The opening and locking forces of bottle caps are important online or offline technical parameters of production, and they will influence the transportation and quality of the product.
This bottle cap torque tester includes a micro-computer controller with LCD display, which shows continuous data measurements and other data like peak value measurements. There are separate modes for the testing of lock and open forces, and data is kept in the system when the unit is turned off.
The bottle cap is clamped with a clamp that is connected to the digital torque tester. The user wrings the bottle cap, which the sensor transmits into an electrical signal, and the chip gathers the signal and processes the data. The peak value of the test is displayed during the test, and the average value of a batch of tests can also be displayed. Reports can then be printed out if necessary.
Standard RS232 output and software are available, making the system easy to operate, and also reliable in performance.
The digital torque tester is available in a standard 20Nm measuring range, or in an additional 40Nm version. The accuracy of the torque tester is ±1% of the output, and system’s resolution is 0.001Nm. Clamps are available for bottle cap diameters of 5 to 170 mm.
This digital torque tester is available in Australia and New Zealand from Bestech Australia Pty Ltd.