Standard: ISO - FDIS 6789-1
ASSEMBLY TOOLS FOR SCREWS AND NUTS - HAND TORQUE TOOLS - PART 1: REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS FOR DESIGN CONFORMANCE TESTING AND QUALITY CONFORMANCE TESTING: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATES OF CONFORMANCE
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This document specifies the conformance testing and marking requirements for hand torque tools used for controlled tightening of screws and nuts. It also specifies the minimum requirements for declaration of conformance for hand torque tools.
This document applies to hand torque tools which are classified as indicating torque tools (Type I) and setting torque tools (Type II).
NOTE Hand torque tools covered by this document are the ones identified in ISO 1703:2005 under reference numbers 6 1 00 11 0, 6 1 00 11 1 and 6 1 00 12 0, 6 1 00 12 1 and 6 1 00 14 0, 6 1 00 15 0. ISO 1703:2005 is currently under revision. In the next edition, torque tools will be moved to an own clause (ISO 1703:—, Clause 10). With this change, the reference numbers will change and additional reference numbers will be added.
This document does not specify requirements of calibration certificates for hand torque tools. These are described in ISO 6789-2.
|Organization:||International Organization for Standardization|
|Document Number:||fdis 6789-1|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
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