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Mechanical & Digital Force Gauges

What is a Force Gauge?

A force gauge is simple measuring tool used to measure the force/ pressure applied during a push or pull test in Newtons. They are small, convenient instruments designed to be used laboratory work, safety testing, classroom education and conducting general research. 

Sauter force gauges supplied by Inscale

Inscale stock a wide range of handheld and easy to use Sauter force gauges, providing highly accurate measuring equipment with capacities ranging from 2N - 1000KN. They feature swivel hooks, robust casing, and comfortable grip.  All of our force gauges can be used with Sauter manual and automatic test stands.

Please contact us for more information on force gauges, or if you require help in selecting the best force gauge to suit your needs!

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  1. From: £574.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Max Capacity Range
    1000N - 1000KN
    Readability Range
    g to g

    Premium-quality force gauge manufactured by Sauter, FH-M force gauges include a wide variety of features including peak hold, real time and statistical analysis. Includes a sample rate of 2000Hz with an accuracy of 0.5%.

  2. £309.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Max Capacity Range
    2N - 500N
    Readability Range
    g to g

    Top-quality universal digital force gauge manufactured by Sauter, the FH-S offers a whole host of features from peak hold to statistical analysis, compatible with our full range of test stands and can be supplied with PC based software for data collection and record keeping.

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    £295.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Readability Range
    g to g

    FC digital force gauges have been designed to be easy to use, with large backlit display for easy reading and the metal case engineered to be comfortable to grip for using in manual operations. The models can be used on all test stands both mechanical and motorised.

  4. From: £289.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Readability Range
    g to g

    FL series of premium digital force gauges with graphical assisted display have been designed to be easy to use, the painted metal case is ergonomically engineered to be comfortable for manual use, but easily used on test stands both mechanical and motorised. Ideal for simple manual push or pull applications and when used with test stands, more complex measurements.

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    £157.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Max Capacity Range
    30N - 500N
    Readability Range
    g to g

    Low Capacity Mechanical Force Gauge constructed in a heavy duty plastic case with Peak hold facility. Can be used on our range of test stands.

  6. £177.00  (Ex.VAT)
    Max Capacity Range
    10N - 1000N
    Readability Range
    g to g

    FK series of digital force gauges have been designed to be easy to use, the case is ergonomically engineered to be comfortable for manual use, but easily used on test stands both mechanical and motorised. Ideal for simple push or pull applications.

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Force Gauges Help

Q: What is the difference between a mechanical force gauge and a digital force gauge?

A: The main difference between a mechanical force gauge and a digital force gauge can be found in their construction. Mechanical gauges, similar to spring scales or a strain gauge, operates on a spring component that can be used to measure the weight of an object only. A digital force gauge uses a load cell component rather than a spring, and makes use of a variety of smart features including peak hold and statistical analysis, but tends to be used for the same overall purpose as a mechanical force gauge.

Take a look at our range of spring scales and mechanical balances.

Q: What are force gauges used for?

A: Force gauges are used for many health and safety testing applications as a way of measuring push / pull resistance and force. For example, safety inspectors may use a force gauge to test doors for accessibility purposes, ensuring that doors are fitted and working safely to prevent swinging back or over-exertion when opening and closing.

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