Load – Pressure cells

Geonor, Inc - Precision Instrumentation

Vibrating Wire Straingauge

geonor_rst_vibrating_wire_strain_gauge_ELB0007GVibrating Wire Strain Gauges are designed to be welded to or embedded in various structures for monitoring strain.

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Vibrating Wire Rebar Strain Meter

geonor_rst_vibrating_wire_rebar_strain_meterVibrating Wire Rebar Strain Meters / Sister Bars are designed to be embedded in concrete for the purpose of measuring concrete strains due to imposed loads.

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Vibrating Wire Load Cell

geonor_rst_vibrating_wire_load_cell_LPB002IVibrating Wire Load Cells provide measurement of loads in tie-backs, struts, ground anchors and rock bolts.

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Straingauge Load Cells

geonor_rst_strain_gauge_load_cells_LPB0005FStrain Gauge Load Cells provide measurement of loads in tie-backs, struts, ground anchors and rock bolts.

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Total Earth Pressure Cells

geonor_rst_total_earth_pressure_cells_LPB0001JTotal Earth Pressure Cells are designed to measure stress acting on plane surfaces.

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Hydraulic Load Cells

geonor_rst_hydraulic_load_cells_LPB0003DHydraulic Load Cells provide measurement of compressive loads between structural members.

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Pile Tip Load Cells

geonor_rst_pile_tip_load_cells_LPB0004DPile Tip Load Cells provide for measurement of load at the tips of driven piles,cast-in place piles, and drilled shafts.

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Borehole Pressure Cells

geonor_rst_borehole_pressure_cells_LPB0007EBorehole Pressure Cells have a long term track record of stress monitoring in both elastic and viscoelastic rock.

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NATM Stress Cell

geonor_rst_NATM_stress_cell_LPB0008KRST Vibrating Wire NATM Stress Cells are designed to measure stresses in concrete (shotcrete) linings in tunnels and other underground workings.

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Push-in Pressure Cell

geonor_rst_push-in_pressure_cell_LPB0018GA Push-in Pressure Cell is designed to be pushed into the ground where it can measure total earth pressure and pore water pressure within the soil. It can be used as a site investigation tool to determine the in situ stress state, both vertical and horizontal, depending on the direction of installation.

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