Two capabilities that every industrial gauge should haveFebruary 13, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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When it comes to industrial gauges, accuracy and reliability are key, and Rotem Industrial Products knows this. The Etobicoke, Ont.-based company supplies gauges for a variety of precision machining applications, from the most reputable manufacturers of industrial gauges, including Universal Punch, Dorsey Metrology International and Edmunds Gauges.
“And their products always provide accurate and reliable measurements,” the company says of its partners.
Rotem can supply many styles of gauges, including:
- Concentricity gauges that offer modular design and less than two microns accuracy;
- Thread gauges for both internal and external readings that measure actual sizes in real time;
- Recess gauges that can quickly measure misalignment or runout for fastener drives;
- Dial indicators that feature adjustable gauging force, shock proofing, crush proofing and high amplification movement. They use lever principle of motion as opposed to rack and pinion, which improves accuracy;
- Optical comparators with digital readouts, quick change lens mounts, and fully motorized or manual stages;
- Snap gauges that offer accuracy, carbide inserts and strong resistance to pressure. They provide instantaneous readings, economical maintenance and large contact areas;
- Accu-touch digital readouts that are capable of displaying practically any production-based dimensional measurement. They provide efficiency, consistency and reliable results;
- Column-type air gauges that use LED displays with the capability to offload data to a PC; and
- Ring and plug gauges that are usually used in go/no-go applications.
“We have the largest selection of industrial gauges in Canada, and we can ship your order same-day,” the company says.
If Rotem doesn’t have exactly what the customer is looking for, it can offer custom gauging solutions, including design services, whether it’s a slight modification or a gauge that is engineered to fit the customer’s specific application.