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a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavities

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Panerai Luminor 1950 submersible depth gauge for the pangaea expedition
With the unmistakable case of the Luminor models, milled from a solid block and distinguished by the bridge with the lever device protecting the winding crown, the Depth Gauge is water-resistant to 120 metres.
In September 1998, depth gauges were installed at depths of 0.
Simply set the depth-gauge guide on the chain so it straddles the top of two neighboring cutters, with the depth gauge poking out the opening in the middle of the guide (see top photo on Page 96).
Ward and van Deventer (1993) suggested that density depth gauges are useful instruments for obtaining soil bulk density data in locations where it is difficult to obtain intact soil cores, and that a specific gauge calibration in some cases may not be necessary.
It's easy to lower the depth gauges to the right height with a flat file and file guide (Photo 6).
ETS III will address the discovery, access and exploitation of sensors from the simplest in situ devices such as water temperature and depth gauges in the nation's rivers, to mobile sensors large and small hosted on aircraft, on satellites in orbit, or in cars and telephones.
Install advisory signage, depth gauges and guide posts.
VAT (DIN 862, IP65, Left hand); Digital Depth Gauges (DIN 862); Digital Height Gauges (DIN 862); Digital Outside Micrometers (DIN 863); Digital Indicators and Digital Thickness Gauges.
The ford closed for the winter to avoid any repeat of a spate of incidents where emergency services, including rescue helicopters, have had to be called out to rescue drivers who become stuck in the ford after ignoring flood conditions, water depth gauges and warning signs.
The ford closed for the first time last October to avoid any repeat of incidents where emergency services, including rescue helicopters, had to be called out to rescue drivers who had become stuck in the ford after ignoring flood conditions, water depth gauges and warnings signs.
He said: "Having previously installed additional warning signs and water depth gauges to alert motorists to the dangers, we will now be meeting with the parish council to discuss a range of additional measures to minimise the need for this sort of rescue operation even further.