HBM UK Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS

 








Covering agent protects strain gages from damage.

HBM has launched a one-component silicone rubber covering agent for installed strain gages. The SG 200 covering agent forms a waterproof, electrically-insulated layer over the measuring point by absorbing humidity at ambient temperature to protect the strain gage from mechanical damage, water and humidity.

The material is opaque and renders the strain gage installation virtually invisible to give added protection against inadvertent tampering.

The SG 200 covering agent is available in 85 g tubes and is applied directly to the strain gage and its surrounding area. The measuring point is ready for use within 24 to 96 hours, depending on the layer thickness, when the layer is fully formed.

SG 200 can be used in temperature ranges of -55 °C to +200 °C and a single tube is sufficient for covering about 20 measuring points.
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About HBM:
HBM (www.hbm.com) is a globally operating company specializing in test and measurement. HBM provides complete measurement solutions - from sensor to software - based on high quality products as strain gages, load cells, tranducers, signal conditioning and data acquisition electronics and software.

With development and manufacturing operations in Europe, America and Asia, HBM provides measurement solutions to a wide variety of companies in the automotive, aerospace, marine, rail transport, medical equipment, packaging, appliance, automation, and scale industries.

With a 50 year history of quality and precision products, the HBM name has become synonymous with "Measurement with Confidence.
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For further information please contact:

HBM UK Ltd.
1 Churchill Court, 58 Station Road, North Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 7SA UK
Tel: +44(0) 20 8515 6100
Fax: +44(0) 20 8515 6149
Email:
info@uk.hbm.com
Web: www.hbm.com

December 2008

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