Sensors for the force measurement technology

HAEHNE offers a wide range of load cells in the field of force measurement technology: force sensors (compression, pressure and ring force sensors), force measuring bolts, force transducers (tensile and compressive force) and mobile force measuring devices.
The nominal forces range from 200 N to 10 MN - in various basic designs. Depending on the requirements, the properties or the dimensions of the load cells can be adapted.

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Force Measurement Bolts

The load pin KMB was specifically developed for the detection of tension and compression forces, for example, in clevises, pulleys and bearings in components (e.g. straps and hooks). They have many applications in logistics, manufacturing automation and mechanical and plant engineering.

Tension and Compression Force Sensors

With compression force load cells relatively large forces can be accurately measured within confined spaces – referring to diameter and height. But they are also available in miniature design for detecting very small forces in equally small spaces.

Ring Force Sensors

Force measurement rings measure medium and high compression forces with high precision. In particular, ring force sensors are suitable for use in conjunction with through shafts, for example in roll coating lines. But they are also used to measure the tightening of screws, in cutting tools or generally in press and assembly applications.

Portable Force Measurement Instruments

For mobile measurement tasks HAEHNE has developed a special force sensor to measure the forces between rolls (also referred to as nip force measurement). But also many other load cells from the HAEHNE product program can be used for portable or mobile force monitoring. With a battery-powered amplifier, the forces can be very conveniently measured.

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The strain gauge based technology of HAEHNE measures static and dynamic tensile and compressive loads. All force sensors, also called load cells are calibrated with highly precise reference force sensors.