Opening a New Shop?

If you’re someone who likes to work with their hands, then you might be thinking about opening your own shop, whether that’s as a mechanic or building machinery for a certain industry. At Abolox® Tools, we love supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs, and if you need new torque wrenches for your shop, then we can provide you with outstanding options. With our selection of wrenches, heads, calibration systems, and more, you can find everything you need to get your shop up and running!
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Find Your New Torque Wrenches Today

Torque wrenches can be used in a number of applications, including automotive, industrial, and military projects. If you use torque wrenches on a daily basis, then you know how beneficial they can be when it comes to securing fasteners and ensuring everything is joined together as it should. At Abolox® Tools, we want to make sure that you have the right wrenches in your hand for every job, and with our selection of torque options, you can find everything you need in one place.
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Calibration System vs Tester

Torque calibration systems are more accurate than testers, due to their sophisticated electronics combined with finely geared mechanical loaders, which apply consistently precise torque to the tool being calibrated (adjusted) and certified.

Torque testers are used too quickly to check the accuracy of a torque wrench, and should not be used for calibration.

“Testing” is normally performed between calibrations as periodic confirmation that the torque wrench is operating properly.

Torque testers are also effective to train torque wrench users on how to properly apply torque.
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Calibration Systems Overview

Facilities that utilize many torque wrenches recognize the benefits of performing in-house calibration of
their wrenches. In-house calibration saves time and money, and ensures the wrenches used meet
standards, or calibration requirements that may be unique to the customer. Typical company
departments that manage and perform calibration would be “metrology” (instrument measurement),
tool Room, Maintenance, Quality Control/Assurance, etc.
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Quick Facts on Torque Wrenches

Quick Fact: The first Torque Wrench was invented by Conrad Bahr in 1918 while working for the New York City
Water Department. It was designed to prevent overtightening bolts on water main and steam pipe repairs
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