Brown & Sharpe 599-579-4 Dial Caliper, Stainless Steel, White Face, 0-6″ Range, +/-0.001″ Accuracy, 0.001″ Resolution, Meets DIN 862 Specifications
The Brown & Sharpe Dial-Cal dial caliper has a 1.25″ diameter rotating dial with a lock, is made of stainless steel, and measures in inches. The covered rack helps prevent measurement error by protecting the gear from foreign matter. Linear accuracy meets Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) 862 standards. These calipers are for use in measuring inside dimensions (ID), outside dimensions (OD), depth and step. The caliper measures 0.100″ per revolution of the dial. The lock screw locks the dial and holds the sliding jaw in position. Adjustable zero set allows the user to set zero at a convenient distance. The depth rod is integrated into the rack of the caliper, unlike many calipers that offer a detachable depth rod, or none at all. The hardened stainless steel components, including the bar, measuring surfaces, rack, gears, and depth rod, offer corrosion resistance, increased accuracy, and long life. Spring anti-backlash control offers increased accuracy over standard gear configurati
- Precise dial graduations of 0.001″, with one revolution equivalent to 0.100″
- Hardened stainless steel construction for corrosion resistance and long life
- 1.25″ diameter rotating dial has a lock screw to hold the sliding jaw in position, to help ensure consistent measuring
- Covered rack keeps foreign matter from clogging the gear, to help prevent measurement error
- Linear accuracy meets DIN 862 standards
List Price: $ 150.00
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Question by Muffins: Do the Quaker oatmeal containers come with their own measuring spoons?
Or do you have to measure out our own portions with our own measuring cups? If it says a serving is half a cup, is that referring to the regular old measuring cups we use for measuring liquids in baking and such?
Answer by Candy A
Yes , if they call for one cup of water then it would be the measuring cup we would use for liquid and for flour lets say.
If you need measuring spoons, the dollar stores carry all types, can’t beat that price.
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