What are Surplus Thread Gauges?
The screw thread gages in our surplus list are screw thread
gauges that have divergent pedigrees.
Some of the screw thread gages are new:
Purchased just to make a complete GO/NOGO screw thread gauge
Purchased at inventory liquidation of bankrupt screw thread
Purchased in error and on consignment from other customers.
Some of the screw thread gauges are used:
Purchased from multiple sources.
Purchased for a job now completed, and on consignment from
Some are slightly irregular:
Old standard markings but current and correct pitch diameters
to a current standard.
Ugly marked and abused handles.
Mix of Taperlock and Reversible styles to make a complete
GO/NOGO screw thread work plug gage set available.
All the screw thread gauges are:
Believed to be good working screw thread gages.
Repaired if that was required.
Calibrated with Certification (unless otherwise specified)
The screw thread gauges have been stored and protected.
The certifications are dated when they were done. The dates
may be years old, but the screw thread gages have not been
used since the certification was completed so it still tells
the actual condition of the screw thread gauge.
Any faults with the screw thread gages will be disclosed
and will not pass bad product.
This is easy. Just look on the list and see if the required
size screw thread gauge is listed. If found, call us and we
will verify if it is still in stock and the current price.
We take payment by credit card and shipment is made on the
next business day or sooner.
If the screw thread gage required is not found on the list,
call us anyway. We can sell screw thread gages from any USA
or UK screw thread gauge maker. We will be glad to provide
a quotation for screw thread gages, comparing the price and
lead-time combination from multiple screw thread gauge makers
and any special requirements which are presented.
We can be contacted by:
1. Contact Form. Click the tab just
below the phone number. This option is best for new customers
because it gives you a forum to submit your contact data and
an easy way for us to get you input into our computer files.
2. Telephone. The phone number is located in the upper right
hand corner of this page. This option is good if you have
one or a few standard thread gages that you require.
3. E-mail. The e-mail address
is located at the "Comments" section of this page. This may be your
preferred option. E-mail allows you to send a PDF copy of
your thread requirements, or a spread sheet of longer lists
4. Fax. Our fax number is given at the bottom of this page.
Fax is the old standby good way to send your quote request.
We are happy to continue to use this mode of communication
if it suits your needs best.