Milton’s New Service Gage Is
Exclusive “Quick Click™” System Offers Dial-In Accuracy
CHICAGO (October 30, 2018) – Milton Industries new 900 Series Field Re-Calibratable Service Gage provides patent-pending “Quick Click™” accuracy. Each click of the calibration tool adjusts the PSI by +/-0.25.
The Field Re-Calibratable Gage has a range of 10-160 PSI. It features a corrosion-resistant chrome-plated brass tubular body and a premium black anodized aluminum indicator bar. An extended-reach chuck and off-set head make it easier to measure tire pressure at almost any angle. A simple hanging hook allows for easy access wall storage.
“The 900 Series Gage is designed for precise measurements and daily use” says Greg Carlson, President and CEO of Milton Industries. “We’re very proud that it is designed and assembled in the USA, right here in our Chicago plant.”
The 900 series is a rugged, handy tool for a home garage or busy automotive repair or tire shop.
Milton Industries gages and pneumatic accessories are available at most automotive/heavy-duty tool jobbers and parts dealers, farm & agricultural retailers, hardware stores, industrial distributors and ecommerce sites.
About Milton Industries
Based in Chicago, Illinois, Milton Industries was founded in 1943 as a family business focused on compressed air accessories. Today, Milton is celebrating its 75th Year and manufactures over 1500 pneumatic coupler, plug and accessory SKU’s and continues to be privately-held. The majority of Milton’s products are proudly Made in the USA with U.S. and Global Components.
Milton Industries invented many industry-standard products, including: M-Style® KWIK® Change Couplers and Plugs, Window Inflator Gages, Safety Blow Guns, and the original compressed air hose-based Driveway Signal chimes and bell.
For more information visit: miltonindustries.com.
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