Confidence you can measure.
The development of advanced medical devices has driven the need for ever more precise manufacturing processes. Increasingly tight tolerances for critical dimensions, such as material thickness must be maintained, requiring a reliable method of non-destructive testing.
Bristol Instruments offers a family of thickness gauges to meet these advanced manufacturing requirements with reliable accuracy with exceptional repeatability. Simultaneously measure total thickness and up to 31 individual layers of transparent/semi-transparent materials.
Bristol's Optical Thickness Gauges Feature:
- High accuracy measurement performance: ± 0.1 µm with a
repeatability of ± 0.02 µm.
- Real-time results ideal for in-line testing.
- Included Opti-Cal ™ software offers a QC Mode which
provides easy to understand PASS/FAIL measurements
based on your design criteria.
- Simultaneous, real-time measurement of wall thickness,
ID and OD.
Bristol's technology utilizes optical interferometry to accurately measure the thickness of transparent and semi-transparent materials. Our unique interferometer design incorporates an internal “optical ruler” that precisely measures the difference in length traveled by light to determine total thickness and thickness of individual layers.
Bristol's family of thickness gauges provide precise thickness measurement of transparent and semi-transparent materials as thin as 12 μm and as thick as 80 mm.
Accuracy is as high as ± 0.1 μm and a repeatability up to ± 0.02 μm. This performance is guaranteed by continuous calibration with a built-in standard of length to ensure confidence in your test results.
Are you involved with medical device development or production and want to know if this method could help optimize your QA production testing?
View this short video to see how our thickness gauges can be used for a variety of medical applications.
Ready to learn more?
Contact us to schedule a demonstration. Send us your sample part in advance and we can provide a live demonstration of our measurement capabilities.