In-process testing

Published:  03 November, 2017

INSPECTpro, the new portable measurement and evaluation instrument from Schatz, a KISTLER Group company, offers a convenient way to test torque and rotation angle on bolted joints. The company says this system provides graphic analyses of assembly processes to ensure that bolted joint assemblies meet optimum quality standards.

The software and hardware of the INSPECTpro torque and angle instrument provide graphical process analysis in assembly operations to ensure optimal quality of bolted joint assembly. The company says the versatile instrument is equally suited to a wide variety of quality assurance applications including random-sample testing, testing drivers and torque wrenches, testing joint components, and determining the process capability of already assembled bolted joints in combination with handheld torque/angle sensors up to 5,000 Nm.

t: 01256 741550

e: sales.uk@kistler.com

w: http://tinyurl.com/KIL-6421-66

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