Angle Gauge Checking angles is very important for professionals, and they need to have access to accurate data. In order to pull off a job correctly, you need to make sure that everything is as it should be. An angle gauge is capable of measuring angles so that you can determine if everything is at a true level. This is a crucial aspect of many projects that cannot be ignored.

Bubble Inclinometer differs in the way that it determines and delivers the information. Just by taking a look at this measurement tool, you will be able to tell that it functions differently

Thermometers are used to measure the temperature. They can be used to measure the temperature outside but you may also use thermometers to measure body temperature. Many people like to put thermometers on the sides of their houses to keep an eye on the temperature outside.

Laser Measure tools are used to measure the distance between itself and an object. It is a useful tool when you need to quickly determine how far away something is. Typically, these laser measures are able to give accurate measurements of up to thirty meters. This particular laser measure is a digital model that is capable of measuring up to eighty meters, making it a very sought-after tool.

Sound level meter A sound level meter is used for acoustic measurements. It is commonly a hand-held instrument with a microphone. The best type of microphone for sound level meters is the condenser microphone, which combines precision with stability and reliability

Moisture Meters On porous materials such as concrete, plaster, brick, wood, the moisture content of the substrate should be measured, as the presence of moisture within a material will result in poor adhesion, premature coating failure and poor appearance.

It is not sufficient to simply ensure that the surface is dry as often the surface of the substrate is the driest point  due to evaporation. It is important to establish the moisture content within the substrate itself.

When powder coating wooden panels, for example, if the wood (or mdf) has too high a moisture content, as the panel passes through the oven, the moisture is heated, generating steam  causing significant coating finish issues.

Putting a coating to a concrete floor which is too damp can cause premature adhesion failure. Moisture meters have been developed to specifically determine the level of moisture in a substrate and come in two forms:

Pin-type moisture meters: Invasive pins are pushed firmly into the surface of the substrate being measured and by measuring the electrical resistance between the pin electrodes provide the percentage moisture content (%MC) in the substrate.

Pinless, contact-type moisture meters: Whilst pinless meters typically measure moisture content faster and are non-destructive they do require a relatively flat surface because the sensors are mounted on the base of the gauge making them ideal for concrete.

Available with pin probes only or pin probes with a non-invasive probe for non-destructive testing, the gauges give average moisture content by comparing the change in impedance between damp and acceptably dry substrates.