Hegman Gauge or Grinding Gauge is used to determine the fineness or the size of the particles present in a sample. It has a very significant role in controlling the quality during production. It is very useful in the paints and coating industry, cosmetic, ceramic, food, pharmaceuticals industry.
Hegman gauge consists of a flat steel block with a scrapper. On the surface of the Hegman Gauge are two flat bottomed grooves varying uniformly in depth from maximum at one end of the block to all the way zero in the other end of the block. The grooves depth is graduated in microns and Hegman scale. It is manufactured by hardened stainless steel having corrosion resistance properties.
Standard: ASTM D 1210, BS 3900, IS 101 ( Part 3 / Sec.5), ISO 1524
Hegman gauge, scrapper,
manual and calibration
Ref No. 130/10 Range (0-10 µm)
Ref No. 130/25 Range (0-25 µm)
Ref No. 130/50 Range (0-50 µm)
Ref No. 130/100 Range (0-100 µm)
HSN Code: 90261090