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Acteon® Torque Wrenches

CRD Item Number: 820322

Manufacturer SKU: F81330

Vendor Acteon
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Acteon Torque Wrenches are used to apply and remove Newtron® ultrasonic tips from the handpiece. The tip-enclosing wrenches allow changing tips without touching it. Other features and benefits include:

  • Autoclavable
  • Audible click alerts user when tip is sufficiently tight
  • Allows for less contact of ultrasonic tips with your hands, making for a safer process

Indications for Use

For use with Newtron tips. Torque wrench ensures the tips are not overtightened.

Blue Torque Wrench (Round) (820322): 1 ea.

Universal Metal Wrench (820406): 1 ea.

Q: How do I change (or place) the tip?

A: The tip threads onto the end of the autoclavable handpiece (AHP). The tip-enclosing wrench provided prevents you from having to touch the actual tip. You orient the slot in the wrench around the base of the tip, press the wrench into place, and turn the tip counter-clockwise to loosen the tip. The tip should always either be applied on the AHP or inside the wrench. First, hand tighten a tip to the handpiece. Then align the hole of the wrench to the flat sides of the tip and press down. The wrench will lock into place. Now unscrew the wrench and the tip remains inside, helping prevent the loss of tips or injuring hands and fingers. Hand tightening only needs to be done the first time using the device or acquiring new tips and wrenches. The tip should remain in the wrench unless it’s in use. The torque wrenches have a special design that will prevent over-tightening of the tip on the AHP. When the tip is tight on the AHP, continue to force the wrench in a clockwise motion until you hear an audible “click”. You will then know the tip is sufficiently tight on the AHP. DO NOT DO THIS WITH THE FLAT COLOUR-CODED WRENCHES.