In Need of a Rugged Visual Reference of Orientation?

13 November 2017

ISource: Rieker, Inc.Source: Rieker, Inc.nclinometers with precision tube and ball construction provide for the smoothest and most consistent visual reference of slope (or tilt), elevation or inclination of an object with respect to gravity.

Rieker's 2100 Series Mechanical Inclinometers are filled with a special dampening fluid that provides for smooth and consistent ball movement. They are constructed with a 100 percent polycarbonate housing that is rugged enough to handle the most aggressive environments, while their large, clear numbering and degree markings allow for quick and accurate reference to angular position.

The inclinometers operate in temperature ranges from -50 degrees F to 180 degrees F. Their high-quality construction provides for repeatable, accurate readings from up to 12 feet away in ranges of ±5, 10 or 26 degrees with ±45 degree inclinometers available in the near future.

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