Welcome to the world of torque calibration!
Torque calibration is the process of measuring and adjusting the torque output of a tool or device. This ensures that the tool or device is providing the correct amount of torque for a specific task, and helps to prevent damage to equipment and injury to workers.
In order to ensure the safety and accuracy of equipment, regular torque calibration is crucial. Industries such as automotive, aerospace, construction, and manufacturing rely on the accuracy of torque measurements to produce high-quality products and maintain their equipment.
There are a variety of methods used for torque calibration, such as using a torque wrench or a torque sensor. The method used will depend on the specific application and the level of precision required.
In Australia, there are several standards and certifications that may be required for torque calibration. These include ISO/IEC 17025, which is the international standard for laboratory competence, and NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities), which is the Australian accreditation body for laboratory testing and calibration. Additionally, many industries have their own specific regulations and standards that must be followed.
At CI Scientific, we understand the importance of accurate torque measurements. That's why we offer a range of torque calibration services to meet the needs of different industries. Our team of experienced metrologists use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to provide fast and reliable torque calibration services.
We also have our own in-house metrologist which ensures that we have a high level of expertise and experience in the field, and can provide guidance and advice on the best calibration methods for a specific application.
Don't let inaccurate torque measurements put your equipment or your workers at risk. Contact us today to schedule your torque calibration service and ensure the safety and accuracy of your equipment.
Torque calibration is utilized in multiple industries that demand accurate torque measurement. Industries that frequently use torque calibration include:
There are a wide range of equipment and machines that may require torque calibration, including:
In summary, any equipment or machine that is used to apply torque to fasteners or other components, or that has torque settings that can be adjusted, may require torque calibration to ensure that it is providing the correct amount of torque for a specific task and to ensure the safety and accuracy of equipment.