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Auxiliary equipment: Small sensors for small molds

Kistler's new Model 9227A slide style force transducer is the smallest in a family of three sensors for measuring cavity pressure in very small molds. The injection pressure is measured indirectly beh...


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June 1, 2001 by Canadian Plastics


Kistler’s new Model 9227A slide style force transducer is the smallest in a family of three sensors for measuring cavity pressure in very small molds. The injection pressure is measured indirectly behind an injector or a separate measuring pin.

With cross sectional dimensions of only 4 mm (0.16 in.) by 6 mm (0.24 in.), the miniature sensor can be used in confined spaces, including locations where it would be impossible to install a direct measurement sensor. One example is the molding of optical lenses.

Wika Instruments Ltd. 905-337-1611


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