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NEOTEK OE P. XYSTRIS & CO, a leading scientific & industrial instrumentation company, Greece.
Load cells and force sensors to suit a huge range of applications and industries including tension & compression, s-beam, multi-axis, geotechnical testing, medical, civil engineering and submersible.
Modified and custom designs available!
Rotary and static torque measurement with interfaces including square drive, parallel keyed shaft and flanged.
Custom slip-ring and non-contact designs to 15,000rpm.
Static models to 50kNm and custom versions 200kNm+.
Industrial, standard and miniature LVDT / displacement transducers.
Applications include submersible, seawater and harsh environment.
Special configuration options, high temperature and IP68 versions available.
Draw wire sensors, string pots or cable extension transducers measure position and displacement.
Accuracy better than ±0.1% on all models. Rotary potentiometer and encoder sensing technology.
0-50mm to 0-50m and IP68/IP69K available.
Pressure sensors, transducers and transmitters suitable for a broad range of applications as diverse as air compressor control and pharmaceutical nanotechnology development.
Custom designed sensors are also available.
Submersible / hydrostatic level and depth sensors to measure the level and depth of liquids. Applications include tanks, vessels, rivers, reservoirs, boreholes, channels and pits.
Customisation available and aggressive media compatibility.
We are the only UK approved UKAS traceable calibration house for ALL Microtronics BlueForce and Speedforce (EN 12445 / EN 12453) gate impact force tester models.
3-day and 7-day turnaround options, plus upgrade smart.
Instrumentation for signal conditioning, monitoring or control of any of our range of sensors.
Types include analogue amplifiers and signal conditioners, digital indicators, signal digitisers and telemetry / wireless equipment.
How to measure grip strength of an eagle for BBC Natural World
Last year, we were asked to design a sensor to measure the grip strength of a golden eagle named Tilly, for the award-winning BBC documentary series, Natural World. Challenge - to find a load cell that could withstand the estimated grip strength of an eagle. As Tilly had been trained to catch and grip a tennis ball, the load cell needed to be small enough to fit inside a similar-sized measuring device yet withstand Tilly's tremendous grip strength. Thanks to their unique design, our DBBSMM miniature s-beam load cells were ideal for the job. Not only are they very compact but their s-shaped design offers superior side-load rejection and high accuracy.