Q1: What is oil gauging tape?
A1: An oil gauging tape is a measuring tool that is used to determine the depth of oil in storage tanks, drums, or other containers. It is typically made of a long, flexible steel ribbon or tape, marked with precise measurements at regular intervals.
Q2: What are the components of oil gauging tape?
A2: The oil gauging tape consists of handle, tape frame, crank, measuring tape, brass drawing weight, oil wiper, bracket and connector.
Q3: Can a oil gauging tape be wrong?
A3: Over time, the numbers on a tape will fade, and the tape itself can bend, rust, get tangled, or even break. Other abuse, such as being dropped on the shop floor or being snapped into the housing at full speed one time too many can cause measurement inaccuracies.
Tips: What are the components of oil gauging tape?
When it comes to the construction of oil gauging tape, it's pretty simple. The gauging tape is composed of a handle, a ruler frame, a crank handle, a ruler, a lead, a lock, a bracket, and a connector. The dipstick scales towards the handle. The locking device uses the locking switch, pin, and spring to position the lock column of the measuring stick. The oil scraper is suspended on the fixed pulley of the ruler frame. The oil scraper passes through the felt of the oil scraper to clean the oil attached when measuring.