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Atlas Copco Tensor ST10 – the future of high-torque tightening

2007-06-11

Atlas Copco pushed the engineering boundaries with the design and capabilities of the popular Tensor S9 electric nutrunner. The new Tensor ST10 electric nutrunner opens up new possibilities for controlled, high-torque tightening for customers within the motor vehicle industry as well as the general industry.

Electric nutrunner Tensor ST10
Tensor ST10 represents a complete re-examination of the needs of today's manufacturing industries. It gives the extra performance that customers want - up to 30% greater torque and up to 80% more output speed. This can mean a considerable boost for productivity in an assembly operation.

Tensor ST10 also features a host of smart design features that add to its durability and reduce maintenance costs and downtime. Examples are the new spiral gears and the cooler-running motor with no fan. The new tool also has a smoother body design that's easier and quicker to integrate and install on the production line.

Tensor ST10 meets today's needs for intelligent tools that contribute to raising productivity while helping keep production costs down. Few products can match Tensor ST10 for its combination of productivity, ergonomics, error proofing and low maintenance.

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Divisione Atlas Copco Utensili e Sistemi di Assemblaggio - Industria automobilistica

Atlas Copco Utensili e Sistemi di Assemblaggio - Industria automobilistica è una divisione della Business Area di Atlas Copco Industrial Technique. Commercializza utensili portatili elettrici e pneumatici, sistemi di assemblaggio, software e servizi di assistenza per il settore automobilistico in tutto il mondo. Offre inoltre servizi globali di gestione dei progetti per aziende multinazionali. La sede principale della divisione è ubicata a Stoccolma, Svezia.