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LOADCELL SYSTEMS, LOAD CELL TESTING, CALIBRATION, STRAIN GAUGE

LOADSTRAIN

Loadstrain sets the standard for precision weighing and LOAD CELL calibration through commitment to achieving the highest measurement capability and offering lowest measurement uncertainties possible. Load Cell Systems & Jack testing, Calibration: Load Cells, Weighing.Process controls, from consultation and design to installation and maintenance.

FEATURES

Crane Weighing; Tension Measuring; Cable Testing &Calibration; Weatherproof; Portable;Within 0.3 % Accurate; Remote Output;Auto Zero; Overload Indicator; High Overload Coefficient > 2:1; Tare Over; Full Range;Display in 1 kg Increments; Safety Factor > 6:1;

Our equipment is not just load testing it's 'intelligent' process control using instrumentation, jack testing calibration, route, mass, pressure transducers, plant design, submersible indicators, our systems record problems like overload and cut to unload, shear beam, cantilever beam, compression canister, rope monitoring, hopper weighing, belt weighers, microprocessor, weigh feeder, silo, tank, hermetically sealed, dual skip loading, conveyor belt blending, regular loads, how often, total loaded, how long maximum exceeded etc.
Current Promotions: All Prices Exclusive of VAT and transport
We have several Tension Link units at trade promotional price.

LS 10 ton Tension Link LC @ R 7 500.00

LS 30 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 10 950.00

LS 50 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 30 500.00

LS 100 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 40 500.00

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Load Cell Data Cable

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Cable Specifications:

Description:
Wire cable: 4 and 6 wire cable
Length: 20m or 100m
Low capacity: high capacitive symmetry
According to Benui colour code. Technical Data: 4 Core & 6 Core
Type: PRVP 4×97/0.2 PRVP 6×7/0.2
Number of wires 4 6
Wire colour: Black
Outer diam: 5.2mm±0.02 6.3mm±0.03
Coating material: PRVP
Wire cross section mm: 0.2
Wire resistance /mm: = 0.9
Capacity PF/m: = 80
Screened/shielded: Yes
Temperature range: -30°C +85°C
[-22 + 185 ]

LoadStrain Price List
All Prices Excluding VAT and Transport/Installation

Products:

High Grade Alloy Tension Link Load Cells

LS-10000R 7 500.00
LS-30000R 10 950.00
LS-50000R 30 500.00
LS-100000 R 40 500.00

Safety Pin, Bow Shackle type Load Cell - Custom Build


Rope Clamp Load Cells - Custom Build

Loadcell Data Cable (per metre)

4 Core @ R 35.00/metre

6 Core @ R 39.00/metre

Load Cell Indicators(Click the blue link left side for specs)

Adam-GK R 2 980.00
>LS Micro T7 R2 950.00

Rinstrum R320 R 6 950.00

Radio Telemetry

LSRF-Master 8R 5 500.00
LSRT-868 (RF Module)R 2 900.00

Services:

Load Cell Rental

LS 10 ton SS Tension Link Load cell:@ R 1 950.00/day

LS 30 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 2 980/day

LS 50 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 3 680/day

LS 100 ton Tension Link Load cells: @ R 4 950/day

Load Cell Calibration

1 ton - 5 ton R2 850.00
6 ton - 10 ton R2 388.00
12 ton - 15 tonR3 450.00
20 ton - 25 tonR3 965.00
30 ton - 50 ton R4 500.00
55 ton- 100 tonR 4 950.00

Repair and Installation Services (In South Africa)

In House Laboratory Work R 650.00/hrOn Site Installations R 650.00/hrTravel R 5.00/kmMeals and Accommodation R 1 500/day per technician

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Welcome To The Cutting Edge In Calibration TechnologyMeeting the challenges of modern industry and the requirements of international quality standards are core to the Loadstrain Calibration philosophy. We design, manufacture and supply load cells of the highest quality, enabling our customers to carry out measurements to traceable standards. We are committed to sustained growth through continued investment in product development and manufacturing methods.

The Loadstrain Calibration Service Offering is tailored around rigorous manufacturing and test procedures to ensure total quality and unrivalled reliability in the supply, repair and hire of our product range.

In today’s competitive manufacturing environment, it is essential that measuring equipment and reference standards satisfy the requirements of quality system accreditation. To this end, our laboratory testing is conducted in accordance with the procedures, practices and conditions required, recommended by SANAS and/or its affiliated partners, agencies and organizations.
Loadstrain Calibration have a proprietary range of locally manufactured tension link load cells ranging from 1 – 200 tons.

Product Quality and Standards

Load cells are electro-mechanical transducers that translate force or weight into voltage. This change in voltage produces, in the read-out instrumentation, a repeatable deflection or indication that can be calibrated directly in terms of the load applied to the cell.

