Potable Stadiometer

Portable Stadiometer

The stadiometer is a popular measuring instrument used to measure human height. Medical authorities are using this instrument as an instrument for routine medical examinations, clinical trials, and experiments.

Official Video Portable Stadiometer

Dimension :400 mm x 2110 mm x 430 mm
Weight :4.000 gram
Measuring range :100 mm - 2050 mm
Base Stadiometer :Alumunium Cast
Pipe :Alumunium Hollow
Head Slider :Nylon & Stainless Steel
Tas Ekslusif :Parasut

Function and Usability

The stadiometer instrument is used to measure the height of the human body for both adults and children. This instrument can be the first choice for you to make measurements that are more accurate and precise. Its portable form makes it easy for us to take measurements anytime and anywhere. The stadiometer is a popular measuring instrument used to measure human height. Medical experts are using this instrument as an instrument for routine medical examinations, clinical trials, and experiments.

The advantages of the Stadiometer

  • The scale that is clearly visible when measuring makes it easy to read the stadiometer results
  • Base stadiometer that is thicker and wider to maintain body balance
  • Instrument installation is simple and can be done by anyone
  • Certainty in measurement allowance
  • Exclusive practical bag for storing instruments

Why Using Metrisis Stadiometer?

  • Best Quality Material
  • Competitive Prices
  • Ergonomic Design
  • There are a Usage and Installation Tutorial
  • Complete with an exclusive bag
  • 100% Original Made in Indonesia

How to Install a Stadiometer

The following video is a detailed, clear and efficient tutorial on how to install a Stadiometer. The shape of the Stadiometer is easy to install, because we have adjusted it to the needs of our customers from various agencies throughout Indonesia.

How to Measure using the Stadiometer

To provide convenience and an overview of measuring height using a Stadiometer, in the following video we provide a tutorial on how to measure precisely using our instrument. Check out the full explanation in the following video.