08 September 2008

Do you need to characterize tactile pressure contact between mating surfaces?

Below is a message which is almost certainly the coolest piece of spam I've ever received.

Still, it's spam, so I wouldn't click on any of the links in it if I were you.

On Sep 9, 2008, at 12:46 AM, Joseane Delfino wrote:

Dear Engineer

Do you need to characterize tactile pressure contact between mating surfaces? This unique thin plastic-like sensor film is actually placed between any two contacting or impacting surfaces. Immediately upon pressure being applied, the film records the precise pressure distribution and magnitude that occurs bychanging color. Conceptually similar to Litmus paper, the color that pressure indicating film turns is directly proportional to the amount of force applied.

Pressure indicating film is an ideal tool to aid in QC/QA in both your manufacturing processes as well as R&D endeavors.

Example Applications

Click on one button below to select the sensor film sample that you would like us to send you:

Micro* 2 - 20 PSI (0.14 - 1.4 kg/cm2)

Ultra Low 28 - 85 PSI (2 – 6 kg/cm2)

Super Low 70 - 350 PSI (5 – 25 kg/cm2)

Low 350 - 1,400 PSI (25 – 100 kg/cm2)

Medium 1,400 - 7,100 PSI (100 – 500 kg/cm2)

High 7,100 - 18,500 PSI (500 – 1,300 kg/cm2)

Super High 18,500 - 43,200 PSI (1,300 – 3,000 kg/cm2)

*Shows relative pressure distribution only
If you experience any difficulty with the links above, you can click here to register for information/sample requests, just mention the code EXPV82 in your comments.
Sensor Expert, USA
300 Madison Avenue, Madison NJ, 07940
Tel. 973 929 2167


PS. The first 25 responses will receive a complementary optical analysis of their exposed pressure indicating sensor film. Simply send us the sample once you’ve used it and we will email you a detailed report. Promotion code “

EXPV82”. This sample offer is valid until 9/30/2008.

1 comment:

Gilles Poitras said...

I'm envious. All I ever get is spam for counterfeit watches and photos of bimbos I never heard of.