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LCM Systems Ltd Press Release – 9.5te Load Link with Data Logging

LCM Systems Ltd (United Kingdom) – Press Release: We have recently manufactured a load link that provides data logging capabilities. Rated at 9.5 tonnes, the load link incorporates a compact data logger that can be accessed via a removable cover for easy data retrieval. Data can be measured and recorded at specified intervals from once every 2 seconds to once every 12 hours depending on the application and project requirements, and can be saved in a format easily read by spreadsheets such Microsoft Excel.

Offering accuracy of 0.6% of rated load and with environmental sealing to IP66, the load link has been manufactured from stainless steel, making it suitable for many arduous industrial environments.

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    LCM Systems Ltd specialises in load measurement solutions that are utilised in many different industries worldwide. Established in 1984 to provide the yachting industry with precision load cells and readout systems, the company has grown rapidly, and now provides engineering and design expertise to market sectors including oil & gas, civil engineering, marine & offshore, aerospace, heavy lifting and process engineering.

    We manufacture a comprehensive range of standard load cells and instrumentation, but a significant proportion of our business comes from the supply of bespoke products that are tailored to meet specific customer requirements.

    We pride ourselves on being able to provide innovative solutions to complex and challenging load measurement problems.