Lindley type extensometer for measuring the extension of samples

Made:
1950-1970 in St Albans

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Lindley type extensometer for measuring the extension of samples under test strain, made by Mercer; with dial gauge by Baty. Stored in wooden purpose built box.

Details

Category:
Industrial Metrology
Object Number:
2001-122
Measurements:
3.937 x 10.2362 x 5.0394 in.; 100 x 260 x 128 mm
type:
extensometer
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • measuring device - instrument
credit:
British Alcan Aluminium plc
status:
Permanent collection

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