I have this one too. A must have if you own a carbon framed bike imo.
Adelaide Community Bicycle Workshop has a torque wrench people can borrow - just turn up with your bike, any Saturday 9-12, no charge. 34 Long Street Plympton.
I use the below, had no problems and does everything I need it to do.
Hope this helps,
For those wishing to calibrate a torque wrench, it can be done accurately at home. With a suitable driver, such as a male square drive fitted in the wrench, clamp the square drive in a vice so that the torque wrench is in the horizontal position, Then, at the other end ( usualy a knob of some sort ), hang a weight of a known value, which would be equal to a particular torque load. The weight to be used that is equal to a given newton metre value can be found by Googling that conversion.
The above may sound a bit involved, but it really is quite simple, and is basically the same as is done in mechanical engineering works.
As a matter of interest, in the aircraft industry, the answer to the question of "how often is a torque wrench calibrated"? The answer is " before use" !
Sounds like the same LAME's who serviced a Sikorsky S92 that had to make an emergency landing an hour out Broome WA en route from an offshore oil rig I was working on. Three of the four bolts holding the cover on an oil filter just below the rotors sheared off mid flight. The cover was hanging on by one bolt when they put the chopper down on land having just flown for an hour over water. The main rotor gear box also dumped its contents over the tail boom of the aircraft...luckily the gear boxes on these machines are military rated and can run for a bit without oil in them.
Not this bloke - - 15 years RAAF
The before use requirement means before EVERY use.
Adelaide Community Bicycle Workshop - 34 Long St Plympton - has a torque wrench for cyclists to borrow .
Open Saturday mornings, 9-12.