Height gauges are used in a wide range of settings throughout many industries. From precision measurement in quality labs to quick part checks on machine shop floors, these devices offer an array of features for many applications.

The basic concept of a height gauge is the use of a calibrated scale to measure the vertical distance between a base surface (usually a granite surface plate) and a platen, pointer, or scriber. They come in both digital and mechanical formats and offer a variety of output resolutions.

J.A. King offers ISO 17025 accredited height gauge calibration utilizing NIST traceable master standard equipment such as gage blocks and laboratory granite surface plates. Our height gauge calibration procedure requires technicians to take measurements at a minimum of five test points across the full range of the device so you can ensure your equipment is within tolerance throughout the full scale.

In addition, our team can provide these readings on a certificate of calibration which your quality team can access 24/7 using GageSuite®, our online calibration certificate tracking system.

For more for more information about calibration, or to get a quote for service, click on the button below to get in touch with a J.A. King team member.



GageSuite Calibration Management

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