Application of Digital Glass Thickness Meter

From:Linshang Time:2019/06/04 14:35:00 Browse:207
Today we mainly introduce the use of digital glass thickness gauge in tempered glass.

    Different types of glasses should be applied in different scenarios, such as tempered glass, insulating glass, laminated glass, heat-reflecting glass, high-gloss glass and other functional glass. Today we mainly introduce the use of digital glass thickness gauge in tempered glass.
    Tempered glass is the most important enclosure for modern buildings because of its high light transmission and UV-blocking effect on the exterior windows of the building. It is widely used in places where mechanical strength and safety requirements are relatively high. Such as automotive glass, glass furniture, glass doors and windows, building curtain walls, indoor partitions, furniture, etc.
     With the
Linshang digital glass thickness meter LS201, the thickness of tempered glass can be measured quickly and accurately. In the figure, the four pieces of tempered glass is tested by a digital glass thickness meter and five values are displayed at the same time. After the instrument is turned on, press the “Measure” button and the thickness of each layer of glass is immediately displayed. Is it very convenient?

LS201 digital glass thickness meter

    This digital glass thickness meter LS201 utilizes the principle of optical reflection. It can measure the thickness of glass and air layer on one side of glass. It can test the thickness of three layer glass, two layer glass, single layer glass, laminated glass, etc. With LCD display, the operation is very simple and the measurement accuracy is up to ± 0.1mm. Whether it is the quality control of the glass product or the installation of the curtain wall glass project, it can all meet the customer’s demand. This glass meter is widely used in major glass manufacturers (such as CSG, Fuyao Glass), engineering testing units, provincial architectural science design and research institutes, building materials testing units, etc. 

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