What is the difference between torque wrench and socket wrench?

johnsmith1
Asked Jun 26, 2017
The socket wrench is one among the system of wrenches that departs the wrench handle from the wrench that engages the fastener. Whereas, the torque wrench are the torque indicating socket wrench handle. When it is used properly, that could help you calculate the torque amount while fastening using the wrench. It also limits the amount of torque which is applied on material.
amgboltingsolut
Answered Jun 27, 2017

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