Bowers unveils new Trimos V1 and V1+ height gauges

Bowers Group has announced the release of the Trimos V1 and V1+ height gauges. Designed for consistency and accuracy, the V1 offers user-friendly features for immediate application, guaranteeing reliable and precise measurements.

"We are excited to introduce the Trimos V1 and V1+ height gauges to the UK market," said Ryan Kingswell, UK sales manager at Bowers Group. "These instruments demonstrate our dedication to providing innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of our customers. With their user-friendly design and impressive precision, this range of height gauges offer an ideal solution for those new to precision measurement or looking to make the transfer from more traditional tools.”

Set to replace the current the mini vertical height gauge, the Trimos V1 is designed to be the ideal entry-level instrument. Its intuitive design simplifies unidirectional measurements and tracing, providing users a simple transition from manual scribers to advanced height gauges.

Building on the foundations of the V1, the V1+ offers enhanced capabilities for users looking for more advanced measurement options. With bi-directional measurement functionality, fine adjustment, and constant measuring force, the V1+ delivers impressive versatility, without the need for extra accessories.

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