Stahlwille to host webinar on testing and calibrating torque tools

Stahlwille has expanded its services relating to handtools with a series of newly designed webinars presents specialist knowledge on torque technology, in a practical and informative manner.

The next webinar, approximately 45 minutes long, takes place live on 19 May and is offered free of charge. The central topic is the use of testing and calibration technology for torque tools and the issue of process capability and the quality of fastener tightening operations can be improved. Additional webinars, on the wireless integration of torque technology in Industry 4.0 systems, to name but one, are already in preparation.

In providing this new service, Stahlwille addresses employees from industrial companies, quality management and quality assurance, production managers and others who use torque tools and would like to learn more about what testing and calibrating them involves.

It is normally highly demanding bolted connections that require tightening to a defined torque or torque angle, and this is where ensuring that torque tools measure and trip correctly becomes crucial. In this webinar, the specialists from Stahlwille explain how this is ensured with a suitable testing strategy and what positive effects this has on process capability and quality. The sessions also have a look at how the testing of torque tools can be combined with in-house calibration, which can also reduce costs.

Besides presenting innovative technology, practical hints are also be discussed. To this end, the webinar is divided into three sections: testing, calibration and integration into CAQ systems.

There is time for questions after the presentation, either through a text chat or directly in the voice chat in the webinar. Specialists from Stahlwille are available to answer questions directly. The webinar is broadcast on a browser-based platform. No software installations are required in advance. Registrations are possible directly by means of the following link:

The number of participants is limited.