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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The force measurement equipment industry has reached the next level with the introduction of the new and enhanced CS2 Series from Chatillon. Designed for tensile and compression testing up to 5 kN [1,100 lbF], this brand new series of force testing machine equipment is extremely easy to use. Ideal for use with testing a variety…Read More
When it comes to providing testing for flexible barrier material, such as medical packaging seals or medical pouches, adhering to the ASTM F88 testing standard is essential. The ASTM F88 Peel Test System from CSC Force Measurement provides complete compatibility with this standard using the most common 90 degree supported and unsupported method. Support for…Read More
Businesses that are looking for a cost-effective, easy-to-use testing system need only to look at the brand new material testing systems available from Lloyd Instruments. Compatible with NEXGENPlus software, the LS1, LS2.5, LS5, and brand new LD series of testing machines from Lloyd Instruments really raise the bar for digital material testers. It is important…Read More
In addition to purchasing the right type of force gauges for digital and analog testing, today’s manufacturers and laboratories also need to select the best motorized test stands for the job. Force and torque testing can be achieved using motorized test stands, but it is important to choose the right piece of equipment for the…Read More
Digital force gauges are used to measure forces that include pushing and pulling. There are many different types available, including handheld or test stand mountable devices, analog or mechanical force gauges, and digital force gauges. CSC Force Measurement carries a variety of force gauges to meet the unique needs of our clients. We also provide…Read More
While there are many advantages associated with on-site calibration services, some of our clients have very good reasons for wanting to use our ship-in calibration services instead. Regardless of the type of force and torque calibration that you get for your equipment, the service must follow some stringent regulations and standards set by the International…Read More
In order to best meet the needs and interests of our clients, CSC Force Measurement offers both off-site and on-site calibration services. ISO17025 accredited calibration is required to ensure that your equipment is running effectively and efficiently to meet the demands of your business and provide ongoing success in day to day operations. Our team…Read More
When installing a 21 ton dome roof on a gas tank installation in Gabon, Africa, Mennens, one of the the biggest European specialists in steel cables, lifting and hoisting equipment, selected Dillon load links (dynamometers) to ensure the safety of the installation. The team began by using Dillon EDJunior load cells to test all of…Read More
Due to the nature of electrical construction industry work, The American Line Builders Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee (ALBAT) apprentices learn their career skill through practical, “hands-on” training, reinforced by classroom instruction. With courses covering topics such as Rigging Essentials and OSHA 10 Electrical Transmission and Distribution, it is important that the apprentices have hands-on…Read More
Chatillon TCD 200 & TCM 201 Replacement The Chatillon TCM 201 and Chatillon TCD 200 Tester models were manufactured by AMETEK under the Chatillon brand have been out of production for over nine years and are considered obsolete by the manufacturer. (Refer to the AMETEK obsolescence statement links.) These testers are no longer supported for…Read More