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The new 730D torque wrench by Stahlwille

The new electromechanical 730D torque wrench - another worldwide "first" for Stahlwille. This manufacturer of precision tools, based in Germany, has combined the principle of the "clicking" torque wrench with the added benefits of the electronic versions in a single tool. As a result, users of the 730D can look forward to a new era of process capability.


Three generous measuring ranges: 10 – 100, 20 – 200, 40 – 400 Nm.

The guaranteed error margin is ± 2%.

Up to 7,500 readings can be set, displayed and stored electronically.

Rapid interchange of insert tools using the quick-release safety lock.

Conversion from "Nm" to "ft.lb" and "in.lb" is automatic.

Protect settings by assigning a PIN code.

The automatic key-lock function prevents inadvertent changes to settings.

No longer the need for a check using an indicating torque wrench.

Automatic display of the next calibration date

Adjustment when necessary without dismantling the tool.

Press release issued by Stahlwille Tools Ltd on August 7, 2007


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