The pneumatic torque wrench, one of the auto repair tools, is a torque wrench powered by a high-pressure air pump. Usually driven by one or two air motors. Torque multipliers are designed with three or more epicyclic gears, and the torque is controlled by adjusting the gas pressure. The standard configuration of a pneumatic torque wrench includes: a reaction arm, a snap ring for fixing the connection between the reaction arm and the wrench, an air pipe, a pressure gauge, a filter, a regulator, and a triple tool set for the oiler Basket.
Like hydraulic wrenches, each pneumatic torque wrench is equipped with a "Pneumatic Torque Comparison Table" specific to the brand and model to help users adjust the torque according to their needs. In order to make the output torque of the pneumatic torque wrench more accurate, it can be used with a torque sensor at the same time. After adjusting the air pressure, you can adjust the upper part of the start trigger to adjust the reversing device to realize the forward and reverse conversion to loosen or tighten the bolts as needed.
Are there any particularly obvious advantages to pneumatic torque wrenches? The answer is natural, first of all, there is no significant noise in operation, no shock, and reduced damage to tools, sockets and locked objects. Second, no pollution, low cost of use, long-term use and high safety and comfort. The third advantage is that choosing a pneumatic torque wrench with a power device can save a lot of work time and manpower in the production line or when a large number of nuts must be locked, and effectively improve work efficiency.