Torque-Tech® manufactures OEM & ODM torque screwdrivers. Torque screwdrivers are manufactured by us meet the highest standards, are available in several ranges and majority types, display accuracy rates 6%, and include complimentary calibration certificates as well.

We offer majority types torque screwdrivers with wide range choice from 0.05 N.M to 10 N.M / 0.5 In-lb to 90 in-lb. Torque screwdrivers can be used in multiple industry, such as electronic, computer, communication, motorcycles, bicycle, automobile, truck, heavy machinery, ships, cruise, aerospace industry, high-speed rail and more.

Ensure the accuracy of those torque screwdriver tools by periodically calibrating them, making them a reliable choice for any professional environment. Experience unmatched precision, reliability, and quality with Torque-Tech® torque screwdrivers. Feel free to contact us if you'd like to discuss how our tools can benefit you.


Ans: A torque screwdriver is a crucial tool designed for applying precise torque to fastenings such as screws or nuts. Unlike regular screwdrivers, these tools ensure that the fasteners are tightened to the correct torque specification, preventing overtightening or under-tightening, which could lead to mechanical failures or safety hazards.

Ans: Using a torque screwdriver effectively involves following a few simple steps:

  1. Set the Torque: Adjust the torque setting on the tool to match the desired specification.
  2. Insert the bit & socket bit: Choose the appropriate accessary and apply with a torque screwdriver.
  3. Apply Force: Rotate the screwdriver handle in a controlled manner. When the setting torque is achieved, the cam mechanism automatically slips to prevent over-tightening.
  4. Verify Tightness: Double-check the fastener's tightness using appropriate tools or methods.

Ans: Avoiding these common errors can help maximize the effectiveness of torque screwdrivers:

  1. Ignoring Calibration: Failing to calibrate the tool regularly can lead to inaccurate torque readings.
  2. Overloading the Tool: Exceeding the tool's torque capacity can damage both the tool and the fastener.
  3. Using Incorrect Technique: Applying excessive force or using improper technique can result in inconsistent torque application.
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