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Day in and day out, mechanics routinely tighten a variety of components to specific torque values. Despite their vast experience and attention to detail, even the best and most efficient mechanic can occasionally over-tighten or under-tighten a component, leading to vehicle damage or even catastrophic failure. This Digital Torque Wrench eliminates the possibility of human error with a series of features that immediately alert the user to torque readings that are over or under entered values. Brown Line Metalworks engineered the only Digital Torque Wrench for the seasoned professional, but priced for the weekend mechanic. Brown Line Metalworks invented and patented (Patent number US 7,367,250) breakthrough technology that allows the Digital Torque wrench to deliver high-end performance and quality at an affordable retail price. Digital Torque wrench has a Double Gear Sensing System Technology (D.G.S.S.) and 8-bit microprocessor enable it to consistently produce precise torque readings of +/- 3.5 percent clockwise and counter clockwise. With a ½ inch ratcheting drive and a range from 15 to 150 Ft/lbs, our Digital Torque Wrench is perfect for automotive use. The backlit LCD screen, green-yellow-red LEDs, and an audible buzzer allows the user to precisely monitor how much torque is being applied. User can set a target torque, and can seamlessly change from Ft/lbs to in/lbs to Nm. Maximum torque applied is displayed when done, ensuring that the user knows exactly how much torque was applied. Specially engineered plastics ensure that the wrench is resistant to common automotive oils and chemicals.
Day in and day out, mechanics routinely tighten a variety of components to specific torque values. Despite their vast experience and attention to detail, even the best and most efficient mechanic can occasionally over-tighten or under-tighten a component, leading to vehicle damage or even catastrophic failure. Using a patented Double Gear Sensing System (D.G.S.S.), the Brown Line Digital Torque Wrench greatly reduces the possibility of human error with the following features.
Quickly and easily enter a “Target Torque” by using the intuitive button design. The backlit LCD will then display in real time the exact amount of torque being applied.
A series of LEDs and a buzzer alert the user as the Target Torque is being approached - and then hit. This helps to eliminate over-torquing as the user is able to adjust their pull speed as the Target Torque nears. Once the Target Torque is hit, a red light and buzzer simultaneously alert the user to stop pulling.
After applying torque to a fastener, the wrench will display the Peak Torque (highest torque value) so the user knows exactly how much torque was applied. No more guessing as to the final torque.
Double Gear Sensing System Technology (D.G.S.S.) and 8-bit microprocessor produce precise torque readings of +/- 3.5 percent clockwise and counter clockwise. And unlike a traditional “click” style wrench, the Brown Line wrench does not have to be turned down to its lowest setting when being stored. This is the biggest reason why torque wrenches go out of calibration.
At the press of a button convert from Ft-lbs to Nm to In-lbs. No more wasting time doing the calculations by hand.
A ½” ratcheting drive and a range from 15 to 150 Ft. lbs makes the Brown Line wrench perfect for automotive use — from torqueing lug nuts to doing engine work.
The Brown Line torque wrench uses specially engineered plastics that resist the most common oils, gasoline, and chemicals you would encounter in a garage. And the soft-grip overmold ensures comfort when being used.
Got mine a few months ago, I don't use it often and when I do it's not pushed to the limits but its already way out of calibration and won't zero. Read morePublished 1 month ago by P. Palfalvi
First, the buttons on ths tool are not "intuitive" as your advertising says. But worse, the applied torque window will not clear. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lenny Gibler
Goes through batteries quickly...bulky.
Not my favorite Torque wrench (I have 5)
Used twice and it got stuck on 48ft/lbs. Did not over torque, but failed to work right. Reset/power reset did not help. Read morePublished 4 months ago by frankged
I enjoyed using the wrench the 3 times I was able.
I used it on a few motorcycle jobs. I noticed the second time I went to use it, the batteries were dead. Read more
Great tool. I had a feeling that my old click type wrench was out of calibration, so I purchased this one to replace it. Worked perfectly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by CaptainM