Belt Tension Tester uses sound waves for measurement.
July 1, 2008 -
Using sound waves instead of force deflection to measure belt tension, portable Model 507C produces repeatable results in seconds and can be used in almost any environment. Unit operates on four AAA batteries and is provided with cord sensor. Inductive sensor or flexible sensor are optionally available.
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QTC Gears - Quality Transmission Components
125 Railroad Ave.
Garden City Park, NY, 11040
New Belt Tension Testers From Econobelt
New Belt Tension Testers from Econobelt Use Sound Waves Instead of Force Deflection for Accurate Measurement
Garden City Park, NY -- New belt tension tester from Econobelt uses sound waves instead of force deflection to accurately measure tension. The portable, lightweight and easy-to-use meter produces repeatable results for any operator. It can be used in almost any environment and produce fast results, calculated in seconds. The unit, identified as the 507C runs on four AAA batteries. The Model 507C comes with a cord sensor. Optionally available are an inductive sensor or a flexible sensor, and a cord sensor.
At the new Econobelt eStore you can get immediate quotes, download a 3D models, and place online orders. Go to: http://www.econobelt.com/Q460/RFQ/default.asp?Page=tensioner/08.htm. Other power transmission solutions provided by Econobelt include over 9,000 off-the-shelf timing belt pulleys, belts, belt and roller chain tensioners and other components for prototypes and production applications.
Complete technical specifications are contained in catalog Q460, which is available to users of power transmission components free upon request from Quality Transmission Components, Division of Designatronics, Inc., 125 Railroad Avenue, Garden City Park, NY 11040-5016. Phone: 516-437-6700 Fax: 516-328-3343. Web: http://www.econobelt.com/Press/TensionTesters.htm
Contact: Herb Arum