Grind Gage

Grind gages are used in controlling the production, storage and application of dispersion products produced by milling in the paint, plastic, pigment, printing ink, paper, ceramic, pharmaceutical, food, and many other industries.
Many types of solid materials must be ground or milled into finer particles for dispersion in appropriate liquid vehicles. The physical properties of the resulting dispersions, often called grinds, depend not only on the actual size of the individual particles, but also on the degree to which they are dispersed. 
The Grind Gage is a flat steel block with two flat-bottomed grooves on the surface which vary uniformly in depth from a maximum to zero. The groove depth is graduated on the block according to one or more scales used for measuring particle size. It is used to indicate the fineness of grind or the presence of coarse particles or agglomerates in a dispersion. It does not determine particle size or particle size distribution. 

Product information sheet 

Please contact Simon Moss for further information or to request a quote on +44 (0)1959 560818 or by Email.



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