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Originally invented by Conrad Bahr in 1918 to prevent the over-tightening of bolts at the New York City Water Department, the torque wrench has come a long way. Electronic torque wrenches of today offer programmable torque limits that are displayed, providing precision torque measurement for fields including the automotive industry, construction and manufacturing. Select an electric or digital torque wrench, electric torque driver or gun, or a torque sensor depending on the job at hand. You can also find dial torque wrenches, hydraulic torque wrenches and micrometer torque wrenches.