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Digital Thickness Gauge Tester


Application Standards

ASTM D1777, ASTM D645, ASTM F2251, ASTM D374, ISO 534, ISO 4593, ISO 3034, DIN 53353, DIN 53105, JIS Z1702, JIS K6250, JIS K6783, JIS K6328, GB/T 451.3, GB/T 6672, GB/T 6547, BS 4817, BS 3983,  TAPPI T411


A Digital Thickness Gauge Tester is a precision instrument designed to measure the thickness of various materials with high accuracy and ease. It utilizes advanced digital technology to provide immediate readings, minimizing human error and enhancing reliability. These devices typically feature a digital display for easy reading, a probe or sensor that contacts the material, and a sturdy frame to ensure consistent measurements. The tester is commonly used in industries where precise thickness measurements are crucial, such as manufacturing, quality control, and materials testing. Its ability to measure a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, glass, and paper, makes it versatile. Additionally, digital thickness gauges often come with features like data storage, connectivity options for data transfer, and user-friendly interfaces, making them essential tools for both field and laboratory applications.


  • Manufacturing Quality Control: Ensures products meet specified thickness requirements.
  • Material Inspection: Used for checking the thickness of raw materials like metals, plastics, and composites.
  • Automotive Industry: Measures the thickness of paint and coatings on car bodies.
  • Aerospace: Assesses the thickness of aircraft components for safety and compliance.
  • Construction: Evaluates the thickness of construction materials like glass and insulation.
  • Printing Industry: Checks the thickness of paper and cardboard to maintain print quality.
  • Plastics and Rubber Production: Measures the thickness of plastic films and rubber sheets to ensure uniformity.
  • Coating Industry: Verifies the thickness of applied coatings to meet industry standards.
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