Pit Depth Gauges

4486-D

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.001″
Dial Travel: 1/2″
Anvil: 2-1/8″ long, hardened steel with “V” cross section, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-D is used to measure pits and scratches that appear on the surface of pipe and is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point. Calibration of UST notches can also be achieved by substituting the normal cone point with the SP 12015 or the DP 12012.

SP 12015/Swivel Point: Specially designed contact for calibration of ultrasonic test grooves. Full 360° rotation allows for easy depth check on longitudinal and tangential notches. Used with #4486-D.

4486-A

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.001″
Dial Travel: 1/2″
Anvil: 12″ long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-A is used to measure indentations left in the pipe surface from the rolling and straightening processes. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-C

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.001″
Dial Travel: 1/2″
Anvil: 6″ long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-C is used to measure pits scratches and indentations that appear on the surface of pipe. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-B

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.001″
Dial Travel: 1/2″
Anvil: 8″ long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-B is used to measure pits scratches and indentations that appear on the surface of pipe. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-F

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge
Dial Type: 0-10-0, Balanced w/ Revolution Counting Hand
Graduation: 0.001″
Dial Travel: 1/8″
Anvil: 1″ diameter, hardened tool steel with flat base.

Description: The 4486-F Pit Depth Gauge is used to measure the depth of relief forms in flat rolled stock. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-D/M

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge, Metric
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.02mm
Dial Travel: 12mm
Anvil: 54mm long, hardened steel with “V” cross section, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-D/M is used to measure pits and scratches that appear on the surface of pipe and is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point. Calibration of UST notches can also be achieved by substituting the normal cone point with the SP 12015 or the DP 12012.

4486-A/M

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge, Metric
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.02mm
Dial Travel: 12mm
Anvil: 304mm long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-A/M is used to measure indentations left in the pipe surface from the rolling and straightening processes. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-C/M

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge, Metric
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.02mm
Dial Travel: 12mm
Anvil: 152mm long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-C/M is used to measure pits scratches and indentations that appear on the surface of pipe. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-B/M

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge, Metric
Dial Type: 0-100, Counter-Clockwise
Graduation: 0.02mm
Dial Travel: 12mm
Anvil: 203mm long, hardened tool steel with flat base, Dial Face parallel to thread axis.

Description: The 4486-B/M is used to measure pits scratches and indentations that appear on the surface of pipe. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

4486-F/M

Gauge Type: Pit Depth Gauge, Metric
Dial Type: 0~50~0, Balanced dial w/ Revolution Counting Hand
Graduation: 0.01mm
Dial Travel: 3mm
Anvil: 25mm diameter, hardened tool steel with flat base.

Description: The 4486-F/M Pit Depth Gauge is used to measure the depth of relief forms in flat rolled stock. This gauge is normally equipped with a 40 Degree Cone Point but will accept standard Tungsten Carbide contact points.

Allen Gauge and Tool Company

421 North Braddock Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

P.O. Box 8647
Pittsburgh, PA 15221

Phone: 412.241.6410
Fax: 412.242.8877