Construction of the load cell utilizes all the advantages of bonded foil strain gages. Sealed within the load cell are sets of matched strain gages bonded to a high strength element, machined to close tolerances. The strain gages are electrically connected to form a balanced Wheatstone bridge and additional compensation resistors are added to the circuit for maintaining the accuracy of the bridge over a wide temperature range. The principle of operation depends upon the deflection of the strain gage filament, creating a change in its resistance, thereby unbalancing the bridge circuit. As a result, for a given input voltage, the output voltage of the bridge varies proportionally with the load and the change can be read on appropriate instrumentation. When completed, each load cell is individually tested and calibrated. Each cell must meet or exceed rigid electrical and mechanical performance tests before it is released for service. Also, every cell is proof tested to its full rated capacity, and in most instances, to over its rated capacity.

The Loadstrain has a range of tension link load cells that are locally designed and manufactured.

They can be used in crane weighing, tension measuring and cable testing to name but a few uses. The units are portable, come in their own carry cases and are weatherproof. The technical specifications include a greater than 0.3% accuracy level, remote output, auto zeroing, overload indicator, a high overload coefficient and most importantly, a safety factor of 6 : 1.

Standards, equipment, and associated apparatus are suitable for the correct performance of calibrations and tests and are maintained in accordance with the requirements of ISO 17025.
The Loadstrain Load cells are manufactured from exotic steel and offer great stability, along with all the inherent advantages of strain gauge devices such as accuracy, reliability, and resolution.

About Services

Loadstrain Calibration sets the standard for precision weights and weight calibration through commitment to achieving the highest measurement capability and offering lowest measurement uncertainties possible. Today Loadstrain leverages its expertise and commitment to offer Calibration Services that meet all of your measurement and compliance needs.

Loadstrain Calibration maintains strict controls, utilizing the finest calibration equipment available and employs highly trained staff of technicians capable of making precise measurements and monitoring calibration processes. The measurement system is rigorously reviewed.
The Loadstrain Calibration proprietary software verifies the accuracy of each measurement, reduces errors and identifies measurements that fall outside acceptable limits to eliminate the possibility of a suspect calibration. Each step of the calibration process is meticulously documented.
Loadstrain Calibration is a full service and can make adjustments and repairs for many types of calibration devices on request.

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Loadstrain loadcell systems sales, rental and calibration (2024)

FAQs

How do you calculate the calibration factor of a load cell? ›

To do this, we take the formula y = Mx + B and solve for x. The formula then becomes Mx = (y-B), which we then divide (y-B) by m.

How often do load cells need to be calibrated? ›

How often should a load cell be recalibrated? As strain gauge load cells are exposed to continuous usage, aging, output drift, overload and improper handling, FUTEK highly recommends a yearly recalibration interval.

How accurate is load cell calibration? ›

Load Cell Calibration is an adjustment or set of corrections that are performed on a load cell, or instrument (amplifier), to make sure that the sensor operates as accurately, or error-free, as possible. An offset means that the sensor output at zero load (true zero) is higher or lower than the ideal output.

Do load cells need to be calibrated? ›

It is typically required that load cells be recalibrated every year, ideally using the same digital indicator and other components included in the system application. Load cells that experience continuous use or are used in harsh environments will likely require more frequent calibration.

What is calibration formula? ›

A calibration equation expresses the quantitative relationship between the response of an analytical technique and the standard concentrations of the target. The responses of instruments include current, potential, peak height, peak area or peak ratio.

How is calibration factor calculated? ›

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What is the standard for load cell calibration? ›

The ASTM E4, ISO 7500-1 standards describe the fundamental conditions, requirements and verification of load cell calibrations for static, single-axis testing machines. They are used to ensure proper calibration and are highly relevant in a wide range of industries and for many different applications.

What is the standard load for calibration? ›

What is a standard calibration? A standard calibration will test load cell repeatability and linearity, which are both used to determine the accuracy. A '5 Step' method is most commonly used, where a known load is applied to the load cell incrementally, and output readings are taken at each step.

Do load cells go bad? ›

Unfortunately, all too frequently, load cells fail. They undergo events that may reduce their functionality because they are easily the most vulnerable part of a weighing or scale system. Figuring out what went wrong is just as important as knowing or learning how to fix it.

What is the 10% rule for calibration? ›

This standard stated that when parts were being measured that the accuracy tolerances of the measuring equipment should not exceed 10% of the tolerances of the parts being checked. This rule is often called the 10:1 rule or the Gagemaker's Rule.

Is calibration worth the money? ›

A good calibration will get it the rest of the way, making your TV look as good as possible. With most TVs hiring a pro won't make a huge difference, but if you want assurance that your new TV looks its best, it might be worth the price for you.

How much error is acceptable in calibration? ›

For a good measurement system, the accuracy error should be within 5% and precision error should within 10%.

