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15:19 / 13.04.2021
printable version Screw- dynamometer SchKM2010
Tool dynamometer drilling

SchKM2010 is a 2-components dynamometer for measurements on bolt connections. It measures:

  • T Screwing friction torque +- 30Nm
  • F Tension force up to 50 kN

Both components are 50% overload resistant.

Bore is 10,5 mm, minimum bolt length is 80mm.

SchKM2010 is fixed in a vice for safe working on the unit. Bolt is counterfixed with key from downside, nut is screwed upside with socket spanner. A torque spanner is used.

This way is measured:

  • Screw torque with torque spanner
  • Friction torque of nut against ground by SchKM indication T
  • Tension force between bolt head and nut by SchKM indication F

Keywords: Torque meter, Cutting Dynamometer, Tool Dynamometer, Cutting thrust meter, wear detection, break detection, Tool monitoring, Drilling, Drill, Borehole, Power, Force, Feed, Cut, Cutting, Burr, Temperature, Torque, Reduction of wear and tear, wear out
 

Included in set is an axial roller bearing , which allows to avoid fricton under nut.

Suitable experiments are:

  • screw M10x1,5 dry
  • screw M10x1,5 greased
  • screw M10x1,25 greased
  • screw M10x1,5 inserted roller bearing

 

Measures are read directly on the internal digital display or are serially transmitted to PC for data acquisition with TeLC XKM software : plotting, saving, editing and protokol printout.

 
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