Testing our high-temp strain gage on a cantilever beam @ 1000°F. Measurements are proving stable at these temperatures for extended periods of time. Looks like it is ready for prime-time in the field. Practical applications include boilers, aerospace, crotch weld crack propagation, steam valve monitoring, direct bearing health monitoring, etc.
Chris and Francesco provide a quick overview of our USB strain sensor’s picostrain sensitivity and foolproof ease of installation. No futzing around with soldering tiny leads in the field, sensors are pre-mounted and potted in a lightweight aluminum base and can be mechanically fastened or bonded to the area of interest. Save valuable time […]