With over four decades in the market, Eilon Engineering is proud to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of sales to NASA of our extremely accurate and user friendly load monitoring systems. Including the Ron Crane Scales systems range, for single point load monitoring and Ron CraneMaster, for multi point load monitoring.
At live events, where there are spectators and actors, situated beneath a great weight of hanging audio, video and lighting apparatus, the people below have to be protected from falling equipment by the implementation of strict and rigorous safety and overload prevention precautions.
Anytime a load is lifted, the potential for overload is present. Accurate measurement of the load is critical to preventing dangerous overloads. Constant load monitoring provides an additional layer of protection to existing safety protocols and can protect you from overloads that may occur even when the load is known.
In modern manufacturing facilities, electronic load monitoring systems play a critical role in maintaining the efficiency of day to day operations. Crane scales and dynamometers enable to turn any lifting of hoisting of materials into an opportunity to measure and record weight, eliminating the need for a separate weighing stage. The careful measurement of raw materials is critical for guaranteeing efficiency and output.
Anytime a shipment is sent out or received, there is a need for weight measurement. Ron crane scales and dynamometers allow manufacturers to take the process of loading/unloading and turn it into an opportunity for detailed weight measurement and logging, helping to streamline the shipping/receiving process.
Bollard pull trials are conducted in order to determine the static pull that a tug is able to employ in operating conditions. Unlike ground vehicles, the statement of installed horsepower is not sufficient to understand how strong a tug is - this is because other factors, like transmission losses, propulsion type, propulsion system efficiency, have an influence as well.