Press Release Summary:
- For calculations input weight in pounds, length in inches, distance from hinge in inches and angle of thrust in degrees
- Results are displayed instantly, showing the exact force of the linear actuator purchase required
- Used for boat hatches, truck tonneau cover lifts and ceiling access panels
Original Press Release:
Firgelli Automations Launches First-Ever Force Calculator for Linear Actuator Calculation Purchases
Ferndale, Wash., Feb. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Firgelli Automations, founded in 2002 as a full-service manufacturer of Linear Actuators, Control Systems, TV Lifts, Column Lifts, Slide Rails, Mounting Brackets, and additional accessories, this week announced they have launched a first-ever Force Calculator for Linear Actuator calculations.
Using the new calculator, clients will now be able to calculate the exact force required before they make their finalized Linear Actuator purchase.
"The online calculator tool will help customers find exactly what they are looking for by entering their parameters into the calculator," said CEO, Robbie Dickson. "The results are then displayed instantly, telling the customer the exact force of the Linear Actuator purchase required. Best of all, it's completely free to use."
To use the calculator, simply input weight (in pounds), length (in inches), distance from hinge (in inches), and angle of thrust (in degrees). An example picture is shown on the website for the ideal calculation, as Firgelli Automations does note this is the best case scenario for the calculator.
"It's common for most customers to be unsure of the force required to push or pull their applications – we encounter this setback every single day," said Dickson. "Since every application is unique, no one size fits all, either. With this new calculator, we are hoping to provide some much needed assurance and peace of mind."
While the Firgelli Actuator Force Calculator is popularly used for Linear Actuator force, this calculator can also be used for: boat hatches, truck tonneau cover lifts, ceiling access panels, and many other use cases.
Now saving clients time, money, and costly errors that come from using the wrong force calculation, the free Force Calculator for Linear Actuator calculations can be found at: https://www.firgelliauto.com/blogs/news/linear-actuator-force-calculator.
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