Winterthur, October 2022 — The new-generation CEUS 10 software from Kistler leverages the intuitive operability of the cerTEST tool testing system. With the help of this web-based program, users can store measurement settings for individual torque tools and benefit from step-by-step guidance through the measurements. They can then access test records and tool histories via a local server.
Bolted joints perform a highly critical safety role in many different application areas. This is why growing numbers of manufacturers require their suppliers to provide documentation of the fastening processes. To make sure that a fastener sits properly, correct adjustment and reliable functioning of the tool are the key factors. Torque tool testing systems (as they are known) guarantee that these requirements are met. But what is the most efficient way to organize inspection of the many different tools in a company? And what is the simplest method of transferring the data to a database where it can be retrieved in case of recourse claims?