Calibration & Thread Gauges

Calibration & Thread Gauges

Product Details:

  • Usage For Laboratory Use
  • Port Size 75 w x 75 H x 8 T MM
  • Product Type Calibration & Thread Gauges
  • Color Silver & Black
  • Material SS & MS
  • Machine Weight 0.1-2 Kilograms (kg)
  • Control Mode Manual
  • Supply Ability : 1 Unit Per Day
860 INR/Unit
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Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit
  • 860 INR/Unit

Product Specifications

  • 75 w x 75 H x 8 T MM
  • For Laboratory Use
  • Silver & Black
  • SS & MS
  • Calibration & Thread Gauges
  • Manual
  • 0.1-2 Kilograms (kg)

Trade Information

  • Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA)
  • 1 Unit Per Day
  • 1-7 Week
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India

Product Description

Ever since our establishment in the year 1981, we have been engaged in manufacturing and supplying quality accredited Calibration & Thread Gauges. These thread gauges are popularly used to inspect the tolerance limit and thread dimension of nuts and bolts by measuring their major diameter, minor diameter and pitch diameter. The offered thread gauges are available in single roll and tri-roll designs, where single roll gauges are used to check inner threads of nut and tri roll thread gauges are used to inspect external threads of bolt. We manufacture these calibration & thread gauges as per the pre-defined industry parameters by using best grade raw materials under strict supervision of our experts.


Features:

  • Provide accurate dimensional reading
  • Easy storage of data
  • Easy and trouble free operations
  • Optimal power utilization

Why us?

  • Stern quality checks are conducted by us, right from manufacturing phase till packaging stage
  • Manufacturing process is carried out as per the predefined industry parameters
  • We ensure on-time delivery of products

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