Features

  • Spring scale with Newton scale for easy tensile force measurement
  • Robust, anodized and abrasion-free aluminum tube with a long precision scale
  • Determination of peak values with towing ring
  • Optional pressure set for pressure force measurement

Description

In a mechanical force gauge, a spring is stretched by the applied force and the change in length (about 140mm at maximum force) is displayed on a precision scale in the SI dimension Newton. The main advantage of this measuring method is the simple application. With this measuring principle, peak values, e.g. determine of closing/opening forces or tensile tests can be made easily.
The peak value (max. pull) is displayed by means of a tow ring.

Attention! When choosing a mechanical force gauge, be aware that the sudden change of load, e.g. if the material to be tested breaks, does not exceed 40% of the maximum force value.

The optional push rod set extends the application possibilities.

Models and Prices

Select Part no. Capacity F(nom)* Resolution** Tolerance** Availability Price €
FMI-M10A3 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 3 N 0,02 N 3 % F(nom) 82,00
FMI-M10A6 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 6 N 0,05 N 3 % F(nom) 82,00
FMI-M10B1 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 10 N 0,1 N 3 % F(nom) 82,00
FMI-M10B2 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 25 N 0,2 N 3 % F(nom) 82,00
FMI-M10B5 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 50 N 0,5 N 3 % F(nom) 142,00
FMI-M10C1 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 100 N 1 N 3 % F(nom) 142,00
FMI-M10C2 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 200 N 2 N 3 % F(nom) 142,00
FMI-M10C5 Mech. Force Gauge | Spring Balance 500 N 5 N 3 % F(nom) 169,00

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