Mechanical Levels Datasheets

TESA® NIVELTRONIC Electronic Levels
from Inspec Inc.

Most popular measuring instruments with solid cast iron body for the inspection and alignment of horizontal and vertical surfaces - Also suitablefor precision measurement of small inclinations, for instance for flatnessinspection on surface plates. [See More]

  • Measuring Technology: Mechanical
  • Reading Method / Display: Dial
  • Level Type: Clinometer or Inclinometer
  • Materials of Construction: Cast iron body. Horizontal model with mountable granite sole plate
Fuel Systems Inclinometer -- 5002P
from Rieker, Inc.

Dimensions. 6 1/4"w X 1 3/4"h X 5/8"d. Degree Range. ±5 °. Degree Markings. 0.5 º increments - alphabetized to eliminate errors - left to right: A through U. Case Materials. Black Derlin base, engraved markings filled white. Tube Construction. Glass with black ball on white... [See More]

  • Measuring Technology: Mechanical; Other; Ball Weight
  • Level Type: Clinometer or Inclinometer
  • Application: Construction; Surveying or Field Work; Auto, Rail, Aircraft, Ship or other Vehicle; Aircraft Fuel System
  • Angular Range: -5 to 5
Torpedo Level
from DME Company

• 3 Vials. • Shatter Resistant [See More]

  • Measuring Technology: Mechanical; Vial Type
  • Level Type: Beam or Torpedo
  • Application: Light Duty (Office or Drafting)
  • Reading Method / Display: None -Non-graduated Gage
from Fred V. Fowler Co., Inc.

Finished in baked blue enamel, microfine graduations, includes fitted case [See More]

  • Measuring Technology: Mechanical
  • Length: 12
  • Application: Construction; Machine Shop
  • Reading Method / Display: Graduated scale
Solid State Inclinometer -- Electronic Slip Ball
from Interface Displays & Controls

Providing an adaptable design, the Solid State Inclinometer displays multiple slip ball positions and is usable in aircraft instruments, AMLCD avionic displays, and other navigation applications. The inclinometer is microprocessor-based, allowing the CPU to position the slip ball display icon. The... [See More]

  • Measuring Technology: Mechanical
  • Reading Method / Display: None -Non-graduated Gage
  • Level Type: Clinometer or Inclinometer