Kloker No pun intended, I took the time to make a 1 min video and take all who posted to me what I never used and simulated to a video,
You want to break your hand, go right ahead. it does not take much pressure using the wrong tool to do so. that you knew?
I read what I wanted to and basically removed the negative comment off the youtube's video not because it was directed to me, because it's directed as hatred to the youtube.com rules and guidelines for your protection.
Hatred? There's no hatred involved. It's a simple warning to others that the methods you demonstrate in the video are unsafe and dangerous. So, hatred? There's no way you can logically construe anything I said as hatred. It is not possible. I'm sure YouTube will understand this quite clearly as well. That does seem to be the case so far as my comment has not been removed - it's still there.
Not insulted let me give you a 6 inch lug tool and work that.. and you still come back saying it's the wrong tool to use.
As toque tools are made to check for????
This test is for industrial use only. When conducted high end torque wrenches are used (the kind we ordinary folk cannot afford!) to verify and maintain accuracy. This kind of test is not recommended for use where a calibration test is not present. Also, your version (in the video) of this test was not done correctly. After using the large 4-way to tighten the bolt to a random tightness, you used the torque wrench in reverse to loosen it, but the very way you tightened it invalidates the test as it was at a random, unmeasured torque before you loosened it, so it did not in any way measure the tightening torque. It did click during loosening, but that only indicates it was overtightened. It absolutely does NOT indicate your random manual torqueing was accurate, only that it was more than 80 pounds feet.
Loosening Torque Test
This test is also known as the “breakaway” test. It is similar to the “first movement
” method, with one basic difference. Instead of applying torque in the tightening direction of the fastener, this test uses force in the direction that loosens the fastener.
To conduct this test, take a screw or bolt that is tightened down and begin to loosen it. When the fastener breaks loose, record the torque reading. The torque value to loosen the fastener is the approximate torque that was applied to the joint. This method is considered the easiest to perform, but it may not always correlate to the torque applied to the joint.
From low-cost tools to sophisticated fastening systems, all assembly equipment need to be audited. The objective is to verify accuracy and repeatability performance goals are being maintained. Eventually, torque tools begin to drift out of tolerance. An auditing technique to detect and prevent fastening failures is vital.