Minebea Intec expands its portfolio with stainless-steel load cells for demanding applications

Minebea Intec expands its portfolio with stainless-steel load cells for demanding applications

Minebea Intec (Germany) - Press Release: New load cells PR 53, PR 54, PR 57 and PR 77.

Minebea Intec, one of the world’s leading industrial weighing and inspection technology manufacturers, is expanding its existing load cell portfolio with the single point load cells PR 53, PR 54 and PR 57, and the bending beam load cell PR 77. These high-quality stainless-steel load cells provide a reliable solution for demanding weighing processes in industrial environments. These products and other selected weighing components are available with immediate effect from the online shop (shop.minebea-intec.com). Customers can quickly access product information and order the products directly from here.

Single point and bending beam load cells are the best-selling load cells on the market. They play a crucial role in various applications, whether in bench and floor platforms or integrated into machines. The new load cells PR 53, PR 54, PR 57 and PR 77 cover a wide load range from 7.5 kg to 750 kg, making it possible to realize any application, from small bench scales or floor scales to vessel weighing.

A key strength of the new load cells is the fact they are certified to international standards. The load cells PR 53, PR 54, PR 57 and PR 77 are certified to OIML, NTEP, ATEX and IECEx, which means that they can be used in a wide range of industrial environments worldwide.

Load cells developed in collaboration with MinebeaMitsumi:

Minebea Intec worked closely with its parent company MinebeaMitsumi on the development and production of the PR 53, PR 54, PR 57 and PR 77 load cells. The MinebeaMitsumi Group is a publicly listed Japanese group with over 85,000 employees worldwide and its head office in Tokyo. The company operates in a range of industries and manufactures high-precision production parts such as ball bearings and engines. Working together on this project allowed the companies to make optimal use of their shared expertise and the partnership helps to guarantee the high quality and reliability of the load cells. “We are proud to join forces with MinebeaMitsumi to offer high-quality load cells that meet our clients’ requirements,” says Yannick Salzmann, Product Manager Process & Weighing Products.

The exceptional quality of the advice and service that customers receive from Minebea Intec allows them to take advantage of individual load cell applications, e.g. for vessels or silo weighing, or alternatively to order the load cells for integration into a checkweigher or platform scale. "We support our customers throughout the entire process, from the moment goods arrive at customers’ premises to the moment they leave,” says Yannick Salzmann. “Introducing these new load cells helps us to widen our portfolio in order to meet the increasingly demanding requirements for weighing processes in industrial environments.”

Potential customers can find more information about the new single point load cells from Minebea Intec in the How-To Guide ‘Single point load cells: Key features, advantages and benefits’ from Minebea Intec.

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