Custom Sensors Address Wide Range Of Strain Gage Requirements

For OEMs with a need for strain gage-based sensors for diverse designs, HBM offers a plethora of custom pressure, force, torque, and load sensors. For specialized or demanding applications when off-the-shelf sensors are not an option, HBM designs and manufactures sensor and sub-assemblies that are compatible with today’s smart products, while requiring minimal design change to the OEM’s existing system. Four main offerings include:

  1. Strain gages for custom transducers
  2. OEM gaging services to gage customer supplied parts
  3. Building block sensors, for parts such as pump blades
  4. Assemblies that includes load introduction parts  

HBM offers a range of sensor technologies specific to a variety of its market segments:


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• Blade Sensor

• Beam and Force Sensor

• Hermetic Strain Gage Based Sensor for Autoclave and KOH

• Synthesis Machinery / Plunger Sensor

• S-Type Beam Sensor

• Flat Beam Sensor

• Torque and Power Meter Sensor



• Planting Downforce Load Sensor

• Grain Flow Yield Monitor

• Seed and Fertilizer Tank Weight

• Baler Sensor

• Tractor Draft Pin

• Vehicle Torque Sensor


Industrial Vehicle

• Mobile Elevated Work Platform Load Cell

• Telescopic Handler Sensor

• Mobile Crane Load Pin

• On Board Weighing Load Cell

• Vehicle Torque Sensor



• Torque Sensor

• Washer and Button Load Cell

• Joystick Sensor

• Multi-axis Sensor

• Bicycle Sensor



• Load Pin

• Threaded Rod End Sensor

• Pancake Load Cell

• Hammer Union

• Washer Force Sensor

• Torque Sensor


HBM Inc.

Marlborough, MA


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