We know the core use of Vernier Calipers is for measuring the distance between two opposite sides of a surface. We can measure the internal and external dimensions and even the height of an object with accuracy. It can measure up to one-hundredth of a millimeter.
A micrometer, sometimes known as a micrometer screw gauge, is a device incorporating a calibrated screw widely used for accurate measurement of components in mechanical engineering and machining as well as most mechanical trades, along with other metrological instruments such as dial, vernier, and digital calipers.
The caliper is a tool for measuring the length.The outer caliper is used to measure the outer diameter of the cylinder or the length of the object.The inner caliper is used to measure the inner diameter or groove width of the cylindrical hole.Made of high quality stainless steel, solid ,anti-rust and durable.
A feeler gauge is made up of a series of steel plates or blades which have a progression of very precisely calibrated thicknesses often joined at one end with a pin or rivet and which fold back like a fan into a handle. Each blade is marked with its thickness.
This standard feeler gauge enables the user to measure the space or gap between two parts or surfaces. It has a user friendly construction, that aids in delicate operation. The blades can slide into sleek spaces with ease
Features & Benefits. Polished-lacquer, solid-brass construction is durable and rust resistant. Replaceable, hardened steel tip is long-lasting. Screw top simplifies attaching string to centre of plumb. Thru hole ensures easy tightening
Ideal for smoothing drywall or pysum board, wood, plastic and metal surfaces. Polypropylene handle and metallic-grey die-cast alloy body for strength and durability. Takes all types of blades that are 250 mm long. Used as a plane for trimming or levelling
A unit consisting of a filter regulator and lubricator is used when the compressed air not only needs to be cleaned but also oiled. The filter regulator removes the condensate and coarse dirt from the compressor. The lubricator supplies a precisely dosed amount of pneumatic lubricating oil.