What happens if you don't calibrate equipment? ›

INACCURATE RESULTS: If you do not calibrate your equipment, it will not give accurate measurements. When the measurements are not accurate, the final results will also be inaccurate, and the quality of the product will be sub-standard. SAFETY FACTORS: Uncalibrated equipment can pose a number of safety risks.

How many times should you calibrate? ›

Monthly, quarterly, or semi-annually – If you do critical measurements often then a shorter time span between calibrations will mean there is less chance of questionable test results. Often calibrating at shorter intervals will afford you with better specifications.

How do you check the accuracy of a load cell? ›

Set the multimeter in DC millivolts and connect the output wires of the load cell to the multimeter. Supply a voltage of 5V or 9V DC at the excitation leads and place a test weight on the load cell. The multimeter will register a change in voltage measured across the load cell's output.

What is a good calibration score? ›

A model has an accuracy of 70% with 0.7 confidence in each prediction = well calibrated. A model who has an accuracy of 70% with 0.9 confidence in each prediction = ill-calibrated.

What is 4 1 calibration rule? ›

Metrology labs strive for a minimum 4:1 TAR. Simply put, this means that the standard is 4 times more accurate that the tool being calibrated. A test accuracy ratio of 1:1 indicates the UUT and the standard have the same tolerances.

What does it mean to be 80% calibrated? ›

For example, when a person has calibrated a situation and says they are "80% confident" in each of 100 predictions they made, they will get about 80% of them correct. Likewise, they will be right 90% of the time they say they are 90% certain, and so on.

What is standard load cell accuracy? ›

Of the load cells we provide, C3 is the most common accuracy class. C4 – C5 (0.0174% - 0.0140%) - this accuracy class is higher and used for scales used for shop counter scales, filling machines, dynamic check weighing as well as platform and belt scales which require higher accuracy.

What is standard solution for calibration? ›

Calibration solutions are used for external standard, internal standard, and standard addition approaches to quantitation. Calibrants can be prepared gravimetrically using reference standards or reference materials of known purity; however, volumetric or other fraction basis is also possible.

What causes load cell to fail? ›

Load cells might be damaged because of (shock) overloading, lightning strikes or heavy electrical surges in general, chemical or moisture ingress, mishandling (dropping, lifting on cable, etc.), vibration or internal component malfunction.

What are the symptoms of a bad load cell? ›

Signs that your load cell may be broken
  • Inconsistent Display Readings.
  • The Display Readings Keep Fluctuating Up and Down.
  • The Display Will Not Return to Zero When the Load Has Been Removed.
  • The Zero Balance Has Changed Dramatically.
  • The Display Incorrectly Reads an Overload.
  • The Display Reads No Load When a Load is Applied.

How do I know if my load cell is damaged? ›

Physical Checks

Check if the load cell cable has any obvious signs of damage. Any cuts, crimps, excessive aberration or exposed wires is a sign of damage. Check load cell element for any dents, deformation, cracks, rippling of metal, corrosion, and significant wear in the area of loading.

What is 5 point calibration method? ›

When calibrating an instrument, as a general rule, the instrument data points should include readings taken at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of the calibration range of the instrument. This is often referred to as a five-point calibration.

What are the 5 calibration points? ›

What are five-point calibrations? During the calibration of an instrument, the data points for that instrument must be considered as 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100%, of the range value.

What is the rule of thumb for calibration? ›

A good rule of thumb is to ensure an accuracy ratio of 4:1 when performing calibrations. This means the instrument or standard used should be four times more accurate than the instrument being checked.

How much does a calibrator make? ›

The average salary for a calibration technician in Texas is $50,500 per year. Calibration technician salaries in Texas can vary between $21,000 to $85,000 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

How much is calibrate per month? ›

To use Calibrate, there is a one-time fee of $1,649, or $138 per month for 12 months with Affirm. Lab work and prescription medication are not included in the membership cost, but Calibrate's team works with your commercial or employer insurance to get them covered, the company says.

Why does a calibration fail? ›

Environmental changes, such as in temperature or humidity. Exposure to harsh conditions, such as corrosive substances or extreme temperatures. Sudden mechanical or electrical shock or vibration. Frequent use and natural calibration degradation over time.

What are common errors in calibration? ›

In practice, most calibration errors are some combination of zero, span, linearity, and hysteresis problems. An important point to remember is that with rare exceptions, zero errors always accompany other types of errors.

What is the calibration tolerance limit? ›

Calibration tolerance is the maximum acceptable deviation between the known standard and the calibrated device. At Metal Cutting, whenever possible the calibration of the devices we use for measuring parts is based on NIST standards.

