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Group Four’s S Beam load cell designs are perfect for applications where you need large capacities in a tight fit. The key element for this product line is the application of bending or shear beam technology to meet your specific needs. This allows us to build a very small form factor load cell with sterling ruggedness. In multiple load cell applications, calibration can become a heart-renching experience. Not for our load cells. We employ a design philosophy of mechanical and electrical symmetry to provide a robust product with impeccable calibration characteristics. Our engineers created this symmetrical design approach. Our engineering department understands the need to be economical yet we design with your needs in mind. Therefore, our S Beam load cell designs can be customized for you where ruggedness, capacity and space limitations might cause other companies to punt. We thrive on these challenges.

The type 3005 is a Stainless Steel load cell design for measuring Tension or Compression Loads.
Applications: Crane scales and hanging scales, small hopper and tank weighing systems, hybrid systems with lever work, belt weighers and other load carriers with multiple load cells.

The GSC series s-beam load cell is ideal for measurement of both tension and compression forces. This load cell is most commonly found in bin and hopper weighing as well as test and measurement devices. Applications: Crane scales and hanging scales, small hopper and tank weighing systems, hybrid systems with lever work, belt weighers and other load carriers with multiple load cells.

The type 3015 is a hermetically sealed stainless steel load cell design for measuring tension or compression loads.
Applications: Force measurement in material testing machines, cranes, lifts and other general tension applications.

Miniature aluminum load cell designed for measuring tension or compression loads.
Loads up to 100lb
Applications: Robotic leg rehabilitation devices, medical guidewire test, medical bag weighing, DNA synthesis, wire tension measurement

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