Bolting solutions company Enerpac has rolled out a range of controlled fastening solutions, including the new Electric Torque Wrench (ETW).

The ETW records torque readings while in use, and displays them on a seven-inch touch screen similar to those used on mobile devices.

Another advance is the X-Editions of Enerpac’s S-series square drive and W-series low profile hexagon cassettes.

The technology responds to the need for safety, complemented by service backup and traceability of technology manufacture and service.

Both the new square and hexagonal drive X-Edition wrenches come standard with tough upgraded safety handles featuring one-piece design with metal inlays for positive location, as well as an optional ergonomic straight handle designed for narrow or confined applications.

The use of the handles increases safety and avoid potential pinch point situations for operators.

The hexagonal X edition cassette wrenches also feature a top handle mount on cassettes to help operators attain easier handling for narrow access applications while keeping hands away from pinch points.

Productivity is enhanced on the square drive X-Edition wrenches by wider reaction arm release levers, making positioning of the reaction arm simpler in gloved hands.