Shedding Weight and Improving Accuracy, SILCA Unveils Their Upgraded T-Ratchet + T-Torque Multitools

Monday, October 16, 2017 — INDIANAPOLIS, IN. – SILCA – Re-Introduces their top-selling T-Ratchet + T-Torque multi-tools with an upgraded torque tube making it even easier to use. The T-Ratchet + T-Torque are high ergonomic multi-tools with a torque measuring extender that provides real-time feedback to the torque you are tightening too.

Roughly 70% of damage to high-end carbon components such as seat posts, handlebars and stems happen when making adjustments without using proper torque. This problem is further accentuated by the fact that the majority of adjustments made without torque occur on the roadside or trail.

Weighing in at a mere 30 grams, the Ti-Torque is a featherweight in tool category, transforms a highly delicate maintenance function into an easy, highly portable, and on-the-go accurate adjustment. Equipped with a torque measuring extender that provides real-time feedback, the Ti-Torque beam now has three separate scales on it; 2-6, 3-5 and 4-8. This allows you to more easily see when you’ve reached your desired torque setting.

Other feature highlights include interchangeable magnetic components to convert from a screwdriver to ratcheting T-Handle in seconds, which gives the user the ability to have several tools at once in an extremely small duck waxed canvas carrying case that fits perfectly into a jersey pocket.

Specs:

  • Ti-Torque Beam for Measuring 2-8Nm
  • 72 tooth ratchet with convertible magnetic extensions
  • Fully magnetic components
  • Steel bit extender
  • Hex bits (2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm)
  • Torx bits (T10, T20, T25)
  • 2mm Phillips bit
  • Duck waxed canvas carrying case (120mm x 70mm x 30mm)
  • Titanium and Aluminum construction

ABOUT SILCA

SILCA was founded in 1917 by Felice Sacchi outside of Milan, Italy. SILCAwas the first company to put gauges on pumps, the first to produce a true ‘high-pressure’ frame pump and the first to work with revolutionary lightweight material plastic after the end of WWII, and later the first to bring CO2 to roadside inflation. Today SILCA is located in Indianapolis, IN where it continues to build iconic products that utilize the finest materials and craftsmanship available.