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Taper ring gaugesTaper gauges
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Measuring equipment

Taper ring gauges and taper gauges

These gauges are used to inspect tapered bearing seats in production facilities. This is necessary to ensure a good match between the fit surfaces of the bearing and bearing seat.
With the exception of taper ring gauges, gauges are available for different taper angles.

 

Taper ring gauges

Taper ring gauges KLR are the simplest option for inspecting the bearing seat on small bearings. Inking is used to determine the matching of the ring gauge and bearing seat. The bearing seat is machined until the ring gauge is supported over its whole width. The inner rings of bearings are not suitable, since they can be damaged during inking.

Taper ring gauges are available in designs for taper diameters of 30 mm to 240 mm.

 
 

Taper gauge for tapers1:12 and 1:30

The taper gauge MGK133 is used for the measurement of external tapers 1:12 and 1:30 with a taper diameter of 27 mm to 205 mm.

The reproducibility of the measurement results is less than 1 μm.

The gauge rests on the workpiece with four hardened and polished pins. The position of the gauge on the taper is defined by these pins and a stop. The stop can be attached to either the front or back of the gauge.

The gauge has two movable measuring brackets. One of these is in contact with the small taper diameter, the other with the large taper diameter. There is a fixed spacing between the measuring brackets. The deviation of the taper diameter from the nominal value is displayed in both measurement planes by a precision indicator.

The gauge is set using a reference taper (available by agreement).

 
 

Taper gauge for taper angle 0° to 6°

The taper gauge MGK132 is used for the measurement of external tapers with a taper angle of 0° to 6° and a taper diameter of 90 mm to 360 mm.

The reproducibility of the measurement results is less than 1 μm.

The gauge rests on the workpiece with four hardened, ground and lapped ledges. The ledges form an angle of 90°. The position of the gauge on the taper is defined by a stop on the front or back of the gauge.

The measurement slide runs between the support ledges. A dial gauge in the housing acts against the measurement slide and displays the deviation of the taper diameter from the nominal value. The deviation of the taper from the nominal value is displayed by a precision indicator on the measurement slide.

The gauge is set using a reference taper (available by agreement).