Industrial measures constitute a wide array of concepts that cover standard sizes and measurements for objects used throughout industry for many purposes. Use Wolfram|Alpha to explore concepts such as diameter, temperature, voltage, area, volume and others used to define a set of standard measures, depending on the object's purpose.
Investigate properties of a specific wire gauge from a number of different gauge systems.
View and perform computations with properties of threaded fasteners, like diameter, threads per inch and other attributes.
Investigate the gauges used for hypodermic needle sizes, which can be compared to other gauges used by wires, drills and meshes.
Convert the area of coverage to the required volume of paint or primer, and vice versa.
Determine a resistor's resistance based on color codes or obtain the color code for a specified resistance.
Find dimensions and other information for standard knitting needle sizes.
Discover the thickness, gamma ray shielding and mass of various steel sheet gauges.
Study a diverse collection of drill bits, which includes a variety of sizes and gauges.
Specify the size of the sieve mesh opening and find the nearest standard size as well as the nearest gauges used in industry for comparison.
Obtain a wide variety of properties for many materials, including density, specific heat, thermal conductivity and emissivity.
Obtain a complete set of dimensions and the storage capacity for a given freight container.
Look up physical characteristics of tires with a given size designator.
Use the diameter specification, and optionally the length, to determine additional properties of pipes.
Explore many mechanical and miscellaneous properties for a given diameter of rope.
Query for properties of a battery, which can include names, voltage, capacity and dimensions.
Determine the nominal and actual dimensions of standardized lumber by specifying a board size or find the volume of lumber obtained from a log by using one of several formulas.
Convert gas mark scales to conventional cooking temperatures.