333 Approximately 32" - 51" (81-130 cm)

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For Permanent Fixtures

The 333 Type pedestal stands are ideal for permanent installations requiring excellent stability and a variable-height column lift. This stand has a working height range from a minimum of 31" (79 cm) to a maximum of 50" (127 cm), not including any adapters which may be mounted on top of the intermediate tube. This height measurement is taken from the floor to the top of the intermediate tube, on which all instrument mount accessories are attached. Custom heights are easily manufactured.

A variety of stand adapters, slides, lifts, and various instrument mounts fit into the intermediate tube. The stand has an air cushion safety stop to prevent the column from "free falling" and damaging the instrument in the event that the ratchet pawl and lift handle are both released at the same time.

The baseplate is a 1" (2.54 cm) thick steel plate with a diameter of 15" (38.1 cm). Four 1-1/16" (2.7 cm) mounting holes are equally spaced on an 11" (27.9 cm) diameter bolt circle on this baseplate. It is also outfitted with four 5/8"-11 UNC-2B threaded leveling screws on a 14" (35.6 cm) diameter bolt circle to provide a means for adjustment to set the stand vertical.

Stands in this group are used for permanent installations of all types of metrology instrumentation, and are often used in test, calibration, or constant monitoring applications.

Standard options for 333 Pedestal Stand

Model and Height Description Adapter
32" - 51"
63.5 - 96.5 cm
Model 333STK with 235-3 hollow adapter having 3 1/2" - 8 thread (shown right). The 235-3 adds 0.975" (24.8 mm) to the stand height. Weight: 138 lbs (63 kg)

May Be Used With

Accepts any product having an internal 3½"-8 thread
See also our entire line of stand accessories and instrument adapters.

Finish Black
Min Height in 32
Min Height mm 813
Max Height in 51
Max Height mm 1,295
Weight, Product (Approx.) lb 138
Weight, Product (Approx.) kg 63
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