On March 23rd, the Governor of the State of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer, announced a “Stay-at-Home” order. This order is currently scheduled to last until April 13, 2020. While this is certainly a challenging time for all, I can assure you BTI is doing our part to be productive in these unprecedented times. Toward that end, we are pleased to support our country and world under the Governments Critical Supplier Designation for specific projects. Additionally, while we understand that some interruptions are unavoidable, we wanted to provide an update on the steps we are taking in an effort to promote health and wellness while minimizing disruptions to our valued customers like you.
Other than limited staff on the manufacturing floor and service we are fully staffed, albeit remotely, in Mechanical, Electrical, Software and Controls Engineering. Additionally, we are partially staffed onsite in other key areas of our business including Operations, Finance, Shipping & Receiving and Purchasing. Lastly our Sales Engineers are available via email, text and phone to answers questions and provide support.
BTI’s Measurement & Testing Services division remains open providing balancing and testing services for designated “Critical Manufacturing Sector Suppliers”.
Our dedication to our customers, employees and country remains steadfast. We have seen this crisis bring out the absolute best in people and are encouraged, by working together, we will come out at the other end of this stronger, more nimble and certainly more adaptable!
Thank you for your time. We wish you and yours the very best!
Quality precision gages are used as references when setting up measuring equipment used in the machine making shops. Gages include sine bars, micrometers, dial indicators, and callipers. A gage pin is a major component of the gaging device that is used for measuring (measurement indicator), and it works similar to the gage block. A gage is simply used to determine whether a dimension is accurate or notneedle on a gage normally moves through a calibrated scale to display the device’s measurements.
A dimensional gage is applicable in the fields of Science, Engineering and Housing. In the science field, the gages are used as laboratory measuring devices. In the engineering field, gages are mostly used for the manufacturing of engineering devices. In the housing field, gages are mostly used for measuring the thickness of building materials. Gages are also applicable in the following fields;
BTI provide solutions for several issues relating to gages, these include the regular Dimensional Gage related services such as
Among several others!
There are numerous kinds of gages in the market today, the commonest ones are
Often, some types of gages are used for similar purposes when the most accurate one is not available. For instance, cylindrical gages may be used as roundness gages in some situations.