Boltek Torque | System Poka-Yoke
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System Poka-Yoke

Pulse Pistols > Poka Yoke

This model tool is pneumatically (hose) connected to an external controller. The pressure difference obtained after each adjustment process (after «SHUT-OFF») will be analyzed by a monitoring unit. The controller then counted the number of pulses obtained compared with the value indicated therein for the adjustment process. Should not be counted as previously defined result, an alarm indicating that the amount of intended settings for that process has not been reached.

Pulse Straight > Poka Yoke

This model tool is pneumatically (hose) connected to an external controller. The pressure difference obtained after each adjustment process (after «SHUT-OFF») will be analyzed by a monitoring unit. The controller then counted the number of pulses obtained compared with the value indicated therein for the adjustment process. Should not be counted as previously defined result, an alarm indicating that the amount of intended settings for that process has not been reached.

Pulse Angular > Poka Yoke

This model tool is pneumatically (hose) connected to an external controller. The pressure difference obtained after each adjustment process (after «SHUT-OFF») will be analyzed by a monitoring unit. The controller then counted the number of pulses obtained compared with the value indicated therein for the adjustment process. Should not be counted as previously defined result, an alarm indicating that the amount of intended settings for that process has not been reached.

Clutch Straight > Poka Yoke

This model tool is pneumatically (hose) connected to an external controller. The pressure difference obtained after each adjustment process (after «SHUT-OFF») will be analyzed by a monitoring unit. The controller then counted the number of pulses obtained compared with the value indicated therein for the adjustment process. Should not be counted as previously defined result, an alarm indicating that the amount of intended settings for that process has not been reached.

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