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Surface Roughness Tester

Surface Roughness Tester

Product Details:

  • Product Type Surface Roughness Tester
  • Dimension (L*W*H) 143 x 55 x 42 mm (host) Millimeter (mm)
  • Color Black
  • Usage Laboratory
  • Weight 0.4 KG (host) Kilograms (kg)
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Surface Roughness Tester Price And Quantity

  • 1 Piece

Surface Roughness Tester Product Specifications

  • 0.4 KG (host) Kilograms (kg)
  • Surface Roughness Tester
  • Laboratory
  • 143 x 55 x 42 mm (host) Millimeter (mm)
  • Black

Surface Roughness Tester Trade Information

  • 7-10 Days

Product Description

A surface roughness tester, also known as a surface profilometer or surface roughness gauge, is a device used to measure the texture or roughness of a surface. These instruments are commonly used in manufacturing, engineering, and quality control processes to ensure that surfaces meet desired specifications and standards.

Surface roughness testers typically work by running a stylus or probe over the surface of the material being measured. As the probe moves, it records deviations in height or texture, providing data on features such as peaks, valleys, and irregularities on the surface. This data is then analyzed to determine various parameters related to surface roughness, such as Ra (average roughness), Rz (maximum height of the profile), Rt (total height variation), and others, depending on the specific measurement standards being used.

Surface roughness testers come in various forms, including portable handheld devices for on-site measurements and larger benchtop models for laboratory use. Some models may also feature digital displays, data storage capabilities, and software for analyzing and interpreting measurement results.

Common industries and applications where surface roughness testers are used include:


1. Manufacturing: Ensuring surface finish quality of machined parts, molds, and components.

2. Automotive: Quality control of engine components, cylinder bores, and other critical surfaces.

3. Aerospace: Inspection of aircraft parts, turbine blades, and other precision components.

4. Metalworking: Evaluation of surface finish after grinding, polishing, or other machining processes.

5. Medical devices: Checking surface finish of implants, prosthetics, and surgical instruments.
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