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Products  > Testing Machines Inc. Digital Micrometer for Corrugated and other Thick Materials 49-87

Testing Machines Inc. Digital Micrometer for Corrugated and other Thick Materials 49-87

When you need to measure the caliper of thick materials including corrugated, paper board, tissue paper, battery separators and nonwovens, the 49-87 Digital Micrometer is ideal with its measurement range of: 0-0.50in (0-12.7mm). 


Brought to you by Testing Machines Inc., our world-leading physical properties testing brand, this electronic micrometer measures and stores multiple thickness readings, providing a cross machine profile.  

What is a digital micrometer?

When you want to measure the thickness of a range of materials you’ll need a digital micrometer. Some digital micrometers are controlled remotely through a computer terminal, others are used in conjunction with other testing equipment. Micrometers can be used for continuous or single testing and statistical analysis. 

Multi-industry digital micrometer capability

Our range of electronic micrometers use the deadweight micrometer principle for accuracy and repeatability. 

The Digital Micrometer 49-87 can be configured to meet a variety of international specifications. We make digital micrometers for all types of material testing from corrugated, paper board, and tissue paper through to plastic film, nonwovens and textiles.   

A robust and reliable digital micrometer

The 49-87 digital micrometer caliper has a heavy, solid frame. This protects the unit and houses the reflective linear encoder and associated circuitry. 

Our electronic micrometers are built to last, so we constructed the lower anvil and movable pressure foot from lapped, solid stainless steel.  

A digital micrometer to remember!

You can store up to 100 readings in our digital micrometer. These accurate readings can be easily analyzed including high, low, average and standard deviation for each series of tests.  

Digital micrometer results, displayed clearly

Our electronic micrometers combine a precision digital linear encoder measuring system with an ultra-clear, easy-to-read. You can see a real time specimen thickness reading on the digital readout.   

Easy export digital micrometer testing

You can save your data permanently through our optional GraphMaster PC-based software or print it out for hard copy storage.  

Quality digital micrometer testing – as standard!

You can rely on the Digital Micrometer 49-87 to give you highly accurate results to the most stringent of international standards, including ISO 3034. 

Our wider electronic micrometer portfolio  

Across the IP portfolio we make a wide range of digital micrometers and accessories. Also from TMI, there’s the Digital Micrometer 49-86 which is made for the thinnest of samples. Or the Digital Micrometer 49-85, which is designed for paper. Another option we offer is the Digital Micrometer 49-56, which is designed for thickness measurements.

Digital micrometer discussion 

We’ve been designing and building exceptional electronic micrometers for many years now and we like to share our knowledge.  

For example, we’ve published this piece on how to use a digital micrometer and this one which tells you all of the basic information you need to know about digital micrometer devices. After checking out these blogs, why not read up on our guidance on how you can optimize the precision of your micrometer testing?  

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Success Stories

The problem

Some paint manufacturers have to undertake so many different types of tests that it’s hard to stay on top of the demands of their industry and the changing technologies that can best support them.

The solution

This was the case for our valued customer. They needed the equipment, skills, experience, and collaboration of a genuine partner. One offering personalized support and guidance identifying the correct inspection solution for each situation. We are always delighted to help.

The outcome

Daniel Marschall, President of Marschall Labs, said:


“The professionals at Industrial Physics took the time to understand the specific testing equipment needs of our lab. I can’t say enough about the excellent customer service and support they provide.”

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