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Film Thickness Gauge with millesimal reading 0,001mm Baxlo 4000DIG

4000DIG

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Brand: Baxlo

Our Top Precision 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.

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Electronic dial gauges with millesimal reading (0,001mm.). The digital display with its large numerals makes it very simple to use this dial gauge. Function and display section can be rotated through 270º.

Key Features

  • Baxlo film micrometers are specially designed to measure the thickness of plastic film sheets, plastic bags, paper, cardboard, metal sheets, among others.
  • The meter has a resolution of one thousandth of a millimeter and a maximum capacity of 1 mm.
  • It is an indispensable tool for manufacturers of plastic films, protective film, bags and bags made of polyethylene and polypropylene.
  • The reading is done in thousandths of a millimeter or microns (0.001 mm = 1 µm)
  • Includes function of the display screen to rotate 270º.

Aplication:

  • Measurement on plastic film sheets;
  • Plastic bags;
  • Paper measurement;
  • Measurement on cardboard;
  • Measurement on sheet metal.

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Film Thickness Gauge with millesimal reading 0,001mm Baxlo 4000DIG

Film Thickness Gauge with millesimal reading 0,001mm Baxlo 4000DIG

Brand: Baxlo

Our Top Precision 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.

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