Accurate measurements are important because one mistake can throw design plans off completely. Incorrect data can lead to wrong or even dangerous decisions, conclusions, or results.
Whether you’re measuring distance with a measuring tape, assessing water pressure with a gauge, determining temperature with a digital thermometer, evaluating readings with spirit levels, or keeping records with data loggers, our range of measuring and recording tools have you covered.
Our electronic data recording devices continuously record data over time, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage, water levels, and strain.
Water systems and tanks function because the water or air that runs through them is pressurised. Our pressure gauges measure the force of the pressure in the water or air so that you can determine whether you have any faults in your systems.
Our spirit levels, used to indicate how parallel (level) or perpendicular (plumb) a surface is relative to the earth, are accurate to within plus or minus 0.5 millimetres/meter, or 0.005 inches/inch or 0.029 degrees. Several types of spirit levels may be used by building trade workers such as carpenters, electricians, metalworkers, plumbers, and surveyors. The liquid in the vials is a yellowish-green colour due to additives for UV protection and to ensure continuity of clear readings in extreme temperatures.
To determine how we can help you accurately measure and record the stats you need to know, give our team a call and we can answer any questions you have.