How much does snap on torque wrench calibration cost?
The simple answer is “Anywhere from $25 to $200.” But in truth, the answer is a bit more complicated than you might expect, with a few different variables in play. Start by determining the capacity of the wrench. Typically, the higher the capacity, the greater the cost of calibration.
How accurate are snap on torque wrenches?
The certification of accuracy provided per ASME and ISO Standards is 20% to 100% of full scale. The certification of accuracy provided per ASME and ISO Standards is 20% to 100% of full scale. All Snap-on® Torque Wrenches, Drivers and Testers are provided with a Certificate of Calibration.
Are snap on torque wrenches warrantied?
For SNAP-ON brand hand tools (other than torque wrenches) and tool storage units, the warranty is a LIFETIME warranty effective as long as you own the tool. For BLUE-POINT brand hand tools, unless otherwise specified with the tool, the warranty is also a LIFETIME warranty effective as long as you own the tool.
How often should a snap on torque wrench be calibrated?
every 5,000 cycles
In short, it’s standard practice to calibrate your torque wrench every 5,000 cycles or every 12 months, whichever comes first.
Who manufactures Snap On Tools?
Danaher also manufactures MatCo Tools, the third largest player in the Mobile Automotive industry (behind MAC and Snap-On). Odds are, if you own any Craftsman tools that are older than about five years ago, they were made by Stanley in plants in Dallas, Texas, Witchita Falls, Texas, and Sabina, Ohio.
Does snap on make Harbor Freight tools?
There have been lawsuits between the two companies, and Harbor Freight often “compares” their tools to Snap-on’s higher-priced offerings in marketing language. Unless anyone can come form with concrete information, it’s safe to say that NO, Harbor Freight does NOT own Snap-on Tools.
Who makes Snap-on tools?