Press Release Summary:
Operating at up to 395 rpm, Tensor Revo Model ETP ST10 provides 1,000 Nm of torque and weighs only 6.1 kg. Swiveling front gear lets operators move reaction bar through 360Â°, and built-in transducer and encoder accurately control torque and angle. LEDs and clear display on tool give operator feedback on result of each tightening, and tool also collects tightening data for process improvement and traceability.
Original Press Release:
Tensor Revo - a Revolution in High-Torque Tightening
The trend towards lean assembly to reduce rework and warranty costs, the increasing number of critical joints and the closer attention to operator safety and ergonomics are typical challenges on today's high torque assembly lines.
The new Tensor Revo nutrunner from Atlas Copco was specifically designed to meet these challenges. It's light - even the most powerful Tensor Revo, the ETP ST10, providing 1,000 Nm of torque, weighs only 6.1 kg - and it's ultra-compact.
Fast and flexible
Offering speeds of up 395 rpm, Tensor Revo will speed up your entire assembly process. It is also highly flexible. When tightening bolts in a circular pattern, positioning Tensor Revo on a bolt is easy.
A unique, new swiveling front gear lets you to move the reaction bar through 360°, which is impressive in a tool with an integrated torque transducer.
Immediate operator feedback and process monitoring
Tensor Revo accurately controls torque and angle with a built-in transducer and angle encoder. LEDs and a clear display on the tool give instant operator feedback on the result of each tightening, so you can detect errors at source.
The tool also collects tightening data for process improvement and traceability, and offers error-proofing using the Power Focus 4000 controller and standard plug-in modules. This eliminates mistakes and raises productivity.
For more information, see http://www.atlascopco.com/tensorrevo
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems Motor Vehicle Industry is a division within Atlas Copco's Industrial Technique business area. It markets hand-held electric and pneumatic tools, assembly systems, software and services to the automotive industry worldwide. It also offers global project management for multinational customers. The division is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems General Industry is a division within Atlas Copco's Industrial Technique business area. It markets hand-held electric and pneumatic tools, assembly systems, software and services to customers worldwide within general engineering, aerospace, appliance and consumer electronics, transport, power and energy equipment.