Below are some dependable devices that can used in testing power tools to determine / confirm their performance statistics.
This is a smart device used for testing all types of torque devices in all types of settings where full scale calibration is needed or where a quick Pass/Fail check is required. It supplies an accuracy of +/- 1% of indicated value in both clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Broad accuracy range extends from 10% to 100% of full scale. Three units of measure are available ft-lb, in-lb, and Nm.
It features three operating modes: Track Mode, Peak Hold and First Peak (for use with Click-style Torque device). The tester is built with a male square drive and also comes with a female-to-female square drive adapter. It is powered by a standard 9V battery that provides up to 50 hours run time. N.I.S.T. (National Institute of Standards and Technology) traceable certification is supplied with each tester. This tester also meets & exceeds requirements set forth in ASME B107.29. This device has won itself the GOLDEN SHIELD in our Best Cordless Tools Testers review.
This is a tester device used for testing click, dial, impulse, electric drivers, all power tools including digital wrenches. You would love that this tough tester is small and light enough to use anywhere. It can be used alongside any metrology grade tester. It is the smallest and lowest cost bench mount torque tester to date.
The TT-QC Quick Check is perfect for quick equipment verification right at your workstation. It features a unique rotating display and dual bolt pattern allow the tester to be used in both horizontal and vertical configurations. It is ideal for switching between pistol grip and inline tool checking. The TT-QC is quick to change test parameters, and works in either one button or automatic modes of operation. It has a Bi-directional accuracy of ± 1% of indicated reading, upto Eight (8) selectable engineering units: Oz.in., Lb.in., Lb.ft., Nm, cNm, KgfCm, gfCm, Kgfm !!, Rugged Aluminum Housing, NiMH rechargeable batteries that provide 8-10 hours continuous use, and includes NIST-Traceable Calibration Certificate. This device has won itself the SILVER SHIELD in our Best Cordless Tools Testers review.
This is a Digital Torque Tester designed to be mounted on the wall or used on a bench-top. It features an easy to use touch pad screen to capture peak torque values during a test in real time, and download stored torque data to a PC. All DTT (Digital Torque Tester) are sold in a kit with the complete tester, hard carrying case, a socket driver reducer adapter and AC/DC power supply. This particular CDI Torque 2503-F-DTT device supports the utilization of the testing protocol and standards developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). This device has won itself the 3RD POSITION in our Best Cordless Tools Testers review.
This is a torque comparator basically used for quick tool check before usage. It weighs 4.3 pounds, and has a dimension of 15.5 x 5.3 x 3.7 inches. This device measuers torques in inches, giving the user results in a familiar measurement unit. The Williams 1753-TC torque comparator does not require a battery to run and simply requires mounting on any flat surface in either horizontal or vertical position (wall or bench). It feautres an Accuracy of +/- 2% of torque reading and a Visual/Audible easy to read Dial/Indicators. This device has won itself the 4TH POSITION in our Best Cordless Tools Testers review.