A torque wrench is a tool that makes it convenient to fasten a nut used in automotive repairs or construction. It is a specific tool, devised by Conrad Bahr in the year of 1918 when he was working under the Water Department of New York City, to control the tightness of bolts on stream pipes underground.
When the tightness of bolts and screws are becoming critical, a torque wrench is used. It makes it convenient to the operator in measuring the torque being applied to the fastener for it to suit the standards required for a specific application. This, in turn, produces appropriate tension and structural loads of all the segments.
A torque wrench is used in applying specific torques to a fastener. It’s usually in the form of socket wrenches with a more specialized internal mechanism. You can use this when you want to make sure that the nut or bolt never over or under torqued.
What kinds of torque wrench do you need? There are six different kinds of torque that you can choose:
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