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If you put Quality In you get Quantity Out

A (TAPE) MEASURE OF QUALITY: CF FERTILISERS

CF Fertilisers Fertiliser Tape Measure 

 

This offer is now closed. Thanks for taking part!

To celebrate National Tape Measure Day (14/07/15) CF Fertilisers are giving away branded a tape measure to those who follow our corporate pages on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn and share the post.

(Valid for shares completed on the 14/07/15 only- subject to availability.  After this date the offer is closed.)

 

Size Matters

The wider the tape measure the greater the sign of quality. Poor quality, narrow ones will lose their shape after a few feet or so when extended. If you do a lot of measuring on your own, or need to be able to reach the ceiling without a ladder then this will impede your work. Do not fear, the CF Fertilisers tape measure, like all things we do, its great quality!

 

Tape Measure Facts: (which may or may not be true!)

 

  • On July 14, 1868, New Haven resident Alvin J. Fellows received patent number 79,965 for a tape measure in a circular case with a lock to hold the tape at the desired point.

  • A unique feature prevalent to most tape measures is a small diamond which is embedded every 19.2 inches. It is called black truss marking.

  • The Hook is Supposed to be Loose

  • Tape measures are typically stored rolled in a circle, and sometimes they retract into small containers, and these types of tape measures were originally referred to as ‘spring-click tapes’ and are now commonly called ‘retractable tape measures’.

  • The longest tape measure in the world is gold plated and was made in 1956 by a surveyor and tape-maker, Justus Roe, and it measures 180 metres (600 feet).

 

Happy Measuring!