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Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.

Reprinted with permission from the April 1977 issue of Water & Sewage Works magazine. Prepared by Frank Reid and Harold Stone, Water & Sewage works staff.


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Strain Gauges
Strain gauges are measuring elements that convert force, pressure, tension, etc., into an electrical signal.
Shock and Impact Sensors
Shock and impact sensors are devices that detect sudden or severe impacts at a predetermined level and indicate whether the level has been exceeded.
Vacuum Sensors
Vacuum sensors are devices for measuring vacuum or sub-atmospheric pressures.
Force and Torque Instruments
Force and torque instruments are used to measure force, weight or torque. Some can measure force and torque by changing the sensor / transducer.
Linear Velocity Sensors
Linear velocity sensors measure the linear velocity of an object using either contact or non-contact techniques.

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