Stress Analysis Strain Gages
Transducer-Class Strain Gage
Concrete / Rock
Printed Circuit Board
Structural Health Monitoring
Adhesive primarily used on very rough or irregular surfaces. Cures at room temperature.
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- Adhesive primarily used on very rough or irregular surfaces. Cures at room temperature.
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- Optional Features - Stress Analysis Gages
Strain Gage Installation Checklist: Concrete
- Concrete is a porous material and generally will have a surface that is too rough to form a very thin and void-free adhesive layer between the strain gage and the concrete. For these reasons, concrete must first be sealed with an epoxy such as M-Bond AE-10. Long gage length strain gages are typically required on the surface of concrete in order to correctly strain-average over the aggregate and mortar mixture. Since concrete is a poor conductor of heat, precabled gages or gages with preattached leadwires are highly recommended.
- Applications with M-Bond AE-10, AE-15 and GA-2 Adhesive Systems
- Micro-Measurements Precision Strain Gages, Accessories, and Instruments
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M-Bond GA-2 Resin
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M-Bond Curing Agent - Type 10A
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