Why hydraulic torques need calibration?

Asked Jun 01, 2017
On calibration the device could provide quality measurements and accuracy over measurements which is recorded through a typical tool. When the device is capable of holding an accuracy of over + or - 5% accuracy then your tool is trusted to be calibrated.
Answered Jun 02, 2017
The torque wrench is the used product for achieving proper load on a fastener. Research shows all torque equipment manual tools and power tools require calibration both upon purchase and periodically after use. They will not remain accurate infinitely throughout their lives.

Torque wrench calibration is a critical step in assembly, therefore, because even if you have a great process and skilled labor, your results won’t be good if you don’t have accurate tools.

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Answered Jan 22, 2021

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