Kistler Instrument Corp.

With the 4017A, Kistler is taking pressure measurement technology to the next level: the miniature absolute PR pressure sensor has a mounting size of only M5x0.5 and was specifically designed for maximum robustness and accuracy. Its oil-filled measuring cell is media-isolated by a stainless-steel diaphragm and delivers a very high level of media…
An electromechanically operated clinching system offers significant energy savings as compared to pneumatic or pneumohydraulic alternatives. In this solution, the servo press is controlled by the proven maXYmos NC process monitoring system from Kistler. With continuous force-displacement monitoring by the integrated sensor, positions can be…
Monitoring of the pressure curve in all cavities is now much more precise, with the help of an envelope curve adapted to the process. The ComoNeo 4.1 is WLAN-compatible for the first time, and users will appreciate even more improvements such as additional interfaces and comfortable user management.
The 5074B also comes with two features that deliver major operational improvements. The new amplifier is ready to operate within around six seconds, as compared to the previous time of 30 seconds for each startup procedure – so users save valuable time. This improvement has a direct impact on plant availability, especially for modular plants with…
The INSPECTOR meets a requirement that is especially important in the automotive and vehicle manufacturing industry: quality assurance compliant with the VDI/VDE guideline after the fastening process is completed. The new torque wrench also offers an advantage that was never available on the market until now: an interface with the CEUS and…
LabAmp 5167A and 5165A – that combine high signal quality with exceptional flexibility, state-of-the-art operability and excellent connectivity. Low noise, a broad measuring range and wide-ranging filter options open up virtually unlimited possibilities for measurements. Also, multiple LabAmp devices can be combined with one another: for example,…
The trend toward miniaturization is unstoppable. Automotive parts, semiconductors, electrical components and medtech devices: in almost every industry, products now have to combine increasingly compact dimensions with higher performance. And that poses major challenges for manufacturers and suppliers, who have to achieve maximum accuracy when…
Benefits for users include highly rigid and dynamic piezoelectric measurement technology, digital data that is resistant to interference from disturbance variables, and end-to-end communication all the way through to sensor level. IO-Link technology supplies users with real-time data to monitor the condition of their plants and measurement chains.
Small and extremely sensitive, but capable of absolute top performance: The advanced miniature sensors (6178C, 6182D and 6183D) from Kistler – streamlined for maximum precision – now feature Unisens uniform sensitivity and titancarbonitite coating.
Kistler is adding a new member to its family of horizontally pretensioned stationary dynamometers: the Type 9139AA dynamometer.
Kistler expands its range of RCDs (Rotating Cutting Force Dynamometers) with the new Type 9171A rotating dynamometer for use in high-performance cutting applications.
Kistler has announced the availability of its piezoelectric accelerometer technologies for cost-effective, high-accuracy support of aircraft, helicopter, rotorcraft, missile, satellite and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) ground vibration testing (GVT), as well as large-scale MIMO and SIMO aerospace structural monitoring.
Kistler has introduced the Type 9129A, a three-component system, designed to offer high-precision measurements of cutting tool machinery forces of up to 8 kN, when turning outside and inside turret lathe diameters, in support of critical manufacturing process monitoring requirements.
Kistler has introduced the Type 4550A KiTorq rotor torque flange measuring unit.
Kistler has introduced the USB-based Type 2825A DynoWare universal data acquisition and analysis software, designed for direct compatibility with Kistler stationary and rotary measuring systems, including single- and multi-component dynamometers and other force sensors.
Kistler Instrument Corp. has announced the North American debut of Type 5697-DAQ, a powerful piezoelectric force measurement data acquisition system controlled by Kistler's own proprietary DynoWare software.
At Emuge-Franken, manufacturers of threading, gaging, clamping and milling technology, sensors and dynamometers from Kistler are used to aid in the development of new precision tools.
In the cutting tool and toolholder industry, one of the reasons for Big Kaiser's success is its adherence to quality control -- in part by using measurement technology from Kistler to benchmark cutting tools.