A measuring wheel has been something people have used to measure distances with since the 17th century. It certainly has had many names over the years, one of the first names was the surveyor’s wheel and was mainly used to measure distances between places like towns and cities. The device has also been called Clickwheel, Waywiser, Trundle Wheel or Perambulator.
Choosing a Measuring Wheel
When it comes to choose the best wheel for your needs there are a few general rules to consider.
Is the wheel used for indoor or outdoor work. If it is Indoor work only, then a small wheel up to 12 cm in Diameter will be fine. If it is predominantly outdoor work on sealed roads, paving, schools yards etc then 15 cm to 32 cm diameter wheels are more suitable. If you are in sandy, or boggy ground in rural areas and have to cover larger distances then we have wheels up to 1m in Diameter.
If you have the budget and love digital technolgy then we also carry a range of wheels with digital readout displays to help make your job easier.
Measuring Wheels are used for : Civil, Roadworks, Rail Track Measuring, Agricultural & Rural, Interior Measurements, Government Dept & Schools, Mining and measuring your garden.
We also sell the following Rail Track Measuring Wheels: