Model F6215

Ring force transducer

For bolt forces up to 1.500 kN

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Sales contact

WIKA Instruments Ltd.

Tel.:
+64 9 847 9020
Fax:
+64 9 846 5964
info.nz@wika.com

Applications

  • Preload force measurement for screw connections
  • Plant construction
  • Special machine building and tool making
  • Measuring and control plants
  • Experimental setups

Special features

  • Measuring ranges 0 ... 15 kN to 0 ... 1,500 kN
  • Measuring washer
  • Compact design, easy installation
  • Ingress protection IP65
  • Relative linearity error 1 % Fnom

Description

Ring force transducers are suitable for static measuring tasks. They serve for determining compression forces in diverse fields of application.

The force transducers in miniature design have been designed specifically for small dimensions and developed for measuring compression and preload forces.

Due to its compactness, this force transducer is usable in the widest range of industrial and laboratory applications. Fields of application include the simple determination of bolt preloads where the force transducer is used as a measuring washer or where a ring geometry in a compact form is needed. The series is designed for screw sizes from M6 (15 kN) up to M52 (1,500 kN).

Note
To avoid overloading, it is advantageous to connect the force transducer electrically during assembly and to monitor the measured value.

The measuring force must be initiated through the centre and without any shear force. When installing the force transducer, care should be taken that the support surface is flat, ground and sufficiently hard. Due to its small geometry, this force transducer reacts very sensitively to changing or different mounting positions. 2 polished adapter discs are supplied as accessories for protection and optimised force introduction.

Options

  • Calibration control 100 % signal
  • Sensitivity calibration 1 mV/V
  • Cable amplifier 4 ... 20 mA or 0 ... 10V output
Ring force transducer
  • Ring force transducer
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