It’s true that the average person does not have an urgent use for a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure (or even know what one is!). Have you given much thought to what this unique tape measure can do, and who uses them the most? Here are some fun facts about this tool: * tapes are usually made of cloth or metal * measurements are shown reduced by the value of π in order to provide the person the diameter of the item being measured * most commonly used to measure pipes and tree trunks
It’s really hard to believe that there is only one day left of June. Did you also know that today is National Handshake Day? Here is some fun trivia that you may (or may not) know about handshakes: – Used as a way for Roman soldiers to determine if the other person was holding a weapon – Based on the above tradition, women would not usually greet each other with a handshake – Secret handshakes are used in many organizations as a signal of membership – Your customers will most definitely give you the biggest handshake (or even a hug!) if you give them a Diameter Tape Measure with your logo on it.
Have you ever seen a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure at a home improvement store and wondered, “How exactly do you use one of these tape measures?” Don’t worry, we’ve made one of the best informational videos about these tools that will help you use it correctly. View it here and become an expert at measuring pipes!
Today is a holiday that you will never have guessed in a million years: it’s National Hug a Plumber Day. Another thing you won’t have guessed is what the perfect gift is for these hard workers: a Diameter Tape Measure. This tool will help them (surprise!) measure the diameter of their pipes. Trust us, they’ll thank you!
In 4 short days kids around the country will be knee-deep in their Easter egg hunts, hoping and praying that their favorite candies are inside each egg. Adults, however, get the short end of the stick during this holiday, as Easter baskets are usually just for the kiddos. But maybe you’ll get lucky this year and you’ll find a Pipe Diameter Tape Measure hidden amongst the jellybean-filled eggs!
When you hear the words “diameter tape measure,” you probably think of contractors and other people who work closely with pipes. But today let’s try to expand your mind and think outside the box. Today is National Meatball Day, and if I’m not mistaken, meatballs are also spheres that have a diameter. So today, whip out your diameter tape measure, wipe the sauce off your meatballs, and see if you can measure the diameter of your yummy meal!
Although we are now in the last days of February, let’s not forget what a great month it was. February is the last month of winter, and I’m sure you’re excited to see that spring is just around the corner. February is also National Canned Food Month – a hobby that many people have been focusing on lately to prepare for any possible food shortages. Did you know . . . You can find the volume of a jar by using a pipe diameter tape measure. Volume = πr2h Once you find the diameter of the jar’s base with your pipe diameter tape measure, you then divide that number by 2 and you get your radius (r).
No one can say no to a delicious homemade pie. Whether it’s apple, coconut cream, or pumpkin, a slice of fresh pie just hits the spot. Today is National Cherry Pie Day, so have that be your flavor of choice just for today. Did you know . . . Before you slice into your cherry pie, you can grab your pipe diameter tape measure and calculate the diameter of this baked good!
Going to the fair is so much fun for kids and adults alike. Rides, games, and junk food make for an exciting day. What is your favorite thing to do at the fair? – Eat funnel cakes – Having a try at winning a stuffed animal – Riding the ferris wheel (did you know that if you bring your Lufkin tape measure you might be able to find out the diameter of it? Okay, that would need to be a super-long tape measure, but it’s worth a shot!)
Sure, you can measure completely normal and expected items with a diameter tape measure: pipes, trees, poles, etc. But how about we get a little crazy today and think of bizarre things that we can measure. – water bottles – your leg – tater tots (it’s National Tater Tot Day!)