Stanley Diameter and Circumference Tape Rule
Brand : Tools
- Unit Of Measure:
Pipe diameter and circumference measuring tape which can measure a diameter up to 3 feet. Simply bend the tape around the pipe to find its circumference. Stanley 10ft tape measure blade is 1/4" wide and 10 ft long.
One side of the blade is a regular 10ft tape measure, the reverse side is the pipe diameter tape measure.
Instructions for Use:
- Wrap the Stanley 10ft tape measure (diameter side facing up) around the pipe while holding the chrome blade tip in place.
- Continue wrapping the tape around the pipe past the chrome blade tip.
- The black line after "Inches of DIA. by 64 THS." is the measuring line that will tell you how many inches and 64ths of an inch the pipe diameter is.
- Go to our Pipe Sizing Guide to determine which pipe size have based on your newly measured diameter.
The image shown above is a 4" PVC Pipe. Using this circumference tape measure, a 4" pipe will measure 4-1/2" in diameter. In the photo if you look at the black line past "Inches of DIA. by 64 THS." you will see the pipe measures 4 inches and 32/64ths or 4-1/2".