The new developed hpower triple shaker is used by Sandia National Laboratories to simulate seismic activities to further improve safe carbon sequestration. To simulate a high pressure environment the shaker can withstand forces of up to 150kN while achieving a blocking force of up to 66kN. In the application the shaker will generate vibrations in the range of hundreds of Hz, but is capable of speeds up to 3.5kHz.
hpower products are used wherever high frequencies and large forces are required. These can be controlled with absolute precision without delay. The combination of high performance with compact design make them a unique driving technology. Learn more about exciting applications by leading research institutes.
hpower shock generators achieve up to 18 000 g in acceleration.
Highly repetitive and accurate.
Hpower actuators have proven in a series of tests that they combine high acceleration with high force pulse generation. Their unmatched performance makes hpower shock generators the perfect solution for the next level testing and calibration of MEMS, as well as for extreme material tests.
hpower ring actuators empowers the next level of fast compression x-ray diffraction experiments
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory uses hpower piezo configuration for fast and precise pressure generation. The possibility of applying finely tuned pressure profiles opens opportunities for future research, such as using oscillations of the piezo actuator to mimic propagation of seismic waves in the Earth.
More options for hpower actuators:
Measure up to 750g with the new acceleration sensor
For applications such as vibration excitation or motion control, acceleration is a crucial measurement and control variable. With the new hpower acceleration sensor it is now possible to measure the acceleration caused by the actuator.
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Integrated force sensor for hpower actuators
hpower is offering the world’s first integrated force sensor for high power actuators. As an additional option for hpower actuator, the sensor element is fully integrated into actuator’s casing, making it possible to directly and precisely measure both static and dynamic forces up to 10kN...