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torque wrench

[′tȯrk ‚rench]
(engineering)
A hand or power tool used to turn a nut on a bolt that can be adjusted to deliver a predetermined amount of force to the bolt when tightening the nut.
A wrench that measures torque while being turned.

torque wrench

A wrench that incorporates a gauge, such as a dial, that provides a numerical indication of the torque that has been applied to a shaft.

torque wrench

torque wrench
A wrench designed to disengage when the torque required to turn a bolt, nut, or the like increases beyond a certain point. Also, a wrench with a gauge, which shows the pressure exerted.
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Prior to launching the Slimline in 1963, designed by Dr Henry Edward Merritt, arguably Britain's best known gearbox designer of the 1950s, all Norbar torque wrenches used an external, break-back mechanism.
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series hydraulic torque wrenches incorporate a disconnect feature that allows a cylinder to be attached to either a conventional square drive link or hex link quickly and easily.