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Baxlo offers the widest range of instruments for thickness measuring.

Instruments for Thickness measurement

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Textile micrometer
Nonwovens micrometer
Thickness Gauge Model 3000
Thickness Gauge Model 2004
Digital Haugh Tester
Código:
HaughDig

Baxlo micrometer is graduated in tenths 0 of a millimeter which allows very accurate results in the Haugh test. It has been carefully designed to enable you to make measurements quickly and easily.

Código:
3050NT

Determination of the textiles thickness according to the standard UNE EN ISO 9073 section 5.1
Sensitivity: 0,01 mm
Measuring capacity: 12,5 mm.
Maximum measurement deviation: According to DIN 878, ISO R 463
Measuring pressure: 0,5KPa +/- 0,05 KPa
Measuring surface: 2500 mm2

Código:
3050T

Determination of the textiles thickness according to the standard UNE EN ISO 5084
Sensitivity: 0,01 mm
Measuring capacity 12,5 mm.
Maximum measurement deviation: According to DIN 878, ISO R 463
Measuring pressure: 1KPa +/- 0,1 KPa
Measuring surface: 2000 mm2

Código:
2004

Reading: 0.05 mm.
Measuring range: 0-25 mm.
Depth of jaw: 250 mm.
Operation: by lifting lever
Feelers: 12 mm.
Application: Thickness measuring

Código:
3000

Graduation: 0.01 mm.
Measuring Range: 0-10 mm.
Depth of jaw: 35 mm.
Operation: by lifting lever
Feelers: 8 mm.
Application: Thickness measurement

Baxlo Top Precision Digital Series thickness gauges combines the easy handling of our dial thickness gauges with the multiple functions and high accuracy provided by digital technology. Our Baxlo Top Precision Digital Series thickness gauges has been designed to measure with the highest precision a wide range of materials such as paper, paperboard, sheet, metal, leather, felt, rubber, glass, plastic films, plywood and also for measuring fast and accurately a wide variety of small parts in your workshop or quality assurance laboratory. Our electronic thickness gauges are handy, lightweight and allow quick checkings both in routine production tasks as in quality control laboratories. Funcions: posada a 0, lectura en mm o polzades, canvi de la posició de referència en qualsevol punt, funció "preset", possibilitat de treballar amb dues referències, funció "hold". Digital thickness gauges with 0.001 mm. resolution, rotary display and RS232 compatible data output. Functions: Change units mm/INCH, change zero point for any probe position, enter a reference value other than 0.000 mm. (preset), possibility of measuring with two diferent references, store measurement (display hold), transmission of measurement to a statical processing system. Supplied in wooden case (except model 4050.DIG). On request there is also available a wide variety of special feelers, tailored to customer needs. */
At BAXLO you will find professionals with extensive experience in the construction of measuring instruments for the textile industry.   Thanks to these measuring instruments for the textile industry, you can measure the thickness of different textiles, whether textiles or nonwovens. Both instruments allow the thickness measurement with ease in the reading given that the results are shown in digital format.   The BAXLO micrometers are lightweight, manageable and allow quick reading in both routine production checks and quality control laboratories.
The Haugh Tester will allow you to quickly and acccurately determine the quality of the coating of egg albumin. This micrometer allows you to test Haugh test, which is the most internationally used for determining the freshness of the egg. The results are expressed in Haugh units and are obtained by measuring the height of the albumen and relating it to egg weight in grams.
The Haugh Tester will allow you to quickly and acccurately determine the quality of the coating of egg albumin. This micrometer allows you to test Haugh test, which is the most internationally used for determining the freshness of the egg. The results are expressed in Haugh units and are obtained by measuring the height of the albumen and relating it to egg weight in grams.