How Would Your Customer Use A Diameter Tape Measure?

Let me count the ways…

  1. His car heater hose needs replaced. He uses your diameter tape measure to find what size to buy, before he actually removes the old hose.
  2. Your customer is a plumber, and needs to know the outside diameter of a pipe, so he can get a new pipe before he disconnects the old one.
  3. Your customer is an HVAC installer, and needs to know the diameter of a galvanized pipe so he can buy more, to finish the job.
  4. He has a boat, and needs to buy a new bilge hose before he removes the old one.

    Want To Know The Diameter of Your Arm?
    Want To Know The Diameter of Your Arm?
  5. Your customer sells trees from his nursery. He wants to pick out the trees that are at least 2 inches in diameter, so he can dig them and offer them for sale as 2″ trees.
  6. Your customer wants to keep track of the diameter of her biceps, as she is in a fitness program.

So, to advertise your company logo on a gift item, try a diameter tape measure.

5 Useful Jobs For An Architect Scale Ruler

An architect scale ruler with your company logo has more uses than you may have realized. Your customers need architect rulers. Here are 5 important uses:

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  1. To help new homeowners read the blueprints for a house that was designed for them. They can easily see if certain rooms will be large enough for their furniture.
  2. Carpenters can easily find the sizes of lumber that they need to order for the job.
  3. HVAC contractors can calculate the size and amount of sheet metal they need to install the furnace and air conditioning.
  4. Excavators can see the exact location and size of the footers they need to dig.
  5. And of course, architects use these rulers continuously in their day to day work.

15 People Who Use Architect Scale Rulers

How To Read Blueprints
How To Read Blueprints

Architect scale rulers are a specialty item. Not everyone needs one. So here is a list of people and businesses who really need and use them. For them,  Architect scale rulers are a necessity. This gives you a great way to advertise your business to them.

  1. Floor tile retailers and wholesalers
  2. Architects
  3. Draftsmen
  4. Builders
  5. Carpenters
  6. Designers
  7. Electricians
  8. HVAC installers
  9. Engineers
  10. Draftsmen
  11. Housing developers
  12. City planners
  13. Painting contractors
  14. Ceiling tile installers and retailers and wholesalers
  15. Carpet retailers and wholesalers

What Can A Pipe Diameter Measuring Tape Do For Me?

Want To Know The Diameter of Your Arm?
Want To Know The Diameter of Your Arm?

Most people don’t use a pipe diameter measuring tape. The reason is not that they don’t need one. The reason is that they don’t know how powerful it is. They don’t know what it can do for them. Just ask the people who use one every day:

  • pipe installers
  • plumbers
  • pipeline inspectors
  • pipeline installers and repairmen
  • HVAC installers
  • car mechanics
  • boat mechanics
  • oil and gas rig workers
  • sport ball makers

They will tell you this: If you want to know the outside diameter of a pipe or any round object, just wrap the diameter tape around its circumference, and read the diameter on the tape. Simple. You don’t have to divide by pi. The best part of this: Even if the pipe is not perfectly round, the od diameter tape will give you the average outside diameter as if it were perfectly round.

Can I help, too?
Can I help, too?

 

 

 

Who in the World Needs a Pipe Diameter Measuring Tape

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Who in the World?

If you could wrap a pipe diameter measuring tape around the earth, you would get 7,917.5 mi diameter. That’s if the tape were calibrated in miles. But most diameter tapes are marked in inches or centimeters. Who in the world needs a pipe diameter measuring tape? These people do….

Oil Workers
Oil & Gas Workers
  • gas and oil line repairmen and inspectors
  • gas and oil line engineers
  • oil rig drillers and inspectors
  • pipeline engineers
  • plumbers
  • auto repair mechanics
  • boat repair people
  • arborists and foresters
  • hose manufacturers
  • ball manufacturers
  • HVAC installers and designers
  • engineers
  • architects
  • machinists

How to Measure the Diameter of a Pipe

Just a Simple Question
Just a Simple Question Paleeeeez!
How do you measure the diameter of a pipe without the end of it exposed? That’s not a Dumb Question. It’s a real every day problem for those who need to work on a pipeline. You can’t cut into the pipe to measure it. Who needs the solution?
  • Plumbers
  • Oil & gas pipeline workers
  • Pipeline estimators
  • HVAC engineers and installers
  • Electricians using metal and plastic conduit.
  • Foresters and arborists

The answer, short and sweet: All you do is wrap a pipe diameter tape around the pipeline and read the diameter on the tape.

To see a short video of How to measure the diameter of a pipe, just click here.  Tapes are available at diameter-tapes.com.

W616AC Diameter Tape Measure
W616AC Diameter Tape Measure