Pinch Meter

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Baseline Hand Evaluation Set

The Baseline Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed for clinical use. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 30-pound pinch gauge, steel finger goniometer, two-point discriminator with a third point, a Wartenburg pinwheel, finger circumference gauge, and a functional finger motion gauge.

Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set

The Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed to evaluate the strength and range of motion of the hands and fingers. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 50-pound pinch gauge, and a stainless steel finger goniometer.

Baseline Hydraulic Pinch Gauge (Models 12-0231 And 12-0233)

The Baseline Hydraulic Pinch Gauge, models 12-0231 and 12-0233, is a pinch meter designed to measure pinch strength. This device is suitable for all pinch tests (tip, key, and palmar) and registers up to 50 pounds. The strength reading can be viewed as pounds or kilograms. Model 12-0231 has a standard gauge and model 12-0233 has a HiRes gauge with a bigger dial and larger numerals. OPTIONS: Carrying case. DIMENSIONS: Gauge diameter is 2.5 inches (12-0231) or 3.5 inches (12-0233). WARRANTY: 1 yea

Baseline Mechanical Pinch Gauge (Models 12-0200, 12-0205, 12-0201, 12-0206, 12-0203, 12-0208, 12-0212, & 12-0207)

The Baseline Mechanical Pinch Gauge is a pinch meter designed to measure the hand strength of individuals with grasping disabilities or hand injury. The meter measures tip, key, and palmer pinch strength in both pounds and kilograms. The maximum reading is 60 pounds (models 12-0200 and 12-0205), 30 pounds (models 12-0201 and 12-0206), 10 pounds (models 12-0203 and 12-0208), or 2 pounds (models 12-0202 and 12-0207). The indicator remains at the maximum reading until reset. The meter comes with or

Baseline Orthopedic And Sports Medicine Pinch Gauge

The Baseline Hydraulic Pinch Gauge is a pinch meter designed to measure pinch strength. Thislightweight anodized aluminum device is suitable for all pinch tests (tip, key, and palmar) and the indicator remains at the individual's maximum reading until reset. Models are available that register up to 30 or 60 pounds. Strength readings are given in pounds and kilograms. A wrist strap and a carrying case are included. COLOR: The 30-pound model is blue and the 60-pound model is red.

Baseline Pinch Gauge (Models 7485 & 7486)

The Baseline Pinch Gauge, model 7485 and 7486 are pinch meters designed to measure the finger strength of individuals with grasping disabilities or hand injury. These precision instrument records isometric lateral, chuck or tip pinch in pounds and kilograms. The red pointer stops at the maximum pinch recorded for the highest degree of accuracy. Model 7485 measures 0 to 60 pounds. Model 7486 measures 0 to 30 pounds. The meters are latex free and come with a carrying case. DMENSIONS: The pinch ja

Device To Measure Pincer Grip

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable a therapist to measure the pincer grip of individuals with quadriplegia in order to devise a way to increase muscle tension. The device consists of a very sensitive force transducer, which can measure the skightest of grips, connected to a digital display. The device was made using a small commercial load cell attached to a six millimeter aluminum strip. When the cell was squeezed against the strip, it provided a reading of force in grams on a connected digi

Pinch Gauge

The Pinch Gauge is a pinch meter that measures finger strength. This aluminum gauge is available in models that measure zero to 10 pounds, zero to 30 pounds, or zero to 60 pounds (each sold separately) and features a gauge that reads in pounds or kilograms simultaneously. The gauge needle remains at maximum force after finger pressure is released for easy reading. A safety wrist strap is included. OPTIONS: A plastic storage case is included.

Parent Category: Strength Assessments
 
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