Pipe Caliper BULK PACKS
Brand : The Insulation King
- Unit Of Measure:
- Per Box (Quantity Varies)
- Shipping Option:
- FREE SHIPPING!
The TIK-C585 Pipe Caliper tool is used to measure the pipe size of all types of pipes (Copper, Iron, PVC, CPVC, Schedule 40, 80, etc). Our Pipe Caliper is very easy to use. Simply put the pipe in between the two wings of the caliper and close the wings tight to the pipe (making sure the pipe touches the top of the caliper and two wings of the pipe caliper). The pipe caliper will then show you the size of the pipe. Our pipe caliper tool can be used to measure pipes as small as 1/4" all the way up to 12" pipes. This device was designed specifically for mechanical insulators and does not include useless numbers/diameters, just iron and copper pipe sizes!
Our Pipe Caliper is die cut steel that is zinc plated giving it a nice brushed finish. The numbers are etched into the metal so they won't rub off with wear. The pipe caliper is pocket sized to easily fit in your front shirt pocket or in any tool belt or tool box.
BENEFITS of the TIK-C585 Pipe Caliper:
- Durable - Die-cut Steel with Zinc Plating
- Easy to Use
- Easy to Read - Numbers are Etched
- Measures both Iron and Copper Pipe Sizes
- Made in the USA!
*This is a must have tool for pipe insulators, plumbers, draftsmen, pipe fitters, architects, and engineers. Don't just buy one for yourself, buy tools in bulk to make sure you get one for each member of your team! *Homeowners purchase this tool to precisely measure all the pipes they want to insulate to make ordering pipe insulation easier and hassle free.
VIDEO: INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO USE A PIPE CALIPER
*Bulk packs of our Pipe Calipers are shipped free via UPS GROUND
*(48 States excludes Hawaii & Alaska)
Box of 10 for $240 = $24/each
Box of 15 for $345 = $23/each
Box of 20 for $420 = $21/each
I saw an insulator using this and asked him where he got it. Bought 20 for my workers to save time and limit mistakes on sizes. Takes the guess work out of sizing pipes.
I had the same tool since I was in the Navy. As a welder I always carried it to find out the pipe size that we need for the job. I had that tool for 10+ years, some how I lost it at my present job so I had to find where I can get another one and thank to you I found it, and for the price it's very worth it.
**Bernabe, we are glad to help and we thank you for your service in the US Navy! ~BIP
I run a team of sewer maintenance workers for the city and we run into all types of pipes in our line of work. We have had a variation of a measuring devices for 20 plus years to help our men find out the pipe size correctly. I have to say these calipers are no nonsense. They are not littered with a ton of useless numbers and measuements written all over the wings, just the important info - Iron or Copper pipe size period! In this case less is more.