Expanded program for force-, load- and weighing sensors and measuring electronics

Magazine for Textiles, Clothing, Leather and Technology  Since the beginning of March 2018 we have expanded our product range in the field of force-, load- and weighing sensors as well as measuring electronics. Together with our partner, we can offer you a comprehensive program.

As you well know, CREALET has helped countless manufacturers over the years with winding and unwinding devices with tension measurement and with intelligent tension- and selvedge controls for textile surface production. Companies all over the world rely on our know-how with the tension-controlled feeding of warp on wide and narrow weaving machines as well as with winding up of the fabric. We develop and build the aggregates to meet customer’s requirements.

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Example installations by Crealet for textile manufacturers

 Now, CREALET expands the product range to enable you to launch the digital future.

State-of-the-art force-, load- and weighing sensors.
Advanced measuring electronics.

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Force-, load- and weighing sensors

  • The force sensors are suitable for many applications, such as: automation, textile machines, winders and unwinders, wire tensioners, etc.
  • The load- and weighing sensors are used for a variety of applications, such as: feeding devices, actuators, automation systems, squeezers, tension control devices, food plants, etc.

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Measuring electronics

  • The transmitters, amplifiers, weighing indicators and weight repeaters are used for weighing systems, automation systems, measuring laboratories, data acquisition, signal conditioners for DMS, tension control devices, etc.
  • Also available are: serial outputs such as RS-232, RS-485, PROFIBUS, PROFINET, CANBUS, USB, wireless and analog outputs 0-10V, 0-5V, 4-20mA, 0-20mA, and integrated weighing indicators.

Special solutions in force measurement technology

Source: www.crealet.com