Top 4 Insize Instruments To Increase Your Efficiency Jan. 16, 2018

Insize presents a range of assets aimed at precision accuracy of results and reliable performance that won’t let you down!

No matter what kind of job you do, it requires certain skills, experience and knowledge of modern trends. But being a workman or a serviceman in practice proves one more fact – skills and experience are not enough! Thomas Carlyle once said "Man is a tool-using Animal. Nowhere do you find him without tools; without tools he is nothing, with tools he is all." That’s just the thing! There are certain tasks or procedures that require tools or instruments to be accomplished professionally and precisely. Each plumber, engineer, constructor, or carpenter needs reliable tools and instruments to do the job properly and reach for more profit.

Measuring height or width, thickness or depth, testing surface roughness or coating thickness, no matter what procedure you’re up to, a tried and true "assistant" – a reliable and functional tool – should be always within easy reach. Insize measuring equipment is aimed at optimization of performance and providing better results in shorter time! Thought-through construction, durable materials, and modern technologies make each utility manufactured by Insize your trouble-proof assistant within any challenging task!

This "TOP 4" shows the tip of the Insize iceberg. These instruments are intended for professional use in a range of situations. Each has unique functions and can be used in different industries, including engineering, machinery, metal processing and others.

1. Electronic Height Gauges.

These assets are commonly used for layout tasks and measurements. The construction comprises a base, a beam, a scriber and a control unit with buttons and a digital display. Superior functioning for high precision of layout results!


  • calculations of an object’s height;
  • transferring dimensions to a workpiece;
  • precise scribing of an object/series of objects.


  • tackle measurements in inches & millimeters;
  • stainless steel ensures durable performance;
  • carbide-tipped scriber;
  • resolution – 0.0005 IN/0.01 mm;
  • hold button helps to observe the data and tackle further analysis.

2. Bore Gages & Chamfer Gages.

These tools are exploited to measure the internal dimensions of a workpiece or product and, according to their configuration, are intended for small, shallow, blind, taper holes, and chamfers. The obtained results are utilized to process or manufacture certain details or parts.


  • helps to define diameter/distance between two or three sides of a hole/bore;
  • measurements are taken by fitting inside of a hole/bore, removing, and measuring with a caliper.


  • allows to choose the resolution suitable for your tasks;
  • available with split type contact points;
  • optional accessories (setting rings, dial indicators, long handles) allow for expanding functionality of gages.

3. Ultrasonic Thickness Gages & Coating Thickness Gages.

Thes compact handheld instruments are intended to accomplish specific types of thickness measurement (concerning the material itself or its coating).


  • applicable to non-magnetic (copper, zinc, tin, chrome, plastic power, paint) coatings on magnetic (steel, magnetic stainless steel, iron) substrates;
  • applicable to non-conductive (paint, plastic power, anodizing) coatings on non-magnetic (zinc, aluminum, copper, non-magnetic stainless steel) substrates;
  • applicable to glass, resin, metal, plastic, nylon, and ceramic (the Ultrasonic Model).


  • two points calibration mode;
  • allows for use on bores, grooves or inclined surfaces (rotates 0-90 degrees);
  • automatically turns off to save the battery charge;

4. Webster Hardness Testers.

These assets represent hand-operated instruments that allow users to define hardness of a variety of materials. I.e. they help to define the scratching or breaking point of a certain part.


  • hard brass/hard aluminum alloy;
  • soft brass/copper;
  • soft steel/cold-rolled steel;
  • aluminum alloy.


  • easy and quick usage;
  • reliable mechanism measures hardness with just one clamp;
  • performs according to American Standard (ASTM B647-84, 2000);
  • 0∼20 HW measuring range (min. 1HW).

Choose a proper instrument, which meets your demands, optimize your workflow and contribute to the quality of results of each and every procedure you carry out! Make a good investment in your skills and professionalism – perform confidently with Insize!

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