Our comprehensive range of Hand Gauging - Thread Gauges is manufactured with minute attention to details. These gauges are very user friendly and offer highly productive services to heavy engineering and manufacturing industries. We offer the range in multiple dimensions to suit specific requirements.
The comprehensive range of ACME Thread Gauge offered by us is appreciatively evaluated by our clients for cutting edge features displayed in the products. The advanced engineering process and premium components used in the manufacturing process make the product durable, of versatile application capability and resistant to wear and tear and harsh working conditions. Our range is offered in multiple specifications and in most down to earth prices.
The Acme thread form has a 29° thread angle with a thread height half of the pitch; the peak and crest are flat. The tooth shape also has a wider base which means it is stronger (thus, the screw can carry a greater load) than a similarly sized square thread. This thread form also allows for the use of a split nut, which can compensate for nut wear.
Long-length Acme threads are used for controlled movements on machine tools, testing machines, jacks, aircraft flaps, and conveyors. Short-length threads are used on valve stems, hose connectors, bonnets on pressure cylinders, steering mechanisms, and camera lens movement
American Specifications: ANSI/ ASME B1.5- 1997
B.S Specifications: B.S 1104 - 1957
Thread Plugs , Thread Rings, Check Plugs & Wear Check Plugs of Diameter from 1/4" to 6" and TPI from 16 to 6.
BA (British Association) threads are used in some precision instruments, such as optics and moving-coil meters, relays etc. A 2BA thread is used to connect the head of a dart to its shaft — as such, it is one of the few common uses of this thread in North America.
2BA threads are commonly found in the old imperial conduit boxes in the UK which are still in use (but not installed) today.
Thread Profile: 47.1/2 degrees.
Basic Dimensions: BS 93-1951
Gauging Practice:BS 919 Part II - 2007.
Thread Plug Gauges, Thread Ring Gauges, Check Plug & Wear Check Plug Gauges for sizes 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12.
The British Standard Pipe (BSP) is a family of standard screw thread types that has been adopted internationally for interconnecting and sealing pipe ends by mating an external (male) with an internal (female) thread and has been adopted as a standard scale used in plumbing fittings,
ISO Standard: Basic Dimensions: ISO 228 (1) - 2000
Gauging Practice: ISO 228 (2) - 1987.
British Standard - BS 2779 - 1986.
Indian Standard - Basic Dimensions: IS 2643 - 2005 & Gauging Practice: IS 10216-1988.
Japanese Standard - JIS B 0202-1999.
Pipe Diameter 1/16 to 6".
We offer complete line of British Standard Pipe Taper Thread Gauges (BSPT) in varied specific requirements of pipe threads for joints made pressure tight by mating of threads and are taper external, taper internal, and parallel internal. Our range can be availed in both regular and tailor made solutions to meet the specific requirements of our clients. Sophisticated technology used in the manufacturing process makes the range precision engineered and efficient performer even under hostile conditions, and of long durability.
Also referred to as British Standard Taper Pipe or Pipe Taper, or Conical Thread.
Taper is 3/4" taper per foot ( 1 in 16 on the diameter). They provide pressure tight joints without sealing compound. They are of two types, System A and System B.
Various Symbols: BSPT, BSPTr, PT, KR, Rc.
Thread Profile: 55 Degrees.
Two Types of Gauges are recommended:
BS 21 - 1985
Indian Standard: Basic Dimensions - IS 554 - 1975
Gauging Practice - IS 8999-1979.
Taper Thread Plugs & Rings for Pipe sizes 1/16" to 6" in both System A & System B Design.
Our exclusive range of NPTF Thread Gauge- is critically acclaimed by clients for their adaptability and versatility of applications. We offer the range in multiple options and sizes. The accurately engineered range can be obtained in regular and customized options according to the application requirements. Our products have Multi industry application features. Clients can avail the range in industry leading prices.
Both NPT and NPTF have the same threads-per-inch, pitch diameters, and taper-per-inch. The differences come in the major and minor diameters, the root and crest of the threads.
The NPTF thread crests fall with in the parameters of the NPT requirements, but have a smaller range than the NPT.
The NPTF thread roots are different than the NPT thread roots. NPTF thread roots are designed to interfere with the crest of the mating thread with the intention of creating a mechanical seal through thread form deformation at assembly.
NPTF Threads are used where pressure tight sealing is required on threads without using any sealing compound. (Hence also called as the Dry Seal Type).
ANSI/ ASME B1.20.6 - 1984 which is Metric translation of ANSI B1.20.5-1978
American Handbook H-28 Part II - 1957.
Taper Thread Plugs L1 & L3 in both Basic & Step Limit Design, Plain Taper Plugs to check crest of Threads,
Taper Thread Rings L1 & L2 in both Basic & Step Limit Design, Plain Taper Rings to check crest of external threads (6 step design), Master Check Plugs to check Thread Rings L1 & L2.
Pipe Sizes covered are from 1/16" to 3"
We are reckoned as one of the most efficient manufacturers of precision engineered range of gauges. The exhaustive variety of gauges offers solutions to broad based industry verticals. The NPT Thread Gauges offered by us is one of the most fast moving gauges from our assortment. The sophisticated technology and premium components used in the manufacturing process make the product range hard wearing, of versatile application capability and resistant to wear and tear and harsh working conditions. Our range is offered in multiple specifications and in most down to earth prices.
