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Extensometers Measuring Instrument

We provide our valued clients mechanical/electronic Extensometer.
Electronic Extensometer

Electronic Extensometer

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BrandFIE
ModelEE-2
Measuring Range0 to 2 mm
Least Count0.001 mm
Guage Length25, 30, 45 & 50 mm
Thickness Or Diameter Of Specimen1 to 20 mm
Excitation- + 5 VDC
Output20 mV Full Scale
Being quality-centric firm, we are engaged in presenting a high-class range of Electronic Extensometer. We assure our clientele the prompt delivery of these products at reasonable prices.

The electronic exensometer, Model EE-2 is  manufactured as  per IS:12872:1990 &  ISO 9513:1989 in class 1 accuracy.

This equipment is basically used with Universal Testing Machines for tension test, It is used for measuring young's modules, proof stress or yield stress

EE2 extensometer requires electronic signal conditioning PCB to interface it with UTM electronic panel.

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Mechanical Extensometer

Mechanical Extensometer

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BrandFIE
Measuring Range0 To 3mm
Least Count1/100 mm
Guage Length30 To 120 Mm (adjustable)
Thickness Or Diameter Of Specimen1 To 40 mm
Dimensions120x50x150 mm Approx
Net Weight0.3 kg Approx
ModelEM-1

We provide our valued clients Extensometer that consists of two movable frames both pivoted at one end of Mechanical Extensometer.

It is essential to measure the elongation of test specimen under load, to have it's mechanical properties. FIE exensometer Model EM-l is intended to serve the above purpose.

Construction & Application :
This consists of two long knife edges at top, two dial indicators and lower knife edges to actuate the dials. The bars are pressed against the specimen by means of clamp.

So that the knife edges bite the specimen to avoid any slip. The upper edges are adjustable to provide different gauge lengths for measurement. As deformation takes place the lower knife edges transfer the movement to the dial gauges and the deformation of specimen is shown on dials, so that the change in length of specimen by 1/100mm, equals to one division of the graduation on dial.

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