The Clinic Nautical Square 100x80mm is an important measurement instrument in different specialties and occasions. It is a plastic device that is used to measure certain angles from the vertical position.
It is used in different boats to navigate safely, it is essential on the high seas, both on fishing days, and in the days of tranquility and relaxation in the ocean.
This is an ideal instrument to measure the inclination of the keel of a vessel and, consequently, the difference in draft between the bow and the stern. It must be taken into account that the keel of a vessel is the most important epicenter of any vessel, since it constitutes the skeleton of the vessel.
Features of Square Nautical Clinometer 100x80mm
- This clinometer or nautical inclinometer is of two scales: (45-0-45), (5-0-5).
- Your material is white plastic.
- It has measures of 100 x 80mm.
- It is very resistant so it can last a long time, even when exposed to the sun and salt water.
- It is not damaged and its reinforced plastic does not crack with dryness, very useful because it extends its useful life, which makes the investment worthwhile.
Importance of 100x80mm Square Nautical Clinometer
The 100x80mm Square Nautical Clinometer is an instrument used to measure the list or inclination of the vessel with respect to the sea. The list of the ship or inclination can be measured either to the port or to the starboard, and it can be due to a bad stowage, due to the shift of the cargo or due to the balance of the ship due to the state of the sea.
The importance of having a 100x80mm Square Nautical Clinometer always on the boat is that it can be easily prevented in case the sea is not in good condition to navigate and is dangerous, being able to alter the course of the boat before generating damage.
Use of 100x80mm Square Nautical Clinometer
On the high seas, the 100x80mm Square Nautical Clinometer is used to measure the inclination of the keel of a vessel and, consequently, the difference in draft between the bow and stern. The keel of a ship is the most important epicenter of any vessel, since it constitutes the skeleton of the same.
This measurement allows to know the degree of depth that the boat has reached. In this way you will always know to what depth you are and the possibilities of anchoring the boat or navigating in certain places, where the waters are not so deep.