Kleffmann & Weese 150mm Vernier Caliper 0.05 mm, Metric

Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): BG
Product Details

Slide calliper With Set Screw

Measurement range: 150 mm
Readings: 0.05 mm + 1 / 128 in.
Jaw length: 40 mm
Hardened stainless steel
Matt-chrome vernier and scale
With set screw

Kleffmann & Weese Precision Caliper

The Kleffmann & Weese 0 to 150mm range precision calliper is a highly accurate measuring instrument. It is made from fully hardened stainless steel construction and has an anti-glare, satin chrome finish. All measuring surfaces are ground and lapped for high accuracy that makes it ideal for a wide range of measuring applications. It offers four basic measuring methods: inside, outside, depth and step.

Features and Benefits

• Reading: 0.05mm + 1/128in
• Jaw length is 40mm
• Hardened stainless steel material
• Matt-chrome vernier and scale
• With set screw

Applications

• Mechanical engineering
• Aerospace industries
• Steel and other metalwork industry

Vernier Calipers

Specifications
Attribute Value
Caliper Type Vernier
Capacity 150mm
Imperial or Metric Metric
Display Type Analogue
Resolution 0.05 mm
Discontinued product
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