HBM provides different cleaning agents for cleaning measuring points and measurement objects prior to strain gauge installation. You will find the complete overview here:
Safety Data Sheets for RMS1 Cleaning Agent
Safety Data Sheets for RMS1-SPRAY Cleaning Agent
|Dehnungsmessstreifen - Katalog||German|
|Strain Gauges - Catalogue||English|
|Тензорезисторы - катало́г||Russian|
|RMS1 - Safety instructions||多语言|
|Declaration of Conformity|
|Strain Gauges and Accessories - Declaration of Conformity||English, German|
A clean component surface is a vital prerequisite for successful strain gauge installation. Chemically pure cleaning agents enable the installation area to be prepared, ensuring the surface is free of dirt, grease, or similar contaminants. HBM provides you with two appropriate versions of the RMS cleaning agent, each consisting of a mixture of acetone and isopropanol.
RMS1 is a chemically highly pure, environmental-friendly solvent mixture for cleaning strain gauge installation areas. RMS1 reliably removes all common contaminants.
- Packaging unit: One liter of RMS1 solvent mixture plus 450 cleaning pads
- Order no.: 1-RMS1
The RSP120 cleaning agent dispenser protects solvents such as RMS1 from contamination that may develop over time. Stock RMS1 solvent in the RSP120 cleaning agent dispenser to protect your solvent from contamination that may develop over time.
The spring mechanism in the cap enables easy and precise dispensing of the cleaning agent.
RMS1-SPRAY is an easy-to-use and time-saving cleaning agent for cleaning strain gauge measuring points and measurement objects. RMS1-SPRAY is a mixture of acetone and isopropanol, and the convenient spray can enables easy and reliable application of the cleaning agent while preparing, for instance, measuring points on vertical surfaces or working overhead.
Unlike previous approaches that required filling the solvent into a suitable, clean container from a storage container, the RMS1-SPRAY can be directly applied from the spray can, which offers significant time reduction when preparing the measuring point.