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Screw Limit Gauge (Plug Gauge)

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Part Number
PG0204
PG025045
PG03035
PG0305
PG0405
PG0407
PG0505
PG0508
PG06075
PG0610
PG0810
PG08125
PG1010
PG1015
PG10125
PG1210
PG1215
PG12125
PG12175
PG1415
PG1420
PG1615
PG1620
PG1815
PG1825
PG2010
PG2025
PG2430
PG3015
PG3035
Part NumberVolume DiscountDays to Ship Nominal Pitch P Tip Processed Shape Supplement
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6 Days or more

M20.4Pointed Tip ModelIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M2.50.45Pointed Tip ModelIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M30.35Pointed Tip ModelIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M30.5Pointed Tip ModelIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M40.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M40.7FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M50.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M50.8FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M60.75FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M61FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M81FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M81.25FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M101FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M101.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M101.25FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M121FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M121.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M121.25FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M121.75FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M141.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M142FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M161.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
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6 Days or more

M162FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

7 Days or more

M181.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

7 Days or more

M182.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M201FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M202.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M243FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

6 Days or more

M301.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.
Available

7 Days or more

M303.5FlatIn the ISO grade gauge, the distinction between use for inspection and use for manufacturing has been eliminated for both the go and no-go sides. The pass-fail decision for the no-go gauge is based on the ISO grade gauge method on screws not being turned in excess of 2 rotations. In the conventional JIS gauge (1, 2, 3 grades) method, the screws are not turned in excess of 2 rotations.

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Product Model Thread Plug Gauge Class Equivalent to Former JIS2 Grade Accuracy 6H

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