Coating Thickness Gage
The SPI coating thickness gauge can perform two different methods of calculating thickness measurement by utilizing the characteristics of both eddy current and magnetic induction.
Testing performance is both nondestructive and extremely accurate.
Sleek state of the art thickness gauge easily detects the thickness of non-magnetic coating on a magnetic substrate (ferrous) or an insulating coating on a non-magnetic conductive substrate (nonferrous).
Can be used in many areas of industry including automotive, manufacturing, general engineering, commercial inspection, etc.
Flip display for reading upside down.
Includes: unit, 2 substrate samples (steel, aluminum), 4 calibrated thickness samples, operation manual, batteries, and carrying case. Main Technical Data
Measuring range: 0 - 1000 µm max. or 0 - 40 mils. g Guaranteed tolerance: ± (2µm+3%) ± (0.1 mils +3%) g Display: 3 digits (digit height = 15 mm)
Min. measuring area: 0.2" x 0.2" (5 mm x 5 mm) g Min. radius of curvature: Convex: 0.12" (3 mm), Concave: 1.2" (30 mm)
Min. substrate thickness: Ferrous: 20 mils (0.5 mm), Nonferrous: 2 mils (50 µm).
Calibration: zero calibration, foil calibration. g Max. surface temperature of test object: 302° F (contact time max. is 2 seconds).
Memory: 10 measurements g Power source: 1 AAA battery g Dimensions: 4.25" x 1.80" x 0.885
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