TORQUE TENSION TESTING
Need K factor, nut factor, or coefficient of friction data? Do not guess, contact the experts at Peak for torque-tension testing!
When fastener tension is not the primary measure of reliability, torque-angle to failure is the most common method of determining installation torque and testing joint capability.
ULTRASONIC TORQUE TENSION TESTING
Whether validating a new design, determining an assembly strategy or diagnosing a problem joint – contact the Peak team to find out how our high-tech methods of ultrasonic bolt testing can be put to use for you.
WHY OUTSOURCE JOINT TESTING?
WHY USE PEAK?
REASONS FOR TESTING
LOWER ASSEMBLY COSTS
PICK THE RIGHT ASSEMBLY PROCESS
LET YOUR ENGINEERS IMPROVE REVENUE
LOWER WARRANTY COSTS
IMPROVE BUILD QUALITY
TESTS COMMONLY PERFORMED BY PEAK INNOVATIONS ENGINEERING
- Establish recommended target torque
- Calculate bolt friction coefficient (K factor)
- Bench top torque-angle-tension testing (with load cell)
- In-joint torque-angle-tension testing (with ultrasonics)
- In-joint torque-angle testing
- Torque-Tension testing
- Torque-angle test
- Torque Study
- Drive-Strip test/study
- Bolted Joint Testing
- Ultrasonic Bolt Tension
- Measure residual torque in assembled joints
- Determine joint rates (hard, soft joint) and presence of component yield
- Determine deflection curves for gaskets or joints.
- Establish bolt tightening strategies and parameters
- Joint slip load or coefficient of friction testing
- Hardness testing
- Ultrasonic Bolt Testing
- Measure and monitor clamp load real-time with ultrasonics