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SOCKETS AND ACCESSORIES
1. What is the angle of the ratchet system?
2. How does the ratchet Locking System?

Multiplication TORQUE WRENCHES

1. When you need to use a torque wrench?
2. When I purchase a torque wrench is always accompanied by a certificate Beta?
3. As long is the certificate attached to the key?
4. How do I certify a torque wrench to Beta?
5. How do I obtain a new certificate to operate a wrench Beta?
6. How should I work to get a copy of the certificate mentioned in the certificate of primary standard?
7. How do I work for a certification SIT?
8. How do I know that they have reached the torque setting?
9. How do I choose the most suitable torque wrench?
10. How can I convert units of measurement of the various couples?
11. Can I use the torque wrench to tighten nuts left-handed?
12. When you need to use a torque multiplier?
13. How to use a torque multiplier?
14. You can use a torque multiplier in conjunction with a screwdriver?
15. What are the ratios indicated on the multiplier?
16. What is a Dynatester?
17. The Dynatester comes with certificate? What kind?
18. As long is the certificate annexed to the instrument?
19. How do I make a new certification Dynatester Beta?
20. I have lost my original certificate Dynatester as I get a copy?
21. How should I work to get a new certificate for the Dynatester Beta?
 
SPARK-PROOF TOOLS ISOLATED
1. Under what circumstances would you use a tool isolated?
2. What features has isolated a tool?
3. What norms of reference block identify a tool?
4. Under what circumstances would you use a spark-proof tool?
5. What are the characteristics of a spark-proof tool?

 
TOOLS FOR TRACKING MISURAREE
1. Gauges, meters, and teams are all accompanied by the certificate?
2. What is the tolerance and precision class teams?
3. What is the tolerance and precision of the class levels?
4. The measuring instruments Beta comply with the regulations and are CE marked?

 
AIR TOOLS
1. The pneumatic tools are CE?
2. Where can I find the model name / serial number of the tire tool?
3. Where do I oil the pneumatic tool and how much oil should I use?
4. What kind of oil / grease should I use? Can I use different types or other brands?
5. What is the correct pressure for pneumatic tools Beta?
6. The power tool is increased by increasing the pressure?
7. What size pipe should I use?
8. What kind of connections should I use?
9. What is the warranty of pneumatic tools Beta?
10. Can I buy spare parts for pneumatic tools?

SOCKETS AND ACCESSORIES

1. What is the angle of the ratchet system?
The angle of the ratchet teeth is 5 to 72 °, while for the model to 48 teeth the angle is 7.5 °.

2. How does the ratchet Locking System?
The system Locking System (Article 920/55LC) allows you to lock bushings and accessories on the male part of the ratchet, thus reducing the risk of accidental disconnection. A button in the center of the inverter operates two spheres located in the control panel, allowing the insertion and detachment of the accessories.

MULTIPLIERS AND TORQUE WRENCHES
1. When you need to use a torque wrench?
You must use a torque wrench in all cases where it is necessary to perform a given tightening torque (in Nm, or kgfm lbf.ft).

2. When I purchase a torque wrench is always accompanied by a certificate Beta?
Yes, each new key is accompanied by a certificate of calibration indicating the serial number of the key outcome of the calibration performed.

3. As long is the certificate attached to the key?
The legislation does not impose a period of validity, but only gives an indication about a year in connection with a frequency of 5,000 cycles of use. The activation date of the certificate is to purchase (as documented by invoice, receipt etc.). And not one indicated on the certificate.
If the key is then repaired and recalibrated it is appropriate to issue a new certificate.

4. How do I certify a torque wrench to Beta?
We recommend to make the key certification annually.

5. How do I obtain a new certificate to operate a wrench Beta?
One must bear in a Beta dealer, asking them to send the key tools such as Beta made and specifying to issue the certificate of calibration.

6. How should I work to get a copy of the certificate mentioned in the certificate of primary standard?
You can request a copy of Beta Utensili SpA by sending a copy of the key certificate in your possession.

7. How do I work for a certification SIT?
You must go to a laboratory authorized to issue certificates SIT.

8. How do I know that they have reached the torque setting?
For torque wrenches snap, the torque is reached, as well as hear a noise "dry" is also perceived a snap handle.
For wrenches slip, torque is reached at one perceives the shift key.
To read the torque wrenches, torque must be read directly on the dial on some models there is also a visual and audible warning system.

9. How do I choose the most suitable torque wrench?
The choice of torque wrench must be made based on the range of torque that can withstand, according to the type of the key itself (reading, snap, slip, etc..) Attack and the dimensions in inches (1 / 2 ", 3 / 4", 1 "). These features are clearly listed in the online catalog.

10. How can I convert units of measurement of the various couples?
And ’Just apply the following formula:
1nm = 0.10197 = 0.7375 kgfm lbf.ft
Eg. 20nm match ie 20 * 2.0394 0.10197 kgfm kgfm; 30Kgfm correspond to 30 / kgfm ie 0.10197 294.204 Nm

11. Can I use the torque wrench to tighten nuts left-handed?
All screwdrivers, bars and torque wrenches are suitable for tightening Beta is right-handed and left-handed except for the following keys that can be implemented only right-handed tightening: 602/18 - 602/28 - 603 / 5 - 603/10 - 606 / 2 - 606/2X - 606 / 6 - 606/30 - 666 / 6 - 666/30.

12. When you need to use a torque multiplier?
The torque multipliers are used when you must obtain torques higher than those allowed by the torque wrench that you have available.

