The digital pit gauge is a manual system used to measure surface variations. Its accuracy, ease of use, and modular design make it an essential tool for manual pit inspection.
Digital Pit Gauges are designed based on digital vernier caliper with direct reading. Digital Pit Gauges are easy to use and provides fast and accurate measurements of surface pits, gauges, dents, undercuts, etc. Corrosion profiles can be plotted quickly and accurately by moving the probe and indicator along the bridging bar. Dial Pit Gauges allow the convenient measurement of Pit Depth or material loss in areas of Weight-Loss Corrosion.
Various types of Digital Pit Gauges and Dial Pit Gauges are available for different applications, including Digital and Dial Pit Gauges for basic evaluation and Digital and Dial Pit Gauges for evaluating large areas of weight loss corrosion. Some of these models are: Digital Pit Gauge with IP54, Digital Crack Pit Depth Gauge, Analog Crack Pit Depth Gauge, Standard Manual Pit Gauge with extension arms, Dial Pit Depth Gauge.
Notched feet prevent the bridge from rocking on a rounded surface. Ceramic magnets securely hold the Pit gauge in place. The left-handed scale measures increasing depth as the tip drops into the pit. A locking adjustment screw allows instant calibration to a reference surface. Thumbscrews facilitate one-handed operation.
Digital Pit gauges assure compliance with corrosion allowances for equipment wherever corrosion affects materials, such as pipeline, vessels, piping, storage tanks, oil country tubular goods, drill pipe, bottom hole assemblies, bridges and structures, shipping, concrete, and aircraft components.
Due to their versatility, many Digital Pit Gauges and Dial Pit Gauges have other uses, such as wear measurement, Weld Alignment, Structural Fit-up, etc.