Angle Finder
Compliance
8.6" Stainless Steel Arm Digital Angle Finder
Fastenal Part No. (SKU)
3297569
UNSPSC
Manufacturer
This is a Catalog Item
Wholesale: $168.84 / each
Online Price: $135.07 / each
Product Attributes
Accuracy (+/-) 0.05"
Dial Reading 0 - 225°
Length 8-1/2"
Material Aluminum
Measuring Range 0 - 225°
Tip Length 0.250"
Type Angle Finder
Product Weight 1
UOM each
  • Arm Length 8.6"
  • Lightweight Alum Case with Stainless Steel Arm
  • Accuracy A?0.5°
  • Display Resolution 0.05°
  • This Digital Angle Finder is a multi-functional tool for many measuring applications
  • Easy to operate
  • The base unit carries the electronics giving a very clear detailed LCD display and a pivoting measuring arm
  • When the arm is extended the angle it makes with the base is indicated clearly on digital read-out to the nearest 0.05 degree
  • The measuring range is 0 - 225 degrees
  • Includes a lock function to prevent the last measurement being lost
  • Low battery indicator
  • Automatic shut off function
  • Robust but light in weight
  • A well thought out tool with a lot of uses

A digital angle finder is a device that measures and determines the angle of a given object. While many angle finders feature a dial and needle used to decipher an angle, the digital angle finder uses battery power to display results in a digital reading. The digital angle finder is considered by many to be the most accurate and the easiest angle finder to use.
For example, the digital angle finder can be used to determine the amount of run off when installing a floor drain. By placing the digital angle finder on the floor, the amount of drop can be calculated in the amount of degrees in which the floor slopes toward the drain. This allows a concrete finisher to ensure that the floor will rid itself of liquids and that any moisture will flow toward the drain.
Carpenters and all other tradesmen find quick and easy uses for a Digital Angle finder for calculating the exact angle that any two lines of material forms when their surfaces or paths intersect each other. A normal, hand-held protractor requires the user to line up the straight edge with one line of the angle and wherever the second line forming the angle intersects the protractor, that number is the measurement of the angle. The problem with this method is a higher chance of misreading the angle. Even with the correct measurements, there is no way to measure angles that must be precise and cannot be off by even a fraction of a degree.
The digital angle finder can measure angles exactly, making it much more reliable. This is especially helpful for carpenters or builders who are making cuts that must all line up and fit together. Those performing mathematics calculations will find the protractor extremely helpful in achieving correct results.

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