About the gauges:
1.What does a thread plug gauge do?
A thread gauge is used to check the dimensions of a specific thread form angle, pitch and diameter. Plug gauges are used to check internal threads, whereas ring gauges are used to check external threads. Each gauge comprises of two parts: a GO gauge and a NO GO gauge. Both parts should be used to check the thread.
2.What is a Socket Plug Gauge?
A socket or plug gauge is a tool used to check the size or type of a plug. It is a metal device, typically shapedlike a plug, with a handle for easy use. There are different types of socket plug gauges, each designed to fitspecific types and sizes of plugs. For instance, a three-pronged gauge will check the fit and compatibility ofthree-pronged plugs, while a two-pronged gauge will do the same for two-pronged plugs
3.What is an Outlet Gauge?
An outlet gauge, also known as a receptacle tester, is a tool used to check the electrical wiring in an outlet. It isa plastic device with several prongs or lights that indicate if the wiring is correct, if the ground wire is presentand if there is any damage to the outlet. It is a valuable tool for electricians and DIY enthusiasts who want toensure the safety of their electrical systems.
4.Where Can They Be Used?
Socket plug and outlet gauges can be used in numerous settings, including homes, offices, factories, andcommercial spaces. They are especially useful for.
Electricians who need to test and troubleshoot electrical systemsHomeowners who want to ensure their outlets and plugs are working properly and safely. Businesses that rely on electrical devices, such as computers and printers, to ensure they are plugged incorrectly and efficiently.