Lobe Height Gages

The lobe height gage, also known as a rotor saddle gage, is the last weapon in the rotor inspection arsenal. This gage sets on top of the spiral lobes of the rotor and measures the variation in lobe height. Sliding the gage along the length of the rotor detects variation in root to crest height of all the lobes. Measurements can be taken at 90° or 180° intervals to provide an accurate dimensional map of the relationship between lobes. This inspection aids in manufacturing the rotor to specification.

SKU Description Indicator Travel Pipe Diameter Range Wear Pad Size Each
RSG-24 Gagemaker - Rotor Saddle Gage with 2" wide by 14" long wear plates and 3 support braces. Indicator mounting center and one end. 1" 1" - 4" 2" x 24"
$2,080.30
RSG-16 Gagemaker - Rotor Saddle Gage with 2" wide by 16" long wear plates and 3 support braces. Indicator mounting center and one end. 1" 1" - 4" 2" x 16"
$1,976.10
RSG-7 Gagemaker - Rotor Saddle Gage with 2" wide by 7" long wear plates and 3 support braces. Indicator mounting center and one end. 1" 1" - 4" 2" x 7"
$1,861.50
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