Torque Wrench. Use a Snap-On Model TER12FUA Torque Wrench, or equivalent to measure the static torque of the rotatable adaptor.
Static Torque Test Assembly. Use a compatible dust cap and rotatable adaptor Torque Test Tool, Phil-Tite® Part Number 6004 or equivalent. A depiction is shown in Figure 1. An example of a Static Torque Test Assembly is shown in Figure 2.
Figure 1 Phil-Tite® Torque Test Tool
Socket wrench and socket extension. Use a 3/8 inch or ½ inch socket wrench, adaptors and socket extension (if needed) to verify 360-degree rotation or to conduct static torque testing. The socket extension shall not exceed 12 inches in length.
Traffic Cones. Use traffic cones to encircle the Phase I area while the test is being conducted.