|ATP 2000 Series|
|0 - 2,000|
|0 - 2,710|
|+/- 0.05% per °C (+/- 0.03% per °F)|
|Ft-Lbs, In-Lbs, N.m., others|
|0°F to 110°F (-18°C to 43°C)|
|Up to 90%, Non-condensing|
|25 to 1|
The ATP 2000 series was developed for organizations with intermediate torque needs. They are very portable and confront today’s increased emphasis on safety and ergonomic concerns. The design of the ATP 2000 series provides ease of use for the operator and works to prevent injuries and muscle stress incurred during repeated applications and operations.
The ATP 2000 series Digital Torque Multiplier was originally designed for Bell Helicopters. Assemblies have now been created for specific aircraft, including the Bell 407 for main rotor maintenance and the Bell 212 main rotor assembly and maintenance. There are also models designed for Pratt & Whitney engines, Pratt & Whitney Canada’s PW800, high breakaway torques on the Boeing CH-47 transmission, and Rolls Royce engines and F35 Fan Lift.
U.S. Pat. Nos. 8,434,389 and 8,991,284