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Currently delivered in RAL 7034
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The NECLI Clinometer by Breithaupt is a hand held optical device that provides fast and precise readings due to liquid damping and precision of the circle. It provides simultaneous readings of the target and scale in its 46 mm diameter eyepiece. The circle of the optical hand clinometer is equipped with four unique graduations, with each one being applicable to surveys depending on the respective measuring of the inclination. The NECLI can be used to determine the heights of various structures such as buildings and trees, as well as measure distances and inclinations. Additionally, the NECLI clinometer possesses a high measuring accuracy with readings of 0,1°. This product is currently delivered in RAL 7034.
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– Azimuth dial: diameter 60 mm
– Inner circle diameter 48 mm with interval of graduation 2°
– Reading by estimation 1°
– Numbering every 10°
– Declination adjustment up to 360°
– Declination adjustment without opening the instrument housing
– Dip measuring range 270° graduated in 5° intervals
– Global Magnetic needle red/black
– Gravity driven clinometer
– Hinge inclinometer
– Needle locking mechanism
– Circular spirit level
– Ruler 50 mm
– One piece waterproof housing
– Dimensions of closed compass (mm) 86 x 70 x 20
– Total weight 240 g
– Stratum compass
– Vertical inclinometer with 1° graduations, visible from side and above
– Dip measuring range 270° graduated in 1°
– Brunton style spirit level clinometer +/- 90°, 1° graduations
– Azimuth circle with 1° graduations
– Global needle
– Needle locking mechanism
– Declination adjustable +/- 60°
– Inclination adjustable
– Circular spirit level for horizontal accuracy
– Sighting mirror
– Rugged, light weight aluminised one piece waterproof housing
– Case included
– Dimensions (closed) 72 x 93 x 27.5 mm
– Weight: 330 grams
A tungsten carbide scriber for geophysical testing of minerals, performing scratch tests in the field according to the Mohs scale of hardness. Tungsten carbide is at 9 on the mohs scale of hardness and so this scriber is more suitable for harder minerals. Knurling along the body gives users extra grip and the built in magnet will allow for magnetic testing of iron bearing material. The tip is reversible for safe storage and a pocket clip allows for placing in your shirt pocket or along a notebook.
87 in stock
Size – 4 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in
Page Pattern – Geological
Binding – Sewn
Cover – Fabrikoid (yellow)
Number of Pages – 160
Weight – 0.65 lbs
Number of Sheets – 80
Out of stock
– Compass circle diameter 50 mm
– Precision compass needle (balanced for zone 1 – magnetic north)
* Can be balanced for use in other zones. Done automatically upon purchase or request.
– Graduation interval 1° (1g)
– Accuracy < 0,1° (0,2g)
– Numbering continuous from 10° to 10° (10g to 10g)
– Declination adjustment ±30°
– Vertical circle diameter 25 mm
– Graduation interval of inclinometer 5° (5g)
– Readings to 1° (1g)
– Graduation range quadrantal 235°
– Numbering from 20° to 20° (20g to 20g)
– Circular level 30’/2 mm
– Tracing edge 60 mm
– Dimensions of closed compass 74x96x25 mm
– Includes leather case
– Weight 275 g
Round plastic tubs or pots made, clear and easily seen through, they are ideal for the safe storage of many small items such as gemstones, plants, sediments, soil, hobby items and more. They measure 46 mm in diameter and are 23 mm high. Supplied with a tight snap shut lid.
Pea Grit (pisolite) is the name given to a Middle Jurassic limestone which is characterised by its large spherical grains or Pisoids, similar to ooliths. Specimens are supplied with a labelled card tray.
6 in stock
Plastic plate stands which are ideal for holding mainly flat items, such as plates, agate slices and other cut and polished mineral slabs. However, other items fit on them just as well, the parts come in two pieces and twist together making a single, robust clear stand. These stands are small and measure 50 mm tall with a 70 x 40 mm base.
Carboniferous ( Dinantian ) Limestone from the White Peak area of Derbyshire.
100 in stock
Carrstone is a sedimentary rock which has a distinct, rusty red colour. These particular specimens found in Wesctott, Surrey formed during the Cretaceous period, a friable rock, it is iron rich, obtaining its colour from leaching. Used commonly as a building stone, the samples we have available have various size options and come supplied in a card tray with a label.
50 in stock
Plastic plate stands, also used for displaying mineral slice specimens such as Agate. The stands fold out and become free standing with a sturdy base. The width of the stand is also adjustable due to the small clip which connects the two spreading legs together.
Millstone Grit. A coarse grained Carboniferous (Namurian) sandstone from the North of England.
90 in stock
Highly fossiliferous reef limestone from the 425 million year old Wenlock Series of the Silurian. Wren’s Nest, Dudley, West Midlands.
30 in stock
15 cell section geological specimen storage boxes, made from thick robust card which will not split or warp over time.Each box contains a plastic insert which allows you to store up to 15 samples of rocks, fossils, minerals or gemstones in. The cells are 55 x 55 mm and comes with a sturdy lid with a blue colour.
This red coloured Marl is a lime (Calcium Carbonate) rich mudstone from the Triassic of Gloucestershire. They are supplied in labelled card trays.
Iceland spar mineral specimens from Santa Eulalia, Chihuahua, Mexico, samples are crystal clear, exhibit perfect rhombic shape and excellent double refraction. They are available in 2 sizes only and will come supplied in a card tray with a label.
20 in stock
Species Name: Nummulites Laevigatus in limestone matrix
Age: Eocene, Cuisian Stage, approximately 47 million years ago
Location: Soissons, Aisne, France
Nummulites laevigatus foraminifera fossil specimens within a beige white limestone matrix, these micro fossils are excellent examples of these amoeboid protists, they exhibit exceptional details, dated to the Eocene period, they were found in Soissons, Aisne, France. Available in various sizes and supplied in a card tray with a label.