Micrometer Check Set
Our micrometer check set was developed to meet the needs of customers wanting to take control of their instrument calibration. The check set provides you with an easy and convenient method of checking your 0-25 mm or 0-1″ micrometers in house.
Metric or Imperial
Why this product is used
Many quality systems require your measuring tools to be calibrated with traceability to Australian and International standards. Our micrometer check set provides this and will enable you to keep your calibration of micrometers in house. The check set can be used for many other applications that need a traceable reference.
The set consists of eight cylinders 3.1, 6.5, 9.7, 12.5, 15.8, 19.0, 21.9, 25.0mm diameter manufactured to ±0.001mm tolerance on diameter. The sizes, taken from AS 2102-1978, are carefully selected to check a range of sizes at different positions around the micrometer barrel. The diameters in the set enable tests for both systematic and progressive errors. For example, if the micrometer anvils were not square to the axis of the spindle correct readings could be indicated at zero, 6.5, 12.5, 19.0 and 25.0mm with significant errors indicated at 3.1, 9.7, 15.8 and 21.9mm.
Customisation is offered on most gauges. We can add a new feature to a standard gauge, manufacture a revised design based on a standard gauge, or design a new gauge to suit your application.
We offer express or economy delivery and can send products to local, interstate and overseas locations. We’re also happy to use your own delivery supplier.
We are an Australian business located in Airport West Victoria. Quality is a priority and we have ISO 9001 and ISO 17025 management systems in place.
What type a calibration certificate is supplied?
Our micrometer check sets are supplied with a NATA calibration report, the calibration is done just prior to shipping.
Can I get an imperial set?
Yes, we can supply an imperial version of the set.
How often do I need to calibrate my gauge?
There is no fixed time. Calibration frequency is based on how often the gauge is used and the conditions that the gauge is exposed to. Frequent use and abrasive materials will require more frequent calibration, low use in a clean environment will allow less frequent calibration. Usually the user determines the calibration frequency.