Rieker manufactures mechanical inclinometers using precision glass tube and ball construction with engraved markings and customer specified color warning zones. All our tubes are filled with a proprietary damping fluid that controls the movement of the ball for a smooth and error free roll. The fluid combined with large, clear number and degree markings make it easy to get quick, accurate readings from this slip indicator under a wide variety of severe environmental conditions.
1040 Mechanical Inclinometer | Slip Indicator
Our 1040 is a compact rugged quick reference slip indicator with decades of aviation history. The small die-cast housing fits space-limited instrument panels, the engraved filled white markings make it easy to read quickly and will not wear off.
This unit is FAA 8130-3 certified under our PMA agreement.
Our 1040 mechanical inclinometer is a ±10 degrees unit with 5 degree increments. The housing is made of a rugged die-cast aluminum, making these clinometers extremely tough for all types of environments and weather conditions. With operating temperature ranging from -50°C to 75°C the 1040 is the perfect all-season inclinometer. The small footprint of the 1040 makes it perfect for those tight spots.