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Bridging Pit Gauges (formerly the Span Gauge)Western's advanced Bridging Pit Gauge System and our new Jr. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. All the items send registered .LGB 50600 450MM GRAY PLASTIC WARREN TRUSS BRIDGE BRAND NEW IN BOX!! Bridging Pit Gauge take over, where the capabilities of our standard Pit Gauges fall short, for evaluating large areas of Weightloss Corrosion.
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These Bridging Bar type Pit Gauges can also be used to measure Dents and Buckles on Pipelines, Shell Settlement on Storage Tanks, etc.
These various forms of Bridging Bars can utilize any of our exclusive Dial Indicators (Imperial, Metric, or Digital), with any of our Custom Engineered Contact Points.There are several important features to a Segmented Bridge, where various elements (Blades and Tees) are assembled to form a Bridging Bar. This contouring feature is important for Pipeline, Storage Tank, and Pressure Vessel inspections, where 'hills and valleys' always exist.
Secondly, the models listed below are of a given length, however extra elements can be added to increase their over all length.
As illustrated, these units can be assembled in Spanning or Cantilevering configurations, and finally, the Main Blade can be used individually for isolated or cone type Pitting.Jr.
Bridging Pit Gauge Group provides Inspectors with an Economical Alternative to the Bridging Pit Gauge System. Bridging Pit Gauge Plus can be assembled in either Spanning or Cantilevering Configurations up to 15" (394mm) long. These Magnetic Hold Downs have several benefits, such as; Aligning the unit to Concave or Convex surfaces, keeping the operator free to record readings or manipulate the assembly when Scanning through Pits and Weight loss Corrosion. Like our Standard Pit Gauges, the Knife Edge gives the operator a clear view of the contact point, and the area being inspected.With the addition of the optional Magnetic Hold Downs, the operator uses their width to quickly align the Bridging Pit Gauge System to a curved surface. On one side there is a clearance hole, while on the opposite side the hole is threaded (#10-24 UNC). When assembling, start the fasteners on the Thread Clearance Side of the Blades, so the fasteners can be properly tightened against the Extender Tee's. If the surface of the workpiece has an irregular surface (slight curve, distinct bend or hills and valleys), simply assemble the Bridging Bar, but do not tighten the fasteners. The operator should be mindful that this contouring assembly will be fine at a given point, however it will need to be checked when the Bridging Bar is repositioned.Magnetic Hold DownsMagnetic Hold Downs are intended for Scanning with a Bridging Pit Gauge, however they can be used on any of the Jr. Magnetic Hold Downs also provide the inspector with increased mobility, as he is not required to support the Bridging Pit Gauge. The following are instructions for the use, and using, the Magnetic Hold Down Blocks.Magnetic Hold Down Blocks are designed to easily slide on the Extender Tee's, and are best put in place prior to assembly. With the Bridge assembled, and placed on the workpiece, the entire Bridging Pit Gauge can travel over a distance of about 9" (290mm). The Thumb Screws have two purposes, firstly to retain or capture the Magnetic Hold Down onto the Extender Tee.
The second use of the Nylon Thumb Screws is to set the tension or to lock the Magnetic Hold Downs. As an example, if the Bridging Pit Gauge is being used vertically, the operator will want the tension set higher, to keep the unit from sliding. If the Bridging Pit Gauge is being used on a highly irregular surface, the operator will want the Nylon Thumb Screws set very loose, to allow the Blades to more easily slide over the workpiece.When setting a Bridge to a Convex surface, such as the OD of a Pipe, or a Concave surface, such as the ID of a Vessel, the Magnetic Hold Downs are used to align the entire assembly. The operator will see this when he attempts to rock the Magnetic Hold Downs from Side to Side.

If the unit rocks, the Magnetic Hold Downs are not on the same Longitudinal Axis and must be realigned.
When the rocking stops, the operator knows the Bridge is aligned, however, most formed surfaces (pipe, vessels, and tanks) are irregular, so rocking may not be eliminated but must be kept to a minimum to increase measurement accuracy.When preparing for a Scan, the Magnetic Hold Downs should be placed at the correct longitudinal position along the Extender Tee. When general evaluation is being done, and the operator is not recording measurements, place the Magnetic Hold Downs in the Middle of the Tee, to allow movement of the Bridge in both directions. When the operator is going to record measurements, for Plotting a Cross-Section, place the Magnetic Hold Downs at the end position of the scan, then move the bridge to the starting position. The operator takes a reference reading, between a magnetic Hold Down and the Scale on the Tee, before starting the longitudinal movement.ScanningFirstly, after a Bridge is assembled, adjusted for the surface contour, and the Magnetic Hold Downs aligned to the surface, the Dial Indicator must be Zeroed (Height or Scale).
Every time the Bridge is moved to a new location, these parameters (Contour, Alignment, and Hold Down position) must be rechecked and the Dial Indicator re-Zeroed. With the Bridge Type Pit Gauge fully assembled and placed on the workpiece, Pit Depths and Longitudinal travel can be made.
This travel permits the Dial Indicator's Contact Point to be moved along the work piece incrementally, to take multiple Pit Measurements. Longitudinal or position measurements are taken off the Scales that are fastened to the Extender Tees. The measurements (depth and length) can then be plotted to obtain a Cross-Sectional View of the corrosion profile.Scanning through a Pit is covered earlier in this guide, but merits repeating. Western's Dial Indicators have the special Push to Read feature, which allows the operator to Scan through a Pit to obtain an idea of the shape. By placing the index finger on the Plunger, the operator can put a slight amount of pressure onto the Contact Point. The operator then pulls the Pit Gauge Blade through the Pit, paying careful attention that the contact point does not catch on the surface. This allows the operator to watch the depth indications, so he will see both depth and length displacement.Operators should remember basic survey principles when plotting cross sections.
While ruggedly manufactured, these units should not be dropped or subject to strong Vibration or Impact. While manufactured from Corrosion Resistant Materials, Pit Gauges and their Dial Indicators should be kept clean and dry. Fit and Finish of Bridge Type Pit Gauges, as well as Standard Pit Gauge parts are very important.

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