RS PRO O-Ring Gauge

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Product Details

RS Pro O-Ring Gauge

Introducing our RS-Pro O-Ring Gauge, a useful tool to assist maintenance personnel with their O-Ring selection, sizing and measuring. Our RS-Pro Gauge is predominantly used for finding the size of a standard BS1806 or AS-568 O-Rings, it is essentially an O-Ring size chart.

Features & Benefits

• Metric and Imperial scales (inch & mm), making the O-Ring Gauge suitable for a multitude of applications
• Easily identifiable sizes through the use of the slots at the top of the gauge
• Nationally recognised
• Robust and long lasting
• Lightweight and portable
• Comprised of a high-quality plastic material
• Easy to use telescoping slide
• Precision measurement

How to use an O-Ring Gauge

This handy device helps a person to identify and measure the size of a smaller O-Ring through matching them to the silhouettes along the side of the gauge. To find out the size of a larger O-Ring, place the O-Ring around the two halves of the suitable spindles at the top of the O-Ring Gauge. The slide is extendable, slide this until taut - the useful gadget will then reveal the British Standard (BS) O-Ring size in one of the small windows near the top of the gauge.

Note

Gauge has metric and imperial scales

Specifications
Attribute Value
Type O-Ring Gauge
35 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
Price Each
£ 28.38
(exc. VAT)
£ 34.06
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
1 - 4
£28.38
5 - 9
£27.24
10 +
£26.68
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