What is the difference between a ratchet wrench and a torque wrench


The ratchet socket wrench is connected by the main torx […]

The ratchet socket wrench is connected by the main torx socket and the slave torx socket of different specifications and sizes through the female key and the male key of the hinged key. Because a quincunx sleeve has two specifications of quincunx-shaped through holes.
The movable trigger can easily adjust the use angle of the wrench. This kind of wrench is used for the tightening operation of screws, and has the characteristics of strong applicability, convenient use and low cost.
Torque wrench-also called torque wrench or torque wrench, torque is the product of force and distance. When tightening screws, bolts, nuts and other threaded fasteners, the applied torque needs to be controlled to ensure that the threads are tightened and not due to excessive torque The thread is broken, so use a torque wrench to operate. First set an upper limit of the required torque value. When the applied torque reaches the set value, the wrench will make a "click" sound or the wrench connection will bend a little angle, which means that it has been tightened and no more force will be applied.
The difference between them is that the torque of the torque wrench can be set.
The principle of a torque wrench (torque wrench) making a click sound is very simple, and it can be understood in the following steps:
1. After the torque wrench makes a "click" sound, it indicates that the torque value you requested has been reached;
2. The "Kata" issued by the torque wrench is produced by its internal torque release structure, which is composed of three structures: pressure spring, torque release joint, and torque ejector rod.
The principle of kata sound
First, set the required torque value on the torque wrench (the spring is sleeved on the top rod to apply pressure to the torque release joint), lock the torque wrench, and start tightening the bolts. When the bolt reaches the torque value (when the torsion force is greater than the pressure of the spring), there will be an instant disjoint effect. At the moment when the disjointed effect is produced, the joints are knocked, and the metal shell of the wrench makes a "click" sound. This confirms the reminder function of reaching the torque value.