Thanks, well I had to figure out what a Nm was first.Nice to get some data on this sort of stuff... stuff that's basic, but forgotten/ignored/unseen, and yet fundamental.
At a TCC I was in in May, I was the only one I saw using a maillon (there was method to this madness) on a base anchor. I said to the judges I was using the wrench to get the correct torque.
Now I'm going to go self check with my torque wrench.
Lol. I am experienced wrenching at 4-6Nm on a regular basis so I have an idea. I just never checked to help remove subjectivity. A simple thing to do that's worth the effort to test once in a while.
Love your work (kiwi slang for well done)