The local municipality in Haiphong Vietnam wanted to monitor real-time water levels from several local pumping stations in their central control room using the mobile phone network. They needed an accurate and reliable water depth sensor that could work underwater for long periods of time.
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We were first approached by the University of Exeter in 2015 for a customised submersible load cell for their (DMaC) test rig. Our load cell has been successfully monitoring dynamic tensile forces to 20 tonnes in the University of Exeter's Dynamic Marine Component test rig. Read more.
Our pancake load cells were needed in an extended measurement system for measuring the rolling circumference of the front and rear tyres on tractors. Plus, an overview of the traction performance, fuel consumption and dynamic behaviour of agricultural vehicles.
Hot water drills are the fastest and cleanest method of access hole creation. They enable scientists to monitor current ice stream flow to better understand ice sheet history and predict future ice sheet change.
Space DOTS needed an extremely accurate, reliable and small sensor to test the strength capabilities of their miniaturised testing labs. Read more.
British Swimming PhD candidate Ben Scott wanted to know the capacity of front crawl and backstroke swimmers to generate propulsive force and the relationship of this with short-distance race performance.
Tidal turbine testing at University of Oxford measuring rotor thrust & torque with Applied Measurements dual-axis force & torque sensor.
Applied Measurements load cells in FASTBLADE - the world's first regenerative fatigue test facility. Helping support the tidal energy sector.
Need a load cell for plate bearing tests? Use Applied Measurements button load cell & instrumentation for plate load bearing tests.
We designed a load cell able to measure grip strength of a golden eagle named Tilly, for the award-winning BBC documentary series, Natural World.
The steam powered 1812 Boulton and Watt beam engine needed to accurately monitor position, speed and acceleration of the piston.
“We choose to use Applied Measurements pressure transducers on our machines due to the reliability and competitive pricing,” a diesel injector tester co.
Applied Measurements' 700 custom-made, high accuracy load cells are still accurately performing an integral part of Gemini Telescopes' control system.
Read how our water level monitoring system helped United Utilities accurately monitor varying water levels in the reservoir. Can we help you too?
A fabric tension tester is needed for quality, durability, comfort and support. This fabric tension tester works on diiferent fabrics & furniture frames.
Read the real-life case study of power take-off torque monitoring using DTD-P torque transducers and ICA miniature amplifiers on a Wave Energy Converter.
"We chose Applied Measurements’ DBBSM s-beam load cells as the pigment is £1000 per tonne so has to be extremely accurate,” says PD Edenhall Ltd.
Read how this case study significantly reduces the cost of large scale tidal turbine designs using Applied Measurements' submersible load cells.
Our submersible load measuring pins are used by Deep Green, a power plant that converts tidal and ocean currents into electricity.
Our tensile monitoring system needed to accurately handle larger head loads, taller heights AND be delivered in under 1 week!
Applied Measurements miniature reaction torque sensor and SGA strain gauge amplifier was used in Mocean Energy's 1/50th scale wave energy converter.
The Scale Wind Tunnel uses two single point load cells and Intuitive2-L digital indicators enabling students to test the aerodynamics of scale models.
The Challenge: Design a system to accurately weigh poultry and so maximise farming profitability. The Solution: Our OBU series of single point load cells.
The CCGBP brake pedal load cell is an essential tool to the automotive industry, testing the reliability of a vehicle’s braking system.
Successful drilling of an Antarctic ice core with Applied Measurements draw wire sensors in sub-zero temperatures.
We were recently contacted by spill control and containment manufacturer Empteezy, to provide a sensor to be used within an emergency tank shower.
For Plaxton Ltd (part of the Alexander Dennis group) we designed and manufactured a telemetry lift link system for measuring the centre of mass of a bus.
Applied Measurements bridge monitoring system for Turkey’s new rail tunnel uses AML/SGD displacement transducers.
The Mantis – the world’s largest hydraulic hexapod robot - uses Applied Measurements’ customised compact and submersible DSCC load cells.
We supplied Victoria University of Wellington with load pins and positions sensors suitable for the harsh conditions of Antarctic research.
Applied Measurements has been working with leading Biomass Plantroom manufacturer IPT to design and supply a weighing system for monitoring fuel levels.
Applied Measurements produced a 3-channel digital displacement measurement system to bring an old mechanical machine right into the 21st century.
Force measurement of equine girth strap tension using an S-Beam load cell coupled with wireless telemetry technology and data acquisition.
The process of friction stir welding can be monitored and improved by using the LowStir system from Applied Measurements and Sigmapi Systems.
Applied Measurements created a strain-gauged chain link to allow accurate tension measurement within a data acquisition system on a poultry conveyor.
Applied Measurements designed and built a custom batch weighing system with an easy-to-change set point controlled by a touch screen display.
The Digiforce non-contact tension meter is being used by Bison Concrete to measure tension when setting up their concrete pre-stressing tendons.