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Click Type Torque Wrench

Tohnichi’s lineup of click type torque wrenches includes adjustable types with torque scale, prelock types that have a torque scale but also help prevent human error by making it difficult to change torque value, preset types without a torque scale that are designed for repeated tightening at the same torque, Pokayoke (error-proofing) torque wrenches that help prevent missed tightening, angle wrenches for rotation angle tightening, and types that, in addition to their click function, transmit tightening torque data wirelessly.

Adjustable Torque Wrench

Adjustable Torque Wrench

With torque scale. Lineup includes ratchet function, metal handles with a knurled finish grip, and interchangeable head types. The QL/QLE2 series works with a wide range of bolts, from M4 to M42.

Pre-lock Torque Wrench

Pre-lock Torque Wrench

Prelock type is effective in preventing mistaken torque settings. Lineup includes models with ratchet, and interchangeable head types.

Preset Torque Wrench

Preset Torque Wrench

Preset type without torque scale. Lineup includes models with ratchet, interchangeable head types, models with open end head and ring spanner, and rotary slip type.

Pokayoke Torque Wrench

Pokayoke Torque Wrench

Tohnichi’s pokayoke (error-proofing) torque wrenches come in a variety of models, including: • LS models that control the number of tightening operations, to prevent missed tightening • FH models that transmit tightened-to-completion signals wirelessly • BL solar powered models that eliminate the need for batteries • Marking models that automatically mark bolt heads when set torque is achieved, to provide evidence of proper tightening • CSPLD models that transfer tightening torque data over a cable

Angle Wrench

Angle Wrench

Angle wrenches for rotation angle tightening. An LS type torque wrench can be equipped with an M-DW angle display module to convert it into an angle wrench. Examples are DWQL and the digital angle wrench CTA2.

Wireless Data Transfer Torque Wrench

Wireless Data Transfer Torque Wrench

A clicking sound is heard when set torque is achieved, and at the same time tightening torque data is transmitted wirelessly from the torque wrench.

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