CDI Calibration Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the Warranty? 
One Year from Date of Purchase.

Do CDI calibration systems work with other brands of torque wrenches? 
Yes, any brand of torque wrench can be tested What types of torque tools cannot work on these
systems? They will not calibrate impact tools or pulse tools

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What is Torque?

Torque is rotational or turning force

Torque is measured in length and force:

Length means distance from "center of drive" to “center of handle" Force means "pounds", “Newtons etc

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What is a torque wrench?

A torque wrench is any device that applies a pre-determined amount of torque to a fastener.
• It may be mechanical or electronic in design.
• A torque wrench has some type of indicating device which lets the operator know when the correct torque has
been achieved: "click" or "impulse-break"; feel; sound; lights; gauge; or some combination of these.

Quick Fact: The Micrometer Click Type Wrench (Shown) is the most affordable and common torque
wrench used today.
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Qualifying the need and cost savings of an in-house calibration system is relatively easy.

1) Perform a simple "Torque Audit" of your facility:

A) Identify how many torque wrenches are used in the facility.
B) What types of torque wrenches are used? Micrometer, dial, digital, torque screwdriver, etc.
C) What are the torque ranges of the tools, low to high?
D) Do you have a Quality Control lab, tool room, or maintenance department that would perform the torque calibration? If so, meet with the leader and staff of that department to decide what you need.
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Safety & Performance. Applying accurate torque is critical to assembly applications, engines
and precision equipment.

- Creating a proper clamp load is the main objective when applying torque to a fastener.
Engine cylinder heads, pipe coupling, wheels, all need to be “clamped" uniformly to specific
torque values.

- There are three main factors that affect the correct application of torque: (1) Condition of
components, (2) Accuracy of torque instrument, (3) Properly applied torque values.

- Appling torque incorrectly can lead to stripped threads, premature loosening or broken
fasteners that can cause catastrophic failure. Leaking joints may cause engine or equipment
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