depth gauge


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

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[USPRwire, Mon Jul 29 2019] A depth gauge is a measurement device used to accurately measure the depth of cavities, holes or recesses, grooves or other type of openings.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 29 2019] A depth gauge is a measurement device used to accurately measure the depth of cavities, holes or recesses, grooves or other type of openings.
A spokesperson for Gleeson Homes said: "We have provided an alternative route for when this happens and we have also provided a depth gauge to enable motorists to see the depth of the water when the road floods and to enable them to make a decision about using the alternative route."
Traditionally, people have been encouraged to use a tread depth gauge, a penny, a quarter, or to look for Tread Wear Bars to tell if they have enough tread to be safe on the road.
Revolutionising the world of professional diving, Oris applies the Boyle Mariotte Law to its patented Aquis Depth Gauge to come up with an instrument that promises to be man's best friend 20,000 leagues under the sea.
Immediately after capture, fecundity estimates were completed using the noninvasive depth gauge technique.
30-year-old Gurcharn Sahota uses a microscope and an ultrasonic depth gauge to inspect the car's paintwork, as well as a Brazilian carnauba wax that costs Au8,000.
To help you judge tread depth, most tyres have a band of raised rubber running across the tyre called the depth gauge. When the tread is level with this bar the tyre needs replacing.
I usually place a piece of masking tape on the drill bit to use as a depth gauge to ensure that I don't drill the holes deeper than needed.
Aquatimer Deep Two: The diver's watch with a mechanical depth gauge makes a return after ten years in the form of the Aquatimer Deep Two, pressure-resistant to 12 bar.
Use the broad-based depth gauge, NSN 5210-00-221-1902, to measure the height of the grousers.
Assuming he had hit an uncharted reef, Pattinson checked the depth gauge; 67 metres showed.
Then it did something quite odd for a Scaup - it steamed over to a depth gauge pole at the side of the pool and began rubbing itself against it like a cat at a scratching post.
Like the Prowler saw, the X-5000 Paver has an Eaton hydrostatic drive and many of the features of the X-750 Prowler, such as low-noise, low dust blade block enclosure, built-in lift system and mechanical depth gauge. Additional features include a switch-activated retractable guide, dual halogen headlights and a master control panel.
It retails for around pounds 10, depending on which type of lubricant is needed, and includes a litre of oil, disposable gloves, scented wipes, oil funnels, and a tyre depth gauge.