Pit Depth Gauges, vary from our very basic Tri-Gauges and Jr.
Tri-Gauge, to our far more accurate Dial
Indicator Pit Depth Gauges. Operators are
able to choose from our three
models of Indicators Metric, Imperial (inches)
and Digital. We also offer three different Contact Points as well as a Contact Point Extension. Changing
a Battery on a Digital Indicator is fast
years, the popularity of our various models has evolved, due
to market acceptance and knowledge of the capabilities of
our Pit Gauges. Many years ago, the Basic
Pit Gauge was popular, simply because of
price, and the shape was similar to Starrett's Machinist Depth
Gauges. The Starrett Gauges were not specifically designed
for Pit Gauging, due to the large size, heavy weight, and
the extremely limited measurement range. Another example of
a misapplied to is the use of a Tire
Tread Gauge for corrosion.
our versatile Pocket
Pit Gauge is, by far, our most popular Pit
Gauge model, due to its ability to be used on flat and simple
or complex curvatures. Pipe, Tube, and Vessels
are examples of Simple Curvatures, while some examples of
Complex Curvatures are Cylinder Necks (and Bases), the Knuckle
area of Vessel Heads, Pump Impellers, and Turbine Blades.
that have gained popularity over the years, and are currently
even in production with the Basic
Pit Gauge, are our Reaching
Pit Gauges. Reaching Pit Gauges have a huge
advantage over conventional 'Center
Mount' Pit Gauges in that measurements can
be taken right next to a weld,
reinforcing pad or risers.