A revolutionary atomic deposition manufacturing process has allowed Suprocktech to increase high-temp capability of our high temp strain sensors from 1500°F to 3100°F, opening up a new world of opportunities in the power, transportation and aerospace industries. Details to follow.
In critical aerospace applications, it is not uncommon to lose millions of dollars a year in wasted time and material whenever worn tooling or forming defects produce subpar fasteners. Keeping a close eye on machine components with our strain based die monitoring is a great way see these problems developing before a defective piece falls […]
High temperature sensors enable turbine measurements. Our sensors can go significantly above 1000 degrees F, making dynamic strain and pressure measurements a reality for optimizing combustion heat engines. In discussions with an engineer who works with the aerospace industry, I was asked about high temperature measurement parameters that would benefit the optimization of gas turbines… […]
Francesco gives a demonstration of the ease of installation and use of our strain-based wireless shaft torque sensors. The sensor in this video has been configured to measure dynamic torque. Just like a traditional strain gage, the modules can be orientated for different parameters such as bending stress. Because of the extreme sensitivity and dynamic […]
The coaxial vibration sensor is designed for extreme electromagnetic noise environments including switching motor monitoring in CNC machines as well as opening up groundbreaking possibilities in power plant monitoring applications. Mechanical bandwidth up to 22kHz covering a wide variety of condition monitoring needs. EMI is a constant struggle with telemetry systems. Analog systems have […]