Torque Assembly Systems (TorquePRO)
From the typical to the complex and from the light loads to very high torque, the Promess family of TorquePRO systems offers a complete solution for Builders and End Users. The TorquePRO has the ability to both control and monitor the rotational torque and angle in real time through a closed-loop feedback system.
Standard TorquePRO: The ideal solution for torque assembly and test applications up to 200Nm. Sleek, compact design allows for easy integration into new or existing equipment. Every system is designed with built-in mechanical overload protection, making it virtually impossible to damage the torque transducer through unexpected torque spikes.
Hollow Shaft TorquePRO: Tired of testing components for torque functionality prior to assembly with the knowledge that the characterization will change once the final mating is done? Explore the possibilities that the Promess Hollow Shaft TorquePRO’s can offer to eliminate this ‘test before assembly’ headache.
Features & Benefits
- Move to an angle
- Move to a torque
- Move to multiple positions and torques within same program
- Hold a constant torque
- Data acquisition and analysis
- Signature monitoring
- Advanced data analysis
- Easy to integrate
- Base mount / face mount options
- Smooth running servo technology
TorquePRO Systems Include
Flexible System Configurations
- Integrated torque spindle package
- Integrated torque transducer
- Servo Motor
- Plug and run design
- Torque transducer is mechanically protected from overload conditions
- Easy to couple to
- Flexible mounting; face or base mount available
- Integrated angle / position sensing
|Torque Capacity||Max Speed|
|Hollow Shaft TorquePRO|
|Sizes Available upon request|
*Other sizes are available.
Bearing TorqueThe first test is to measure the breakaway torque as the outer race is held and the inner race is turned. When the bearing is rotating, the average torque is measured over several rotations.
Gear CharacterizationThe resistance torque of the gear train is measured by driving and measuring the torque on the input shaft. Then the backlash throughout the gear travel is measured on the fly.
Seat Latch FunctionThe first task in the process is to perform a break-in function by exercising the part through its full motion a predetermined number of times. After the break-in, the part is rotated through its full motion (one time) to measure the maximum and minimum torque values. The seat latch is then moved to the ship position.
Hinge Tension AdjustmentThe door hinge is first exercised in both directions and the peak torque is captured and stored. Then, based on the peak torque measured, the spring tension is adjusted to increase or decrease the amount of torque needed to rotate the hinge over the detent.