Lesson 5/Learning Event

Use the appropriate type of torque wrench for specifications given.

If

specifications are given in centimeters-kilograms, then a torque wrench with

a centimeter-kilogram scale should be used. If torque values stated do not

match the valves on your torque wrench, the following formulas can be used

to convert the values given:

NOTE: The newton-meter is a measurement of torque used by any countries

using the metric system. One newton-meter is equal to .7375 foot-pounds.

To convert newton-meters to foot-pounds, you multiply the total newton-

meters by .7375.

Example: 150 newton-meters x .7375 = 110.6 foot-pounds

To convert foot-pounds to newton-meters, you would divide the total foot-

pounds by .7375.

Example: 80 foot-pounds .7375 = 108.5 newton-meters

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