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BOLTING & FASTENINGS


respectively. The new Audit mode facilitates the checking of pre-tightened bolts, and thereby ascertaining if the bolt was previously under-torqued, and what change has occurred, before retightening the joint as required.


Up to 12 user IDs can be downloaded to EvoTorque2 and results stored against individual users, a helpful control where tools are shared across multiple users, e.g. different shifts. Work IDs, that is specific targets (torque, or torque & angle) can be set up e.g. for a specific nacelle or base bolt. Up to 20 work IDs can be put in a work group and up to 5 work groups can be set up too. This enables audits of not just the bolts of a single tower to be easily conducted but of all the towers in a windfarm, and even the bolts across multiple farms.


INDEPENDENT TESTS


Furthermore, in independent tests and calibrations conducted across a number of Spanish windfarm sites; EvoTorque2 achieved the OK/PAA/APPROVAL standard; making them the only electric multipliers permitted for use to perform final torque on a number of windfarm sites. EvoTorque2 also features a third party verified sound pressure which does not exceed 70 dB (A) and a vibration level of 0.304 m/s² which significantly reduces any possibility of medical or health and safety related issues such as hearing loss or White Finger, during use.


EVOTORQUE RANGE


Both products are available in 110V and 230V versions and crucially are weather sealed to IP44. The ranges cover requirements from 100 N·m to 6,000 N·m although the 2,000 N·m tool caters for most windfarm applications. The products can be serviced and calibrated locally through a growing network of international Norbar distributors who have a great deal of wind industry experience.


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