E-29EMitutoyo operates a policy of continuous improvement that aims to provide the customer with the benet of the latest technological advances.Therefore the company reserves the right to change any or all aspects of any product specication without notice.Maintenance Kit for Gauge Blocks SERIES 516516-650 6. Cleaning paper (600006)(lens paper, 82 x 304mm, 500 pcs)Used for wiping off rust preventive oil and contamination. Lint free.7. Articial leather mat (B4 size) (600007)Used as a gauge block mat in order to avoid scratches on the work table8. Reagent bottle (600008)(polyethylene container, 100ml)Bottle of wiping solution. (Mitutoyo employs n-Heptane for solvent.)9. Gloves (600009)Used for handling large gauge blocks. Effective for the prevention of corrosion and thermal expansion.* 516-650E: Excluding anti-corrosive oil (600001) 516-650: including anti-corrosive oil (600001) is for domestic sales only. In the case of an order from overseas, place an order for 516-650E : excluding anti-corrosive oil, and order anti-corrosive oil (600001) separateiy.*Order No. 516-650E; 516-650 Tools and accessories included:1. Anti-corrosion oil (600001) (100ml, spray can) Used for both steel and tungsten-carbide gauge blocks. 2. Ceraston (601645)(both sides nished by lapping)3. Optical at (158-117) (ø45, 12mm thickness, JIS Grade 3)Used to check the wringing of thin gauge blocks and for the presence of burrs.4. Tweezers (600004) Used for handling thin gauge blocks.5. Blower brush (600005)Used for blowing dust from measuring surfaces.• Maintenance kit for gauge blocks includes all the necessary maintenance tools for removing burrs and contamination, and applying anti-corrosion treatment after use, etc.Gauge BlocksLength Standards Brought to You by MitutoyoRecommendation for regular calibrationGauge blocks are often used to dene a company’s standard of length for manufacturing and as such must be reliable. This means that they need regular calibration to verify accuracy. (The problem of damage or corrosion should be addressed during use and blocks seriously affected must be discarded immediately.) The frequency of calibration depends on the tolerance requirements of the work, the amount of use and conditions under which the gage blocks are used. The most economical cycle for any particular set of gauge blocks is best determined by studying the calibration history. The list below indicates timings for a typical initial calibration cycle for the various grades of block.As an accredited calibration laboratory, Mitutoyo offers a traceable calibration service for customers’ gauge blocks. Our regular calibration service features:• Gauge blocks manufactured by any maker can be calibrated.• Cleansing and removal of burrs.• Central dimension and dimensional deviations of each block are measured.• Calibration results are provided for immediate use and for building a calibration history of each block.ApplicationCycleGrade (reference)Reference1 - 2KStandard2K or 0Inspection20 or 1Shop oor0.5 - 11 or 2


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