The gauge uses to check the thickness of an object. Dial thickness gauge uses a Dial Indicator for comparison.
It consists of a sturdy, rigid frame made of hard aluminum with a lifting lever for the movable upper measuring spindle.
Dial Thickness Gauges are used for measuring the thickness of a very wide range of materials such as leather, paperboard, paper,rubber, glass, sheet, metal, films, plywood and plastics.
Dial Thickness gauge has an accuracy of 0.01 mm. It has a flat measuring faces used for measuring soft material such as plastic films, felt, rubber, paper, etc.
The gauge graduation is represented in millimeter and micron.
Another type of faces is spherical measuring faces for measurement of a hard material such as sheet metal, hardboard, wooden panels and panes of glass.
Thickness Gages offer a quick and efficient means of inspection with their convenient grip handle, thumb trigger and springloaded spindle
Contact points are made of hard metal. Tolerance marks in the dial make for easy reading and accurate measuring results.
They are very handy!
These Dial Caliper Gages are comparison gages, and should be used in conjunction with a Setting Ring or a micrometer. The caliper is spring loaded and makes point contact at constant measuring force
Dial Gage Stands are designed for comparison measurements of size using a dial indicator or Digimatic Indicator.
Indicators may be used to check the variation in tolerance during the inspection process of a machined part, measure the deflection of a beam or ring under laboratory conditions, as well as many other situations where a small measurement needs to be registered or indicated
Dial gauge with well-balanced frames and handgrips coupled with lightweight make these gauges easy to use for measurement.
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This flat anvil thickness gage has a standard dial reading with a ceramic spindle/anvil. Ideally suited for measuring the thickness of paper, film, wire, sheet metal and similar materials.