Brown and Sharpe
Meyer Gage Company
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Surface Roughness Brands:
Fowler Surface Roughness
Mahr Surface Roughness
Phase II Surface Roughness
Starrett Surface Roughness
Higher Precision also carries the following brands of surface roughness gages that are not yet available for online purchase. These brands will be added to our online catalog within the next few months. If you would like a quote on a specific surface roughness tester of any of the brands listed below, please contact us today.
Surface roughness gages, also known as roughness gages, enable an operator to find any surface irregularities as well as measure the roughness or texture of a specific workpiece. Surface roughness is an essential specification that must be met in most of today’s manufacturing facilities. Higher Precision offers a wide variety of gages to be able to measure surface roughness depending on what degree of accuracy is needed.
The most common parameters for surface roughness used in the United States today are Ra and Rz. The roughness average, known simply as Ra, states the average roughness of a workpiece. It is displayed by a numerical value in either micro inch or micro meters. Rz is another common parameter used. It also displays a numerical value and is calculated by taking the average distance between the highest peak and the lowest valley of the sample.
Higher Precision offers many surface roughness gages available for purchase, even though they are currently not listed on our site. If you are interested in purchasing a surface roughness gage, contact us today to have a customer representative help you in locating the specific surface roughness gage you need at the best price.
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