Load cell for the measurement of static and dynamic loads in COMPRESSION
Nominal Load from 100 kg to 200 tons
Class (OIML R60) C1, C2 and C3
Combined Error: 0,023%
Output: 2mV/V
On request

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Low profile load cell suitable to work in hostile environments.
High mechanical resistance
Completely made of stainless steel
Completely LASER welded
Degree of protection IP68
Long term stability

On request ATEX certificate (Zones 1 and 21) GAS and DUST


Calibration Report

Loading Head (TIC)

Mounting Plate (PB)


WEIGHING UNIT for Load Cell model C2S and CBS
Used in weighing tanks, silos and hoppers.
Nominal loads from 100 kg to 100 tons
Made of stainless steel AISI 304.
Completely auto load self alignment and transverse shift compensation



Wireless transmitter mounted on load cell


Data sheet C2S
Data sheet UPC
Certificate CE
Certificate ATEX
EAC Certificate

Download 3D

C2S up to 10t

C2S 20t and 30t

C2S 50t to 100t

C2S 150t and 200t

C2S Ø165 with MIL

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