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FTY Test Bench: Precision in Torque Tool Testing

Versatile Compatibility:
Test a wide array of torque tools, including wrenches (electronic/digital, click), pneumatic, electric, and battery tools, and pulse tools (excluding impact wrenches).

Precise Curve Definition:
Tailor torque/angle curves with production line programming for fasteners used with torque tools, covering a range from hard to soft joints.

Statistical Process Control (SPC):
Measure machine capability (Cm, Cmk), implement SPC with X, R charts, and adhere to ISO 6789 and ISO 5393 standards for robust torque tool testing.

Compliance with International Standards:
1. ISO 6789: Adherence to torque tool testing standards.
2. ISO 5393: Comprehensive testing methodologies aligning with industry standards.


Torque Range 0.2-100 Nm (range depends from the transducers configuration) 
Torque Accuracy 0.5% readout +/- 1 digit (from 20% to 100% of cell cell capacity)
1% readout +/- 1 digit (from 10% to 20% of cell cell capacity)
Max Tool Speed 1100 RPM
Angle Accuracy  +/- 1 over 360 degrees
Joint Simulation Range  15-360 degrees (angle measured from 50% to 100% of the target torque



FTY: The Revolutionary Tool Tester - Simulating Real Fasteners for True Torque Insights

Tired of generic testing benches that fail to capture real-world fastening scenarios? Introducing FTY, the first tool tester that truly mimics the full spectrum of fastener behavior. This game-changer outperforms traditional benches by 40% and delivers unmatched accuracy and insights for your power tools and wrenches.

FTY's magic lies in its unique abilities:

Test virtually any tool: From electronic wrenches to pneumatic and battery-powered options, FTY handles them all (except impact wrenches).

Go beyond simple torque: Analyze joint behavior, tool performance, and process control with features like:

  • Statistical Process Control (SPC): Track machine capability and optimize tightening processes.
  • Click point auto-detection: Verify click torque accuracy in click wrenches effortlessly.
  • Comparative testing: Compare different tools and identify the best performers.
  • Mechanical wrench loader: Simulate real-world tightening scenarios.
  • External transducer connectivity: Expand testing capabilities for specific needs.
  • Joint editor: Simulate complex, non-linear joint behavior for even more precise testing.

Fast and hassle-free setup: Get started quickly and easily, saving you valuable time.

Fully customizable: Tailor FTY to your specific needs with hardware and transducer configuration options.

SQnet+ integration: Seamlessly integrate with SQnet+ software for comprehensive data management.

Robust design, minimal maintenance: Enjoy a reliable tool that requires minimal upkeep.

FTY delivers tangible benefits:

  • Optimize tool selection and usage: Choose the right tool for the job and maximize its efficiency.
  • Reduce downtime and maintenance: Identify potential issues before they cause costly disruptions.
  • Ensure compliance: Confidently meet industry standards like ISO 6789 and 5393.
  • Make data-driven decisions: Gain valuable insights to improve your entire fastening process.

Versatile Tool Compatibility

1. *Wrenches:* Covering electronic/digital, click, and a variety of torque tools.
2. *Pneumatic, Electric, and Battery Tools:* Ensuring broad compatibility for various applications.
3. *Pulse Tools:* Exceptional testing capabilities, excluding impact wrenches.

Precise Torque/Angle Curve Definition

1. Tailored Production Line Programming: Define torque/angle curves precisely for fasteners used with torque tools.
2. Hard to Soft Joint Range: Comprehensive testing covering the entire spectrum, from hard joints to soft joints.

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

1. Machine Capability Measurement (Cm, Cmk): Assess and measure the capability of your torque tools.
2. X, R Charts: Implement Statistical Process Control for continuous improvement.
Compliance with International Standards

1. ISO 6789: Adherence to torque tool testing standards.
2. ISO 5393: Comprehensive testing methodologies aligning with industry standards.

FTY is more than just a tester; it's a revolution in tool analysis. Experience the difference and unlock the true potential of your tools.

After the sale, we are delighted to assist you with any technical concerns or inquiries. Don't hesitate—let's connect! Feel free to reach out to us via phone: 828282-9795 or drop us an email at [email protected]. We're here to help and ensure your satisfaction.

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People Also Ask

The FTY test bench is designed to test and evaluate torque tools and torque wrenches using SCS (Simulation Control System) technology. It enables joint simulation, covering a range from hard joints to soft joints. The bench allows for precise definition of the torque/angle curve for fasteners, replicating the joint behavior in its original state, whether completely or partially untightened.

The FTY bench is versatile and can test a variety of torque tools, including electronic/digital wrenches, click wrenches, pneumatic tools, electric tools, battery tools, and pulse tools (except impact wrenches). It caters to a wide range of tools commonly used in production and assembly processes.

The system can simulate any tightening strategy based on input parameters, allowing users to define each step of the tightening process. It also provides the flexibility to define the "START" of the simulation, which is particularly useful when a fastener is pre-tightened before entering the production station.

The FTY bench is fully customizable to meet the unique requirements of each customer. This ensures that the testing setup aligns with specific production needs and torque tool characteristics.

The FTY bench incorporates Statistical Process Control (SPC), including the measurement of machine capability (Cm, Cmk) and X, R charts. This allows users to assess and control the variability in torque tool performance during testing.

Yes, the FTY bench is designed to meet international standards such as ISO 6789 and ISO 5393, ensuring that torque tools are tested in accordance with recognized industry benchmarks.

The FTY bench offers a fast and easy setup process, enhancing efficiency in the testing and evaluation of torque tools. This user-friendly feature is crucial for streamlining production line processes.

Users have the option to perform standalone programming or utilize the SQnet+ quality management software for programming. This flexibility allows for seamless integration into existing quality control systems.

The FTY bench includes a "Click point auto detection" feature specifically designed for click wrenches. This ensures accurate and reliable testing of click-type torque tools, enhancing the overall precision of the testing process.

Yes, the FTY bench includes a joint editor for non-linear joints, enabling multistep simulations. This feature is valuable for replicating the behavior of joints that do not follow a linear tightening pattern, providing a comprehensive testing capability.

Bench calibration is a process of calibrating measurement tools and instruments on a specialized calibration bench. It involves comparing the readings of the instrument with known standards to ensure accuracy.

The first three types of calibration are bench calibration, field calibration, and in-situ calibration. These methods cover various scenarios, from controlled bench settings to on-site calibration in the field.

The frequency of calibration depends on the type of instrument, its usage, and industry regulations. Generally, instruments should be calibrated at regular intervals, ranging from a few months to a year.

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