Rugged Quick Visual Reference of
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 slope or tilt meter, angle
indicator, gradiometer, and pitch or roll indicator.
manufacturers 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 -50º F to +180º F (-45ºC to +82ºC).
Our industry leading quality and control standards provides for the smoothest and most consistent roll
among any other clinometer of this type world wide.
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. In ranges of ±5, 10, 26 and coming soon 45º there is a clinometer to fit
most all needs.
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.
an application that
requires custom specifications,
us today - one of our application experts will be happy to speak with
Extreme Shock-Vibration Resistant
Wide Operating Temperature Range
Custom Warning Zones
±5, 10, 26, 45º ranges
Backlit Option (12V-24VDC)