13. How to use a torque multiplier?
The torque multipliers are interposed between an operating tool (eg. A torque wrench) and the element to screw / unscrew the foot by placing the reaction against a solid element that can withstand the strain developed.

14. You can use a torque multiplier in conjunction with a screwdriver?
It ’can be used in combination with screwdrivers but are not specific percussion (the latter in fact damage the multiplier).

15. What are the ratios indicated on the multiplier?
Reports indicate the multiplication factor between the torque input and output (eg 5:1 ratio, and enter 10 Nm 50 Nm leaving).

16. What is a Dynatester?
The Dynatester is to verify the calibration of the Torque tools.

17. The Dynatester comes with certificate? What kind?
Yes, every instrument comes with a certificate UKAS primary for both directions of rotation (left and right).

18. As long is the certificate annexed to the instrument?
The legislation does not impose a period of validity, but only gives an indication about a year in connection with a frequency of 5,000 cycles of use. The activation date of the certificate is to purchase (as documented by invoice, receipt etc.). And not one indicated on the certificate.

19. How do I make a new certification Dynatester Beta?
We recommend to make the certification of Dynatester annually.

20. I have lost my original certificate Dynatester as I get a copy?
The request must be received at the Beta Utensili SpA

21. How should I work to get a new certificate for the Dynatester Beta?
There must be a retailer who will send the Beta Dynatester the company specifying the request and issue the calibration certificate.


SPARK-PROOF TOOLS AND ISOLATED
1. Under what circumstances would you use a tool isolated?
The use of insulated tools you need when you need to work on energized equipment or facilities or placed in the vicinity of energized facilities. Although isolation is guaranteed up to 1000 volts for alternating current, the use of these tools does not exempt the adoption of the normal practice of securing the equipment before proceeding with surgery.

2. What features has isolated a tool?
The insulated tools, as well as to ensure high mechanical performance common to all the normal tools Beta, are covered with a layer of flame retardant insulation material that provides insulation for voltages up to values ​​of 1000 V alternating current.

3. What norms of reference block identify a tool?
The reference standard for insulated tools is EN60900. The quality of the tools is guaranteed by IMQ and VDE.

4. Under what circumstances would you use a spark-proof tool?
The use of non-sparking tools you need when you need to operate in environments at risk of fire and / or explosion. The use of these tools does not exempt the adoption of the standard practices of safety of the equipment on which you go to work before proceeding with surgery.

5. What are the characteristics of a spark-proof tool?
The use of non-sparking tools you need when you need to operate in environments at risk of fire and / or explosion. The use of these tools does not exempt the adoption of the standard practices of safety of the equipment on which you go to work before proceeding with surgery.

TOOLS FOR MEASURING AND TRACKING
1. Gauges, meters, and teams are all accompanied by the certificate?
No, these products are not supplied with calibration certificates. To them should apply directly to a SIT

2. What is the tolerance and precision class teams?
1665 => grade 00
1666 and 1666A => grade 0
1668 and 1668A => grade 2
(Teams 1670, 1670A and 1670B do not belong to any class of accuracy)

3. What is the tolerance and precision of the class levels?
1696, 1696A, 1696B, 1696C, 1696S => 1 mm / m
1699L 1699Q = and> 0.05 mm / m
1699L / 1 => 0.02 mm / m

4. The measuring instruments Beta comply with the regulations and are CE marked?
All measuring instruments comply with the specific Beta regulations.
Digital tools (1651SC, 1654SC, 1656DGT, 1657DGT, 1658SC 1662SC and are CE marked in accordance with Directive 89/336/EEC).
Meters and tape measures (Article from 1690 to 1694B) are punched in accordance with Directive 73/362/EEC.


AIR TOOLS
1. The pneumatic tools are CE?
Yes All pneumatic tools are CE marked. In the manual of use of each item are also reported values ​​for noise and vibration.

2. Where can I find the model name / serial number of the tire tool?
All air tools have beta label on the body on which metal is reported on tool model and serial number. (Ex: 1927D, 1432)

3. Where do I oil the pneumatic tool and how much oil should I use?
Pneumatic tools require constant lubrication must be through the air as possible through a plug-FRL (filter, reduction, lubrication) of appropriate size. The required amount is stated on the User’s Manual supplied with each tool. A proper lubrication minimizes attritiall’interno tool to extend their life.

4. What kind of oil / grease should I use? Can I use different types or other brands?
Any good brand of oil / fat is acceptable provided that the type of use in the manual. The hammers of the tools require a certain amount of grease to reduce friction. The operation of greasing must be carried out by experienced staff or directly from our support center.

5. What is the correct pressure for pneumatic tools Beta?
The correct pressure for all use of pneumatic tools is 6.2 Bar

6. The power tool is increased by increasing the pressure?
No. The increase in pressure causes simply to increase the speed of the internal mechanisms, resulting in accelerating the wear. Conversely, if the tool works under 6.2 bar there will be no problems of wear but you will have a lower yield in terms of power.

7. What size pipe should I use?
The inner diameter of the tube determines the flow of air. The correct size is reported for each tool, which catalogs both on the instruction manual of each pneumatic tool.

8. What kind of connections should I use?
You can use any profile fittings, provided that the thread is compatible with that tool. To the extent appropriate consult the instruction manual of each tool or browse the catalog.

9. What is the warranty of pneumatic tools Beta?
The warranty period is 1 year. This warranty covers manufacturing defects of the product and does not cover any misuse or wear of the tool itself.

10. Can I buy spare parts for pneumatic tools?
All air tools have Beta spare parts. Each is equipped with a pneumatic tool instruction manual inside which is a list of spare parts, with the code. All spare parts are available at any time.



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