Senstech is a leading manufacturer and development partner for custom sensors. Our thin-film strain gauges can be used to measure force, pressure, torque and other parameters. We are a medtech supplier with ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certifications and manufacture all our products in Switzerland.
from Fehraltorf, Switzerland
25. July 2019
Senstech's thin-film strain gauge sensors offer a cost-effective and space-saving way to monitor the pressure in infusion pumps. Arcomed has been successfully using such sensors in its Syramed and Volumed product lines for many years.
Senstech specializes in the development and mass production of customized sensors. Customers are supported in the use of the sensors and, if required, the sensors can be adapted to their needs.
Thin film technology enables the development of sensors for a wide range of measurement parameters, based on high-quality spring steels.
We have a range of standard sensors which are easy to mount and can measure forces and torques in different ranges.
Thanks to our flexible production facilities, we can produce both metal substrates and coatings ourselves in a short time, enabling an efficient development process and cost-effective production. Our sensors are delivered fully contacted and tested. Batch sizes from small series up to several thousand pieces per month are possible.
Our specialized laser machines can also be used for customer projects. Laser cutting, laser drilling, laser welding and high-resolution structuring are possible with a wide variety of materials, including metal, glass and ceramics.
Senstech was founded in 1984 and has been supplying well-known medical technology manufacturers for decades. Our sensors are used in syringe pumps, insulin pumps and contractions detectors, among other applications.
HauptsitzAllmendstrasse 98320 Fehraltorf
Business Development Manager
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