There are many types of glass thickness measuring tools on the market, but most of them have higher requirements for operation. The digital glass thickness measuring gauge adopts the principle of laser reflection. During the test, just need to keep the position of the instrument constant, and the glass thickness can be accurately measured.
The digital glass thickness measuring gauge is a relatively advanced glass thickness measuring tool, which eliminates the high requirements of the traditional glass testing tools. The requirement for measuring the glass thickness is very low.
When using the digital glass thickness measuring gauge, we just need to ensure that the laser notch on the back of the gauge can be covered completely and keep the position of the gauge and glass constant. And the thickness of the glass can be measured very accurately.
Below we will test a sample glass. It can be seen from the figure that this is a piece of laminated glass with a total of two layers of glass and a thin layer of glue in the middle. How to measure glass thickness? We will use a digital glass thickness measuring gauge to measure it.
1. Long press the SELECT button to select the measurement mode, now we choose the manual measurement mode
2. Preset the glass type. We can set the first and the second layer to GLASS.
3. Attach the back of gauge closely to the laminated glass surface, short press “Measure” button to enter into the measuring state.
Glass Thickness Measuring Gauge Measure Laminated Glass
4. As can be seen from the lower right corner of the figure, the gauge recognizes that there is a layer of glue between the two layers of glass (G1+G2), and the total thickness of the glass is 10.62 mm.
It is not difficult to see that the data reading of the digital glass thickness measuring gauge is very simple and does not require manual reading at all. In addition, this gauge can test up to 5 layers of glass or 3 layers of glass with two layers of air space.
For more product information, please refer to "LS201 Digital Glass Thickness Measuring Gauge".