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NEWS | Dec. 29, 2021

AGSE: Titan Torque Wrench Discontinued

Mechanics, if you have a Titan torque wrench, NSN 5120-01-400-0232, discontinue use immediately, per aviation maintenance action message, AGSE-22-AMAM-02. You can find the message at https://asmprd.redstone.army.mil/FileHandler.ashx?file=UFI_0ee1b844-71d4-4a29-b803-00f1a173dc4  for download or by clicking on the image below.
Titan Wrench AMAM graphic link
Click on image above to open PDF version of the AMAM
The US Army Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Activity (USATA) determined that calibration of the Titan torque wrench was not achievable within allowable accuracy.

If the Titan torque wrench is a part of your tools, stop using it now and order a replacement that’s compliant through GSA. 
Stop using titan torque wrench now
Stop using titan torque wrench now

To get a replacement, follow the detailed guidance in Para 10 of the AMAM. This paragraph also provides disposition instructions for discrepant wrenches.

Be advised that because of supply chain issues, there are a limited number of replacement wrenches available. For some customers, replacement wrenches could be on backorder for a long time. GSA and/or the vendor will communicate backorder status to customers.      
Also be advised that only those who ordered the Titan wrench, NSN 5120-01-400-0232, will get a replacement under this process. 

If you have questions, contact either Timothy Aultman or Jacob Bussey at the following email addresses:
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