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depth gauge

n
(Tools) a device attached to a drill bit to prevent the hole from exceeding a predetermined depth
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Noun1.depth gauge - a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavitiesdepth gauge - a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavities
gauge, gage - a measuring instrument for measuring and indicating a quantity such as the thickness of wire or the amount of rain etc.
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depth gauge

nprofondimetro
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Other novelty features include an integrated funnel in the lid of the windscreen washer tank, an ice scraper in the fuel filler flap with a tyre tread depth gauge and an umbrella compartment in the driver's door.
Apart from industrial and manufacturing environments, a depth gauge is also used for other applications such as measurement of threading depth in vehicle tires.
Summary: Apart from industrial and manufacturing environments, a depth gauge is also used for other applications such as measurement of threading depth in vehicle tires.
The company says a depth gauge has also arrived to further assist motorists.
On their wrists, over of the waterproof suit of rubberised fabric, the commandos wore both a watch, the indispensible instrument for synchronizing all wartime operations, and other precision instruments developed by Panerai, such as the depth gauge and the compass.
A tread depth gauge helps to check the service life of the tyres, available at any tyre specialist, or the user can rely on the wear indicators that most new cars have.
In most oil terminals around the world, an operator is sent to the top of a crude oil tank to lower a depth gauge coated with chemicals that identify how much water rests.
Swiss luxury watch maker Oris won lots of praise when it released its water-resistant mechanical watch Aquis Depth Gauge in 2013.
Check the tread of tyres at several points around the circumference, using a tread depth gauge (available at any tyre specialist), or using the wear indicators that most tyres have.
A depth gauge at the kerbside might also be appropriate so the experienced are able to make a judgment to cross or not.
Then plunge the depth gauge into the tread at each edge and in the middle.
The error occur mostly due to misinterpretation by depth gauge. On fluoroscopic assessment if size found to be wrong then replacing by another screw make the hole wide and thus loosening of screw and affecting fracture stability.