Strain Gages

A strain gage (sometimes referred to as a Strain gauge) is a sensor whose resistance varies with applied force; It converts force, pressure, tension, weight, etc., into a change in electrical resistance which can then be measured. When external forces are applied to a stationary object, stress and strain are the result. Stress is defined as the object's internal resisting forces, and strain is defined as the displacement and deformation that occur.


Rebar Strainmeters (Fiber Optic)
Rebar Strainmeters (Fiber Optic)
Rebar Strainmeters (Electrical Resistance)
Rebar Strainmeters (Electrical Resistance)
Rebar Strainmeters (VW)
Rebar Strainmeters (VW)
Soil Extensometers (VW)
Soil Extensometers (VW)
High Temperature Embedment (VW)
High Temperature Embedment (VW)
Concrete Embedment (VW)
Concrete Embedment (VW)
Miniature and Extended Range (VW)
Miniature and Extended Range (VW)
Strain Gages (Fiber Optic)
Strain Gages (Fiber Optic)
Spot Weldable (VW)
Spot Weldable (VW)
Dynamic Strain Transducers (Electrical Resistance)
Dynamic Strain Transducers (Electrical Resistance)
Arc Weldable (VW)
Arc Weldable (VW)
Dynamic Embedment (Electrical Resistance)
Dynamic Embedment (Electrical Resistance)