Please note, the order volume has been updated. This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
Please note, the order volume has been updated to . This is due to package and minimum order quantities.
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To install an anchor, your choices are between a slow torque wrench, a cumbersome torque bar or a powered impact wrench which lets productivity soar but safety and reliability slump.
Now with the Adaptive Torque (AT) system, you no longer have to compromise*.
The AT system is made up of four components:
AT-ready tools are equipped with the sensors and on-board intelligence to confirm if an anchor has been torqued according to ETA approvals. The operator simply inputs which anchor is being used – as easy as scanning the box with the SI-AT-A22’s integrated barcode reader – and the tool does the rest. Afterwards, the tool can be connected to a computer to instantly generate an installation report, offering inspectors, QA managers, and engineers higher confidence that the work has been carried out exactly as specified.
Use the SI-AT-A22 module’s built-in scanner to read the barcode on your box of anchors. The SIW 6AT-A22 impact wrench then adjusts the torque setting to meet certification requirements. Tap the lock button to confirm your selection, and the impact wrench is ready to use
With the SIW 6AT-A22 impact wrench, all you need to do is pull the trigger and let the tool work. As soon as the SI-AT module lights up green, you know the anchor has been torqued to exactly the right level to comply with ETA approvals.
Giving you confidence that the anchor has been correctly installed, sensors in the SIW 6AT-A22 recognise if an anchor has been loosened and, on retightening, will restore the correct torque. And with the AT System you can adjust and retorque up to two times.
Full accountability has never been easier. Simply connect the SI-AT-A22 module to a computer using a standard Type-B USB cable and the AT Documentation Software then downloads performance data stored by the SI-AT-A22, which can be used to produce an installation report.
The report lists all products used, the method of selection (scan or manual) and completion time and date.
From an engineer's perspective, this report proves that the anchors have been torqued correctly to certification report requirements. From an installer’s point of view, it can help you breeze through the setting and the site inspection process.
The SIW 6AT-A22 is intelligent enough to detect an anchor which has been tightened and then loosened again - a function which is useful for straightening or aligning neighbouring fixtures, such as railings and windows.
During this process the SI-AT-A22 module uses an algorithm developed from more than 10,000 tests, to ensure no improper torqueing occurs when retightening an anchor. When the tool stops, it flashes a yellow light, a display notification and makes a sound, signalling the operator that the anchor has been retightened. With the SI-AT-A22, loosening and retightening HST3 anchors is allowed only twice, as indicated by the flashing yellow light. If a further attempt is made, the indicator flashes red, signalling a calibrated torque wrench must be used instead.
Safety. Productivity. Approval. SafeSet is Hilti’s proven methodology for consistently high-quality anchor installation at lightning speed.
The SIW 6AT-A22, along with the SI-AT-A22 module, fulfils all SafeSet criteria because they save time and reduce costs while also reducing the potential for installation error.
SafeSet technology is providing new ways for engineers and contractors to minimise installation errors.
*Currently designed for select sizes of Hilti HST3 & HST2 anchors only. Contact Hilti for details.