- Red indicator needle remains at maximum reading until reset.
- Measures pinch force to 45 lbs.
- Includes instructions, handy carrying case and one-year warranty.
Model Number: H&PC-10192
Jamar (5030J1) Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer
Measures isometric grip force and strength increases in rehabilitation and physical therapy programs. Ideal for routine screening of grip strength and initial and ongoing evaluation of hand trauma ...
EK3 Series Ergonomic Gauge Kit
Includes: M3 Force Gauge, Double & Single Handles, Padded Curved Attachment, Flat Attachment, Clevis Grips, Charger, Carrying Case, NIST Cert
These kits make job task analysis and ergonomics analysis simple and accurate, ideal for workplace design, strength assessment, and ergonomic studies. These kits present the ergonomist and other pr...
PRAXIS 3-500 Ergonomic Force Gauge
Includes: M5 Force Gauge, Double Handles, In-line Cradle with Eye Hook, Hook with Latch, Curved Padded Attachment, Charger, Carrying Case, NIST Cert
This handheld dynamometer is used by physicians and clinicians to reliably measure muscle strength. This measurement can then be used to evaluate the progress of the rehabilitation program by repea...
Jamar (749805) Hydraulic Pinch Gauge
Red indicator needle remains at maximum reading until reset. Measures pinch force to 45 lbs. Includes instructions, handy carrying case and one-year warranty. Model Number: H&PC-10192 Conditi...
PG-60 Mechanical Pinch Gauge
Measures 0-60 lbs. in 2.0 lb. increments and kilogram scale. Red indicator needle remains at maximum reading until reset. Includes fitted foam storage box and Two-year warranty. Calibration certif...
Ergonomic Gauge Kits
Test push/pull strength and functional task requirements
Force gauges are ideal for strength assessment, ergonomic studies, and workplace design. Available in capacities of 100 lbF (500 N), 200 lbF (1,000 N), and 500 lbF (2,500 N).
Hand Dynamometers and Pinch Gauges
For over 40 years the JAMAR Hand Dynamometer has been the industry standard for grip strength data collection. Many states use the JAMAR Hand Dynamometer as a standard testing instrument for compensation determinations.