Inspection and measurement tools include dimensional gages and video inspection tools used in the building and construction industry.

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Borescopes (237 suppliers)

Borescopes are optical inspection tools that consist of a rigid or flexible tube, an eyepiece on one end, and an objective lens on the other. They use optical relay components to transfer images of bores and cylinders from a tip to an eyepiece.
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Condition monitors and fault detectors find faults in mechanical, electrical, optical or other systems before a system failure condition occurs. An example of a fault in an electrical system is an arching circuit breaker. An example of a fault in a mechanical system is a failed roller bearing. Both mechanical and electrical faults produce characteristic sounds, which can be detected using air or structure borne acoustic detection techniques.
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Distance Meters (124 suppliers)

Measuring tools are used to measure the distance between two locations or objects.
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Levels (210 suppliers)

Levels are mechanical or electronic tools that measure the inclination of a surface relative to the earth's surface. Levels vary from simple mechanical devices to complex electronic sensors that digitally readout angular level values.
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Micrometers (279 suppliers)

Micrometers are instruments for precision dimensional gaging consisting of a ground spindle and anvil mounted in a C-shaped steel frame.  Noncontact laser micrometers are also available.
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Protractors and angle gages measure the angle between two surfaces of a part or assembly.
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Rules and length gauges are flat, graduated scales used for length measurement.  For OEM applications, digital or electronic linear scales are often used.
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Squares (87 suppliers)

Squares are used to indicate, by visual comparison, whether two surfaces are perpendicular. Most products consist of a simple, fixed standard and a beam and blade with a mutual orientation of 90 degrees.
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Videoscopes (117 suppliers)

Videoscopes are equipped with a CCD chip and focusable lens assembly that relays images from bores and cavities to a display. The camera is embedded in the tip of the scope and uses CCD technology rather than optical relay components (borescopes) or fiber optics (fiberscopes).
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