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WHAT WE DO
CI Scientific is a test laboratory accredited to ISO 17025 with the capability of providing on-site and off-site calibration of torque wrenches to industry standards. Our highly trained technicians will verify your tools’ accuracy and ensure that they are re-adjusted or re-calibrated to the highest degree of accuracy.
We will arrange a schedule for regular verification and calibration of your torque wrenches to ensure they can provide consistent torque values that you can rely on. With our state-of-the-art laboratory-grade equipment, we will ensure that we undertake your calibration requirements within a 48-hour turnaround time (applicable to New South Wales only) so you can return to work as quickly as possible.
We are fully committed to the complete satisfaction of our customers and we can always be relied upon to deliver excellent services that are cost-effective and surpass customer expectations. Contact us today to obtain further information or to schedule the calibration of your torque wrenches.
THE IMPORTANCE OF TORQUE WRENCH CALIBRATION
The essence of measuring torque value is to ensure that the fastener is not over-tightened or under-tightened while ascertaining that the bolt or nut is properly fastened. Under-tightening a car part, for example, can result in a car that is structurally weak and potentially unsafe for use. Over-tightening can result in damage to the fastener and potentially, the car part, with the requirement for an expensive replacement of the part.
A torque wrench must therefore be set to a precise reading to achieve the desired torque. Our technicians can accurately test, calibrate and repair your tools on a regular basis to ensure that you achieve accurate results with your torque wrench all the time.
FACTORS INCLUDING ACCURACY
A number of factors influence the accuracy of a torque wrench. The more often a torque wrench is used, the more frequently the device has to be re-calibrated. Extreme weather conditions and exposure to the elements such as rain, sleet, or snow can cause a torque wrench to rust prematurely and interfere with its internal mechanisms. This will cause the device to perform poorly.
The application of an inappropriate amount of force on the grip of the device may overload it and compromise its accuracy. To ensure that your torque wrench provides consistently accurate and repeatable results, it is essential to validate its accuracy periodically. Torque wrench calibration should be done according to practices that comply with industry standards.
- CI Scientific calibrate all types of Torque Wrenches and Torque Measurement Devices (Meter)
- We calibrate all types of Torque Wrenches whether they are Mechanical, Hydraulic or Electronic and regularly service models such as the Norbar Torque, Warren & Brown, Kincrome and many other brands.
- Torque Wrenches range (0.1 – 6800nm)