Why C.S.C. Force Measurement, Inc.?
In these difficult economic times, most organizations are searching for ways to cut costs and reduce overhead. However in most cases, costs in quality control as well as research and development are static. C.S.C. Force Measurement, Inc. is continually striving to provide our customers with lower costs and greater value. For example, we provide factory trained technicians who perform preventative maintenance as well as repairs to the equipment that we calibrate. If an item requires repair or adjustment, this can usually be performed by the technician that day.
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When it comes to sample testing, sometimes there is a need for a torque force gauge that is designed to allow for multiple ranges of measurements in a single unit. Not only can this type of remote non-dedicated torque force gauge help to save time by making it easy to interchange load cells to maximize…Read More
When it comes to materials testing for industry, the grips and fixtures that you choose can make a big difference in the quality control of your product. When testing a sample, having the proper grip is essential in the determination of test repeatability. The key is to hold the sample firmly to avoid slippage while…Read More
Many different industries rely on heavy cable wires and ropes for everyday operation. The average person relies on quality cable wires much more than they realize. Heavy cable wires are used in elevators and zip lines, ski lifts and overhead wires for electrical and telephone services. Safety must be maintained for these crucial services, which…Read More
In a world where people sit at desks for several hours each day hunched over a computer or work at jobs where repetitive motion disorders can cut their careers short, ergonomics has become an essential tool. The proper ergonomic design of equipment, a piece of furniture, or any item that a person uses, is crucial…Read More
The testing standard that was designed to measure the friction of plastic film and sheeting is known as ASTM D1894; however, it can also be used for other testing applications. The method involves the measurement of the initial and moving friction of one material that is dragged across another. This type of testing is also…Read More
Making a choice to do the in-house calibration for torque and force measurement is an investment in your company’s future. There are many advantages associated with performing in-house calibration, but it is essential to have the right equipment. You will also need to know how often the equipment manufacturer recommends calibration the instrument, whether it…Read More
When you start looking around at options for new equipment sales at CSC Force Measurement, you will notice a category titled “Spring Testers,” which encompasses products that include Mark-10 spring testers. There are many options available, depending on the unique needs of the client. Material testers are used across many different industries from advanced technology…Read More
Many of our clients come to us looking for solutions that will be flexible, versatile, and easy to customize to meet their needs. Chatillon makes a top quality line of products that can be used for force and torque testing, as well as other applications. The DFS II-R-ND Chatillon Force/Torque Gauge is a great choice…Read More
Force and torque measuring are nothing if you can’t collect data and analyze test results. The Mark-10 MESUR Software series is one of the most powerful options available in data collection and analysis software. It is designed to work with the most widely used Mark-10 motorized test stand options, digital force gauges, torque gauges, travel…Read More
In order to obtain the correct data for pull testing applications and other types of testing, Mark-10 force gauges, torque gauges, sensors, and test stands require the use of gripping fixtures and attachments. There are a variety of options available, depending on the purpose of the product being tested. Grips and attachments are mounted to…Read More