A clinometer is an optical device used by surveyors for measuring elevation angles above the horizon. It has a sight that can be directed to a certain point and, because a protractor turns with it and is projected through a prism, one can read the inclination. It is a portable version and has a 7 cm diameter and a good condition. ‘service pattern clinometer 1913 consolidated cs toronto “tycos” no 11’ is engraved on the side of the instrument.
SKU: 250331/f Category: Surveying
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