Experimental Stress Analysis Doesn’t Cost. It Pays – Advanced Sensors Technology CEA Series
In this iLearn video, Anton and Alan compare a traditional CEA strain gage sensor and an Advanced Sensors CEA strain gage and show how to achieve a successful strain gage installation from start to finish
In dividends like material saving, weight, reduction, failure prevention, and shortened design-to-development time. In today’s demanding world of product and structural design, payoffs like these can make a big difference in bottom-line profitability.
Experimental Stress Analysis (ESA) is often called the quality control of design because it assures maximum reliability with minimum material and weight. ESA is not just an expense- it is a profit-generating investment.
The leaders in nearly every industry depend on the Advanced Sensors Technology CEA and EA for the equipment and expertise to apply the quality-control benefits of ESA to their design. And our all-techniques approach to stress analysis can handle most design situations.
Now it’s the time to weigh the gains from using ESA against the continued losses and risks of not using it. To profit-wise firms , stress analysis is simply good business . Call or e-mail us at Micro-Measurements. We have a lot more to tell you about the new Advanced Sensors Technology CEA and EA Series.
With practice, installing CEA and EA strain gage sensors becomes a routine operation. It does require meticulous attention to detail and strictly following the procedures. A typical procedure includes surface degreasing, abrasion, cleaning, etching, and neutralizing, then adhesive application and curing, and finally, applying environmental protection.
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