Team Torque Inc. Calibration Service: Accredited Torque Wrench Angle Calibration

Team Torque Inc. Calibration Service: Accredited Torque Wrench Angle Calibration
Team Torque's New Torque Angle Calibration Service Is ISO 17025 Certified

PRESS RELEASE UPDATED February 10, 2020 -
CDI Electronic Torque Angle Wrench
Bismarck, North Dakota, February 10, 2020 - As part of the ongoing service development for torque measuring instruments, Team Torque Inc. announces the first ISO accredited metrology laboratory in the world for Digital Torque Wrench Angle Calibration.

The Torque Angle Calibration's accuracy is better than 0.015 degrees for any programmed rotation, far exceeding the required 4:1 accuracy ratio. Most torque wrenches are accurate to a few degrees.

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Critical Installation Success starts and ends with an actual torque tool certification


- OUR DADS always taught us - that using the right tool for the job produces the best results. In addition, we all know how using the wrong tool produces well, less than the best results (Crescent wrench to hammer in a nail is bad!)
Somewhere along the line, everyone who has ever held a wrench in his or her hand has attempted to use a 7/16 inch wrench (or socket) on a 10-millimeter bolt head. I know I have. You know you have. How’d that work out for you?
Yeah, you might have gotten away with it when tightening the plastic cover on your lawn mower… But I bet you can remember a somewhat more critical application and the swear words you uttered each time you rounded off a corne...

Zero Wheel-Off Goal = “What the hell is a wheel-off?”

Zero Wheel-Off Goal = “What the hell is a wheel-off?

-Mark Anderson, Team Torque Inc.

How well do you understand the meaning of the term irony? Simply put, irony occurs where actions or events have the opposite result from what is expected or what is intended. Here’s a great example of irony: Remember those odd, two-wheeled Segway motorized scooters? Well, the owner of the company that makes those scooters died when he somehow managed to drive his Segway off an 80-foot cliff. Now, you might expect that he would be an expert Segway rider. In addition, we can be pretty sure that he did not intend to perform a midair, 180-degree, front-side kick-flip over a limestone cliff wh...