. Resulting in an accident or injury.
Don't use the torque wrench beyond the maximum torque setting. This will cause damage or injury.
Don't use the torque wrench if it is missing a pin or scale plate, etc. Ask a repair shop or our company to inspect the torque wrench and repair it before using.
Don't modify the torque wrench. Modifications will weaken the torque wrench. This may cause errors in accuracy, as well as, cause an accident or injury.
Don't drop the torque wrench or apply a strong shock or jolt. This will cause damage or deformation as well as decrease the accuracy and durability, which may cause an accident or injury.
Be aware of your surroundings when handling a large capacity torque wrench. Turning or walking while holding a large torque wrench may cause accident or injury, if the user is not alert.
Don't stand the torque wrench on end. If may fall or drop, and cause an accident or injury.
Use only parts designated by Tohnichi for repair of the torque wrench. Ask the place of purchase or our company for assistance when you repair, and use only Tohnich parts.
Don't use the torque wrench beyondn the Tmax. which described on the tube. This will cause damage or injury.
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