Multiplier Upgrades and Add-Ons
A speed knob is a time saving tool that enables the operator to perform much of the torque process by hand, reducing overall torque time.
½” Swivel Ratchet
The 1/2″ Drive ratchet with swivel head provides a comfortable grip handle and 360˚ locking rotation to easily accommodate awkward application positioning.
½” No FOD Ratchet
The 1/2″ Drive ratchet is finished with a black oxide no-chip finish to prevent FOD (Foreign Object Damage) when working on critical applications.
The drill adapter is designed to complement the ATP Digital Torque Multiplier™ by enabling the use of a drill to reduce input effort, increase safety and reduce application time.
The digital controller provides accurate readings with capabilities to measure applied and breakaway forces in a wide range of units, as well as measuring angle.
Controller Mounting Bracket
The controller mounting bracket enables hands free operation of your digital controller with convenient viewing and access.
This case will provide superior protection to your Torque Multiplier. Our custom foam prevents FOD and is molded to fit and protect your Digital Torque Multiplier™ and accessories.
Along with the standard adapters readily available, ATP will also design and produce custom adapters to integrate with your multiplier and specific application.
ATP will design and develop custom reaction stands to integrate with an ATP Digital Torque Multiplier™ to fit your application and meet your force requirements.
Along with the standard sockets readily available, ATP will also design and produce custom sockets to integrate with your multiplier and specific application.
Along with the standard drive bars readily available, ATP will also design and produce custom drive bars to integrate with your multiplier and specific application.
High Accuracy Upgrade +/- 0.4%
For more demanding aerospace applications, ATP has developed capabilities offering upgraded versions of all our multipliers, enabling the most precise accuracy at +/- 0.4%.
Through the use of a digital encoder, our angle measurements are accurate to +/- 1° degree and allow you to measure angle and force simultaneously.
U.S. Patent Nos. 8,434,389 and 8,991,284
Canadian Patent No. 2,752,088
Japanese Patent No. 5699338