What is the risk of incorrect calibration? ›

Producing poor quality products is one of the risks of not properly calibrating your equipment. Inaccurate measurements will negatively affect your production process. Uncalibrated equipment has bad temperature regulation which can lead to wear and tear on products, spoiled food, or melted plastic casings.

Why is calibration so expensive? ›

Because that equipment is built with precision parts; very precision parts. A typical calibrator worth it's salt will have an accuracy of at least 0.05% accuracy. Why so tight? So that it can calibrate devices with 0.25% accuracy within the standard deviation requirement.

Is calibration mandatory? ›

Calibration is important because it helps assure accurate measurements and accurate measurements are required for most research, development, and innovation as well as safe and profitable production across virtually all industries of most products and services we use every day.

What is poor calibration? ›

An incorrectly calibrated or tared instrument, like a scale that doesnt read zero when nothing is on it. A person consistently takes an incorrect measurement. For example, they might think the 3/4 mark on a ruler is the 2/3 mark.

How can I improve my calibration results? ›

The accuracy of some methods can be improved by adding a suitable internal standard to both calibration standards and test samples and basing the regression on the ratio of the analyte response to that of the internal standard. The use of an internal standard corrects for small variations in the operating conditions.

What is the ideal temperature for calibration? ›

The temperature requirement for electrical or electronic calibration is typically about 73 degrees Fahrenheit (23 Celsius).

How long does a calibration certificate last? ›

In general, however, most calibration certificates are valid for one year. After the certificate expires, you will need to have your equipment re-calibrated in order to maintain its accuracy.

How can I make my load cell more accurate? ›

Better load cells have compensation over a wider temperature range and thus are more accurate. For instance the data sheet may list a compensated temperature range of -10 to 40 °C, meaning that they work best between these temperatures.

What are the errors in load cell? ›

Common Load Cell Faults

The following faults are common to a typical strain gauge load cell: A sudden change in the zero balance value of the load cell, Unstable readings and random changes in the zero balance point of the load cell, Incorrect or overload readings for a known weight.

What is the most accurate load cell? ›

Tension load cells or compression load cells are versatile with low profile and welded stainless steel design. They are highly accurate in monitoring compression and tension forces.

How to calculate load factor? ›

The load factor calculation divides your average demand by your peak demand. To calculate your load factor take the total electricity (KWh) used in the billing period and divide it by the peak demand (KW), then divide by the number of days in the billing cycle, then divide by 24 hours in a day.

What is the formula for load factor? ›

The electricity demand (in kW) is your “peak load.” The load factor formula is: Monthly kWh/(monthly peak KW Demand * days in billing period * 24 hours).

How do you calibrate a load cell? ›

The load cells calibration procedure involves incremental loading and the evaluation at each step of the output signals of both the calibrated weighbridge and of the master load cell (Figure 8-4). The number of divisions used and the method of applying the force (hydraulic or servomotor) is up to the user.

What is load factor and how is it calculated? ›

Load factor, in essence, means efficiency. It is the ratio of actual kilowatt-hours used in a given period, divided by the total possible kilowatt -hours that could have been used in the same period, at the peak kW level established by the customer during the billing period.

What is the load factor for rent? ›

The load factor is calculated as the amount of rentable square feet divided by the amount of usable square feet. For example, if an office building has 10,000 square feet of rentable space but only 8,000 square feet of usable office space, the load factor would be 1.25 (10,000/8,000).

What is the formula for working load? ›

The WLL is calculated by dividing the breaking load limit (BLL) by a safety factor (SF). An example of this would be a chain that has a BL of 2,000 lb. WLL of 400 lb. if a safety factor of 5 (5:1, 5 to 1, or 1/5) is used.

What is a normal load factor? ›

When the load factor is +1, all occupants of the aircraft feel that their weight is normal. When the load factor is greater than +1 all occupants feel heavier than usual. For example, in a 2 g maneuver all occupants feel that their weight is twice normal.

What is load factor answer? ›

In electrical engineering the load factor is defined as the average load divided by the peak load in a specified time period.

How do you calculate maximum load? ›

To calculate the payload capacity, you need to know both the curb weight and the GVWR. Subtract the curb weight from the GVWR to find the payload capacity.

How do you calculate load cell output? ›

The voltage output from the load cell can be calculated from the voltage VE applied to the load cell and the rated output RO. When a load of 500 g (rated capacity) is applied to the load cell, the output voltage is VE * RO = 2.0 V * 0.7 mV/V = 1.4 mV.

How do you calculate load cell accuracy? ›

To calculate the load cell accuracy, multiply the rated output by the percent output accuracy.

What is the formula for average load? ›

Average Load = Area under the daily Load Curve (kWh)/24 hrs.

What is the formula for average daily load? ›

It is calculated by dividing your total energy usage (in kilowatt-hours) by your maximum electrical use (in kilowatts) and multiplying that number by the number of days in the month and the total number of hours per day.

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