How to Measure Glass Thickness？
How to Measure Glass Thickness, the LS201 glass thickness gauge can be used. This is a thickness gauge suitable for measuring the installed glass. It is suitable for testing glass thickness such as three-layer insulating glass and laminated glass.
In the modern building decoration, the application of glass is becoming popular. The glass is widely used in exterior walls of the building, the partitions in the office building, the decoration in the home, the decoration of the hotel, etc. The thickness of the glass often determines whether the glass is installed in accordance with the standard. Therefore, there are special standards for glass thickness in different industries.
So how do we measure glass thickness?
The first reaction for most people is to use a vernier caliper. Vernier calipers are a great tool for measuring glass thickness, but their functions are limited. Vernier calipers can only be used to test on single-layer glass and cannot be used to test installed glass. If you need to test the glass or curtain wall glass on the door and window, the vernier caliper will not work.
How should we measure the thickness of the glass in the face of these already installed glasses?
Now we can use a special glass thickness gauge for measurements. This instrument uses the principle of laser reflection, as long as the instrument is placed on one side of the glass, the thickness of the glass can be measured. And the glass thickness gauge can be used to measure the thickness of the glass and the thickness of the air layer at the same time, and is suitable for various laminated glass or even three-layer glass with two-layer air.
This glass thickness gauge LS201 supports Chinese and English interface switching, and can switch between automatic measurement and manual measurement mode. In the manual measurement mode, we can pre-set the position and thickness of the glass and air layers so that the instrument can be more accurately.
For more product information, please refer to "LS201 Insulating Glass Thickness Gauge".