Video - Compensating for Transverse Load Effects when Measuring Torque

COMPENSATING FOR TRANSVERSE LOAD EFFECTS WHEN MEASURING TORQUE
15 October 2021

When measuring the torque force in any rotational direction (even in a static or non-rotating application), any other forces applied in a transverse direction, (called parasitic forces in this video), can negatively affect the accuracy of your readings.

The new 8630 torque transducer from Burster in Germany, incorporates a special bearing into the design that compensates for any transverse load affects, giving you torque readings that are extremely precise.

Burster

The built-in support bearing gives the following benefits:

  • Reliable measuring results
  • Lower cost point due to reduced manufacturing and assembly time
  • Fewer repairs caused by improper handling
  • Longer lifespan due to reduced wear

 

For further information please contact ADM Instrument Engineering.

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