National Pipe Thread Taper (NPT) is a U.S. standard for tapered threads used on threaded pipes and fittings. In contrast to straight threads that are found on a bolt, a taper thread will pull tight and therefore make a fluid-tight seal.
ANSI/ ASME B1.20.1 - 1983 for Basic Type Gauges
American Handbook H-28 Part II - 1957 for Step Limit type.
Thread Plugs , Thread Rings, Check Plugs & Wear Check Plugs of Diameter from 1/16" to 12" in both Basic & Step Limit Design.
NGT Threads (National Gas Taper) are used to check the valve stems of Gas cylinders and also cylindrical neck threads.
Thread Taper of (Taper 1 IN 16 on diameter)
IS 9151-2005 or as per customer specification
Taper Thread Plugs - Gauge L1 & Gauge L9
Plain Taper Plug Gauges to check truncation of Minor diameter - Gauge C1 & Gauge C2
Taper Thread Ring Gauge L1 & Gauge L8
Master Check Plug to check Rings L1 & L8
Plain Taper Ring to check crest Truncation of Major Diameter.
Size : ¾” NGT
Trapezoidal threads are screw thread profiles with trapezoidal external shapes. They are popular for manufacturing leadscrews /power screws, screw jacks as they can carry large loads with good accuracy.
ISO Specifications: Basic Dimensions: ISO 2903 - 1993, ISO 2904 - 1977 & Gauging Practice: DIN 103(9)-1985.
IS Specifications: Basic Dimensions: IS 7008-1988, IS 7008(4)-1999 & Gauging Practice: DIN 103(9)-1985.
Thread Plugs , Thread Rings, Check Plugs & Wear Check Plugs of Diameter from 8 mm to 200 mm and pitches from 1.5 mm to 6 mm.
British Standard Cycle (BSC) or (BSCy) is a British Imperial screw thread standard. Unlike other major British imperial thread standards (British Standard Whitworth and British Standard Fine) the thread runs at a 60 degrees rather than a 55 degrees angle. It generally comes as 26 threads per inch (tpi) and is similar to 1 mm ISO threads which are equivalent of 25.4 threads per inch and also run at a 60 degrees angle. It was originally used with both bicycles and motorcycles.
Thread Profile: 60 Degrees.
Basic Dimensions: BS 811-1950
Gauging Practice: BS 919 Part II - 2007.
Sizes covered are SWG series for spokes & Nipples - SWG 8,9,10 & 11, Diameter 1/8 to 31/32 with various TPI as specified in specification.
BSW/ BSF Threads are Whitworth Profile threads. Originally designed by the Englishman Sir Joseph Whitworth in the early 1840s . Although superceded by the Metric and Unified Threads its widespread usage has resulted in continued demand for the replacement market.
Thread Profile: 55 Degrees..
Basic Dimensions- BS 84-2007
Gauging Practice: BS 919 Part II - 2007.
Manufacturing Range - Thread Plug & Ring Gauges from Diameter 1/8 to 6" , TPI 40 to 2.5
Unified Threads are Inch Sizes used for general thread assemblies. These threads are believed to have originated in 1948 during efforts to standardise manufacturing processes by USA, UK and Canada.
Thread Profile: 60 Degrees..
ANSI/ASME B 1.2-1983. Also, upon specific request
Dimensions as per BS 1580 Part1 & 2 -2007 (Gauging Practice – BS 919 Part 1-2007)
Thread Plug & Ring Gauges from No. 0 x 80 to 8.5"
ISO Metric Gauges are the most commonly used Gauges in the engineering Industry.
Thread Profile : 60 degrees.
ISO standard : Basic Dimensions: ISO 724 -1993 (E), Gauging Practice: ISO 1502-1996 & ISO 965/1- 1998.
Indian standard : Basic Dimensions: IS 4218 (3)-1999, IS 4218 (4)-2001, Gauging Practice: IS 2334- 2001.
DIN standard : Basic Dimensions & Gauging Practice: DIN 13.
ANSI standard : Basic Dimensions: ANSI / ASME B 1.13 M , Gauging Practice: ANSI / ASME B 1.16 M – 1984.
BS standard : Basic Dimensions: B.S. 3643 Part I & II - 2007, Gauging Practice: B.S 919 Part III - 2007.
JIS standard : Basic Dimensions: JIS B0205 & JIS B 0209, Gauging Practice: JIS B 0251-1998. As well as old version of specification JIS B 0251-1975 & JIS B 0252-1996, used for Tolerance Classes I, II, & III & two grades - Machine work & Inspection.
Diameter M 1.2mm to M220mm & Pitches covered are 0.25 mm to 8 mm.
BSF Thread Gauges conforming to BS 84.
Threading depths for internal threads have often tolerances which though, usually coarse, need to be measured nevertheless. Here one gauge is usually sufficient to measure depth ranging from 5 to 50mm in a tolerance of +/1 mm.
Wherever it is expected that the component having multiple coaxial bores should be concentric to the Threading there such type of plug gauges come in handy.
In critical applications, gauges must be quickly cross-verified for their coŕrectness. Since everytime, calibration is not a quickly viable solution and this is where a check plug comes in handy. Its Go end must enter the GO Ring and Nogo end must not enter the Nogo ring.
These gauges ensure that internal threads are concentric to the bore
Some threads need to be square with the shoulder faces of the component. The perpendicularity is checked using feeler gauges.