Stanley 3M OPP MEASURING TAPE
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EC Class II: Providing slightly less accurate measurements than class one, but still significantly more precise than the average commercial tape. Suitable for most uses, the maximum error expected over 10 metres total length is 2.30 millimetres – slightly more than 0.002% Infrared and laser measures: These do not feature a physical tape or blade, but they do share the same measuring function as a traditional instrument - especially for longer distances. They use laser pointer targets to assess the distance between point A and point B, combining high precision with an ergonomic design
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Put simply, if you're looking for durability, reliability, quality, accuracy and peace of mind, you couldn't do much better than to buy a Stanley tape measure. If you're after another brand or perhaps you're not sure quite what type of tape you're after, why not browse through our tape measures catalogue? Stanley Tylon Tape Measures Tylon™ blade coating ensures greater durability and wear resistance of blade markings for improved readability overtime and prolonged product lifeThe different applications and environments where measuring tapes are needed will play a role in determining the best choice of tool. There are many types and designs suitable for different applications, from surveying and carpentry to DIY. Textile tapes are also essential for sewing and for body measurement, for medical and well-being reasons. EC Class III: The least accurate on the scale, therefore they might be preferred where a difference of a few millimetres does not make a difference to the overall project. The maximum margin of error on a 10-metre-long measure is 4.60 millimetres – 0.004% difference Dressmaker’s tape measures, haberdashery and sewing tape measures are normally made of cloth, soft fabric, or plastic fibreglass. This provides the best combination of accuracy and flexibility while measuring. Fabric tape measures can come as either retractable tape measures, encased in a protective container, or as standard rolling tape measures.
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Constructed from Brown plastic with an impact resistant viewing window for the most demanding of environments. The tape has no auto return and is pushed and pulled to the required length, this allows for easy measuring when working on your own. A tape measure is a flexible instrument used for measuring lengths and distances. It is essential for many industries and applications. From dressmaking to carpentry, there is no doubt that measuring tapes are exceptionally popular tools, available in different types and sizes to suit bespoke requirements. Imperial: Length is measured in inches, feet and yards. Imperial tape measures are less common but are still used in the UK and North America
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EASY TO READ: Bright, yellow easy to read blade with 13mm blade width for clear and legible markings in metric and imperial measurements.
How do you use your tape? What do you use a tape measure for and in what kind of environment do you use it? These are just a few of the many questions the team at Stanley ask their customers before developing a new product. By listening, by testing, by dropping tapes, bending tapes, twisting them and stretching them in the scorching heat, the dripping wet and the bitter cold, Stanley test and develop all their tools to be the very best they can be. Analogical tape measures provide the output via the markings on the strip or blade. Therefore, the precision of the measurement does not only depend on the accuracy of the tape itself but also on the measurer’s attention to detail When choosing the correct tape measure, you should take various factors into account. These include: