4/12/2012

Thread Inspection Systems Suited for Multiple Industries

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Johnson Gage’s offers a range of portable or bench, external and internal thread inspection systems.

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Johnson Gage offers a range of portable and bench, external and internal thread-inspection systems. These systems incorporate functional and pitch-diameter size measurements for UN, metric, NPT and various other thread forms subject to virtually all thread-inspection standards, the company says. The systems are suited for both inspection and process-control applications in the manufacture of threaded products for aerospace, defense, energy and medical industries. 

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