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A torque “wrench” is really a precise torque instrument used to accurately apply a predetermined
amount of torque to a fastener. “Calibration” is a set of operations to check and adjust the measuring
performance of a torque wrench to establish accuracy standards.
Torque wrench calibration standards are set by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (A.S.M.E)
and are the recognized standard in the U.S and internationally. This is the standard used to manufacture
and test all CDI torque wrenches.