Cable ties are a common fixing tool used to secure pipes, cables, and other items together. If the cable tie hoop is not tightened enough, it may cause the fixation to be unstable or even cause damage. Therefore, when using cable ties, you need to pay attention to controlling the tightening force.
The following are several common methods for measuring tie tightening force:
Measure with a torque wrench: A torque wrench is a commonly used measuring tool that can measure the tightening force of a cable tie hoop. Place the contact tip of the torque wrench on the cable tie hoop and then turn the handle of the wrench to measure the tightening force of the cable tie hoop.
Use a pressure gauge to measure: The pressure gauge is an instrument for measuring pressure. It can be installed on the cable tie hoop to measure the pressure of the cable tie hoop.
Use a tension meter to measure: The tension meter is an instrument for measuring tension. It can be installed on the cable tie hoop to measure the tension of the cable tie hoop.
The above are several common methods for measuring the tightening force of cable ties.