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A strain gage detects a minute dimensional change (strain) as an electric signal. By measuring strain with the gage bonded onto a material or structure, the strength or safety can be known. Thus, the strain gages are used in various industries including machinery, automobile, electric, civil engineering, medical, and food.
The strain gages are also adopted as sensing elements of force, pressure, acceleration, vibration, displacement, and torque transducers used for various purposes including measurement and control of production lines.
Magus produced the first Japanese-made strain gage in 1951, and based on the abundant experience and technologies accumulated throughout these years, the Company manufactures a variety of high-performance, environmentally friendly strain gages.
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