Bloomfield, CT – Pratt & Whitney will be demonstrating the Labmaster Universal at the August 27-29 2018 NCSL International Workshop & Symposium, located at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon (booth #529).
Just as NCSLI aims to provide the metrology community with opportunities at their many technical exchanges to further technological advancements and innovation in the field, our many technical papers can be found right here on our website. Our specialists have written at length about a variety of our instruments and calibration technologies, such as our laser micrometers, gages, and measuring devices. Additionally, Pratt & Whitney designs all of their instruments with the highest accuracy through many different components, as seen in the Labmaster Universal - Model 175. The ULM removes operator-influenced errors due to the gaging probes and the precision air bearing slide, and can be used to measure to the uncertainty of 2 millionths of an inch. A multitude of items can be measured as virtually all ID and OD gage calibration applications in its range are suitable. Items capable of being measured are including, but not limited to; micrometers, gage blocks, calipers, indicators, and LVDTs. For any questions regarding Pratt & Whitney instruments or our company, product specialists will be on hand from August 27-29th (booth #529).
Pratt and Whitney Measurement Systems, is committed to excellence in the design, manufacture, and service of dimensional metrology systems. Incorporating the latest computer technology into a wide range of measurement instruments allows for ease of use and total confidence in measurement results.
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