Interface Force Measurements Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS




New E-Commerce Site from Interface Force Measurements

Interface Force Measurements, suppliers of the popular and whisper-quiet 1200 precision series load cells are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new E-commerce website where you'll be able to order your load buttons, in-line load cells and mini s-beam load cells.

Going live on the 1st of April,
https://store.interfaceforce.co.uk/ will feature the Interface G-Series of load buttons, in-line load cells and mini S-beam load cells. The Interface G-series has all the quality, reliability and performance you'd expect from a force transducer bearing the Interface name, but at very competitive prices.

https://store.interfaceforce.co.uk/ will offer our G-Series load cells on short lead times with next business day delivery for small quantities being the aim. Interface load cells at competitive prices with all the convenience purchasing online offers, what's not to like?

The Interface G-Series was launched around one year ago, becoming a popular product range with students, industrial engineers, OEMs and anyone requiring a small form force sensor offering accuracy, repeatability and Interface quality.

All G-Series load buttons and load cells feature:
* Full stainless steel construction
* Individual calibration certificates to NIST traceable standards
* High output at 2mV/V
* Capacities from 4.5newtons to 50kN

If you are interested in placing volume orders or have an OEM application that G-Series products might be suitable for, please contact us directly...

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For more information, please contact :-

Interface Force Measurements Ltd.
Unit 19 Wellington Business Park, Dukes Ride, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 6LS UK.
Tel: +44 (0)1344 776666
Fax: +44 (0)1344 774765
Email:
info@interface.uk.com
Website: www.interface.uk.com
E-Commerce - store.interfaceforce.co.uk

April 2022

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