Hollow Double Flanges Force Transducer
KWT1C80/130 series is a typical column double-flange load cell. It adopts the strain princple of column structure, which meets the requirement of hollow structure. And when it measures a larger load, there is a smaller displacement that suitable for dynamic measurement.
The load cell is made of 17-4PH stainless steel, and the shell of it is made of anodic aluminum oxide, which has a good protective effect on the electronic components inside the sensor.
It also has a wide range at 25kN-100kN can be choosen to meet different measruement requirements.
There are several advantages of using a double flange load cell:
1. High Accuracy: Double flange load cells provide high accuracy and precision in weighing applications. They are designed to measure the smallest of changes in weight and provide reliable readings.
2. Durability: These load cells are built to last and can withstand harsh environments, including extreme temperatures and heavy vibrations. They are made of high-quality materials that resist corrosion and wear.
3. Multiple Mounting Options: Double flange load cells can be mounted in various directions, which makes them suitable for a range of applications. They are easy to install and can be mounted vertically or horizontally, depending on the needs of the application.
4. High Capacity: These load cells have a high capacity range and can measure weights of up to several hundred tons. They are ideal for heavy-duty applications and can handle high loads with ease.
5. Cost-Effective: Compared to other load cell types, double flange load cells are a cost-effective solution. They provide accurate results and require minimal maintenance, which helps save on operational costs over time.
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Model of KWT1C80/130
Some of the applications of double flange load cells include:
1. Industrial weighing: Double flange load cells are commonly used in industrial applications such as weighing machines, hopper scales and silo weighing systems.
2. Force measurement: These load cells are suitable for measuring compressive or tensile forces, making them ideal for use in materials testing or in mechanical testing systems.
3. Automotive testing: Double flange load cells are often used in automotive testing applications such as crash testing or load testing of vehicle components.