Pressurex® - For Low Pressure Applications
Pressurex® is a unique, affordable and easy to use tool that reveals
relative pressure distribution between two contacting, mating or impacting
surfaces. This pressure indicating sensor film is thin (20 mils) which enables
it to conform to curved surfaces. It is ideal for invasive intolerant environments
and tight spaces not accessible to conventional electronic transducers.
Simply place Pressurex® in between any two contacting or impacting surfaces. Remove it and immediately see a grayscale pressure distribution profile. The color intensity of the resulting image reveals the relative amount of pressure applied to it. The greater the pressure, the darker the color. It is designed with low contact pressures in mind.
When using Pressurex® in conjunction with our Topaq® imaging system, the grayscale pressure distribution profiles are rendered into clear, easy to interpret images within seconds. No additional training is required to the system. The images are high resolution, full-color representations of pressure distribution. Graphs and data accompany the view. This is the easiest and most effective way to determine pressure distribution between mating surfaces.
Composite Layups, Bolted Joints
Gasket Interfaces, Impacts, Fuel Cell Stacking, Clutches/Brakes, Tire Treads
Heat Sinks, LCD Bonding, PCB, Wafer Bonding, Wafer Polishing
Heat Sealing, Nip Impressions
Lamination Press, Injection Molding, Metal Stamping
|Temperature Range*||0 - 150°F (0 - 66°C)|
|Gauge||20 mils (0.5 mm)|
|Shelf Life||2 Years|
|Sheet Size||17 in. x 11.25 in. (43 cm x 29 cm)|
|*Higher for brief exposure.
MSDS available upon request
The term Pressurex® is synonymous to pressure indicating paper, pressure film, pressure distribution sensor, film pressure gauge, impact sensing film, planarity sensor, pressure film picture, pressure gauge film, tactile pressure measurement sensing, and thin film contact tactile pressure gauge. Pressurex is also commonly misspelled as pressure-x, preassurex, preasurex, pressurx, presurex, and presurex sensitive paper. Pressurex is also commonly misspelled as pressure-x, preassurex, preasurex, pressurx, presurex, and presurex sensitive paper.