HBM UK Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Latest gauges capture transient pressure changes in rapid processes
HBM has launched its PMS pressure measurement gauges to capture transient pressure signals with rise times of 50 ns and pressure peaks of up to 10 kBar.
The pressure measurement gauges consist of a measuring grid made of manganin where changes in pressure causes changes in the resistivity of the grid. The PMS gauges have a very small mass and are very suitable for highly-dynamic measurement of pressure surges in liquids. Other typical applications include ultrasonic work or the analysis of explosive shockwaves.
Conventional pressure sensors are often larger and cannot usually respond rapidly to very fast and large pressure changes.
HBM offers the complete measurement chain required for such measurement tasks, together with the high-speed data acquisition system Genesis and the Perception software.
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.
Founded in Germany in 1950, HBM is today the technology and market leader in the field of test and measurement. HBM's product range comprises solutions for the entire measurement chain, from virtual to physical testing. The company has production facilities in Germany, USA and China and is represented in over 80 countries worldwide.
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