IRTT Iron Roughneck Torque Tester Brochure


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The IRTT is a calibrated torque gauge that is engineered to emulate the specific geometric and material properties of your joints. This likeness allows the IRTT to measure the torque
delivered by an Iron Roughneck in situ: the IRTT is placed within the jaws and is loaded just like a joint connection.

Since a direct (not derived or estimated) torque measurement is captured by the IRTT, it removes additional calculations, correlations or guess work. The IRTT directly measures the
make-up torque that is being delivered to your joint connections. Measurements captured by the IRTT allows an operator to adjust the Iron Roughneck set point to maximize the accuracy of the
make-up torque delivered.

• Calibrated as a complete system by the McCoy Global custom-engineered calibration test stand that is traceable to NIST
• Shunt calibration feature provides a reliable intermediate check against IRTT drift.
• Machined from a solid piece of stainless steel to maximize symmetry and safety, minimize corrosion, and eliminate joint flexure/fatigue.
• Wireless communication and Class 1, Division 2 safety rating permit operation on the rig floor.

BUILT FOR MISSION CRITICAL MEASUREMENTS:
Calibrated as a complete system by the McCoy Global custom-engineered calibration test stand that is traceable to NIST.
• Shunt calibration feature provides a reliable intermediate check against IRTT drift.
• Machined from a solid piece of stainless steel to maximize symmetry and safety, minimize corrosion, and eliminate joint flexure/fatigue.
• Wireless communication and Class 1, Division 2 safety rating permit operation on the rig floor.