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2000 Series:  Mechanical Clinometers

  • Precision Racing Clinometers

Model 2055 Model 2056 Model 2058
  • Rugged Quick Visual Reference of Angle

Model 2055E Model 2056E Model 2058E


Rieker manufacturers these clinometers using precision tube and ball construction. All our tubes are filled with a special damping fluid that controls the movement of the ball and will operate in temperatures from -50 F to +180 F (-45C to +82C). The industry leading standards used during production provides the smoothest and most consistent roll of any of this type of clinometer. The housing is made of a rugged 100% Polycarbonate, making these clinometers extremely tough for all types of environments and weather conditions. The large, clear number and degree markings make it easy to get quick, accurate readings -clearly readable from 12 feet away.

Easy to install, these Rieker clinometers were originally designed for precise heel and trim indication on sailboats - one of the most popular in use today. However, a clinometer can be used where ever leveling, balancing and preventing tip-over is needed: such as utility trucks, aerial lift equipment, military and government vehicles.


A Clinometer (or Inclinometer) is an instrument for measuring angles of slope (or tilt), elevation or inclination of an object with respect to gravity. Also known as a tilt meter, tilt indicator, slope meter, slope gauge, gradient meter, gradiometer, level gauge, level meter, pitch & roll indicator.

If you have an application that requires custom specifications, please contact us today with your requirements.  One of our application experts will be happy to speak with you.


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Rieker Inc.
34 Mount Pleasant Rd
Aston, PA 19014
Ph: (610) 500-2000
Fax: (610) 500-2002
Toll Free: (800) 497-4523

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