300 mm vernier caliper for sale online. It is a measuring tool for measuring length, inner and outer diameters, and depth accurately. With a square depth rod, and carbon steel materials, 0.02 mm reading, a fixed jaw and sliding jaw, easy to use and carry. A fastening screw can lock any position of the vernier caliper. Mechanical vernier caliper is widely used in science labs, medical purposes, steel industries, aerospace industries, etc.
- <Square Depth Rod> The vernier scale and the ruler frame are fixed and detachable with screws and have a long service life. The depth caliper is hidden in the inner groove. 300 mm vernier caliper is available with a square-depth rod.
- <Locked Anywhere> sisco mechanical vernier caliper comes with a semi-circular non-slip push handle and metal fastening screws. Any position of the vernier caliper can be locked, and the reading is retained for easy operation.
- <Made of Carbon Steel> The mechanical vernier caliper is made of carbon steel, and the main caliper and ruler frame are heat treated as a whole.
- <Durable Measuring Surface> Matte chrome with laser-scored lines. Matte chrome plating on the engraved surface of the main ruler and ruler frame, laser engraved lines, exquisite and durable. The scale of the vernier caliper is clear and the measurement is accurate.
Vernier caliper is a measuring tool commonly used by fitters and equipment maintenance personnel. It can directly measure the outer diameter, inner diameter, thickness, width, depth and hole distance of parts. sisco mechanical vernier calipers are available with 0~100 mm, 0~200 mm, 0~300 mm...0~600 mm measuring ranges, which are widely used in science labs, medical purposes, steel industries, aerospace industries and education sector.
Q1: What is a vernier caliper?
A1: Vernier caliper is a measuring tool for measuring length, inner and outer diameters, and depth. The vernier caliper is composed of two parts, the main ruler and the sliding vernier attached to the main ruler. The depth rod is connected to the vernier to measure the depth of the groove and cylinder.
Q2: What are vernier calipers used for?
A2: As a commonly used measuring tool, sisco vernier calipers can be specifically applied in the following four aspects:
- Measure the width
- Measuring the outer diameter
- Measuring the inner diameter
- Measure the depth
Q3: How does a vernier caliper work?
A3: Mechanical vernier caliper is a commonly used instrument for measuring length in the industry. It consists of a ruler body and a vernier that can slide on the caliper body. Viewed from the back, the cursor is a whole. There is a spring piece between the vernier and the caliper body, and the spring force of the spring piece is used to make the vernier and the caliper body close. There is a fastening screw on the upper part of the vernier, which can fix the vernier at any position on the body of the caliper.
Tips: Vernier Calipers vs. Digital Calipers
- Since the vernier caliper needs to be aligned with the scale, it can read accurately and calculate the final reading, so different measurers may have different readings, and there may also be calculation errors.
- Due to the use of inductive sensing strips, the digital caliper turns the mechanical reading into an electronic signal and displays it directly. The reading method is simple. But the price is expensive and the failure rate is high.
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