• Digital calipers
  • Seam height & seam thickness on the double seam of a seamed can

Digital calipers

28558Digital calipers

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£45.00 ex. VAT

These digital calipers are useful for taking various measurements of the seam of seamed cans for quality control purposes, including seam height/length and thickness.

  • LCD display
  • Measurement methods: external (OD), internal (ID), step & depth [NB these calipers are not suitable for measuring the can's countersink depth because the depth bar is too wide - see the Can Countersink Depth Gauge for this at bottom of page]
  • No rack or pinions - scale is embedded in epoxy
  • Resolution 0.01mm / .0005"
  • Accuracy 0.02mm / .001"
  • Range 0 to 150mm / 0 to 6"
  • Supplied with case
  • 1 x 3V Lithium CR2032 battery supplied
  • Working temperature: 0 to +40° C
  • Manufactured by Swiss Precision Instruments

NB We also supply gauges, micrometers and seam cutters for use when carrying out quality control checks on cans - please see these listed in the Test Equipment category in Catalogue.


Please see Canning Lines for our range of canning equipment.

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