Press Release Summary:
Series C9B measures pure compressive forces, while Series U9B measures tensile and compressive forces. Both ensure precise measurement of small forces in hostile industrial environments. Available with welded bottom cover or tensile force adapters, units are hermetically sealed and fitted with diaphragm measuring body. They are suited for monitoring assembly processes or for use in testing switches, pushbuttons, or relays during manufacture.
Original Press Release:
Force Transducer Range Meets Every Need
HBM has developed a series of ten miniature force transducers covering ranges from 50 N to 50 kN. The transducers can be used for a wide range of industrial applications, such as monitoring assembly processes or for use in testing switches, push buttons or relays during manufacture.
The C9B series transducers measure pure compressive forces while the U9B series measures both tensile and compressive forces. HBM's C9B and U9B series of transducers ensure the precise measurement of small forces in hostile industrial environments.
All of the force transducers are hermetically sealed and fitted with a diaphragm measuring body. They are supplied with either a welded bottom cover or tensile force adapters.
The U9B transducers that measure between 50 and 200 N come supplied with a detachable lower tensile force adapter. This makes installation easier and reduces the mounting size so the transducers can be used where mounting space is confined.
For more information contact :
Robert Davis, HBM Inc.,19 Bartlett Street, Marlborough, MA, 01752 Email: email@example.com Tel: 800-578-4260 Tel: 508-624-4500 Fax: 508-485-7480 Web: www.hbm.com
HBM, with U.S. headquarters located in Marlborough, Mass., is a leading global supplier of measurement technologies, products and solutions for industrial test and measurement applications. HBM provides complete measurement solutions - from sensor to software - for industrial and laboratory applications. Its wide range of measurement parameters includes force, torque, weight, strain, displacement and pressure. Primary markets include aerospace, automotive and manufacturing.
HBM is a wholly owned subsidiary of Spectris plc.