Our new high specification Coating thickness Gauge is the ultimate tool for measuring the thickness of paint, the thickness of coatings and the thickness of powder coatings on all types of metal substrates in the field of coatings inspection equipment and supply a range of quality inspection equipment.
The gauge will measure coatings on ferrous (iron, steel) and non-ferrous substrates (aluminium). The gauge will sense the substrate under the coating and will switch automatically to the ferrous or non-ferrous measurement setting.
The gauge can be easily switched to measure and display readings in either in metric or imperial units of measurement.
The gauge has a 'flip' function that allows the user to turn the gauge through 180 degrees so that it can be used upside down for ease of reading at different angles.
Simple switch between mils or microns
Factory calibrated and ready to use straight out of the box
Large LCD flip-display making it easy to read in any position
Accurate readout in just 1 second
Memory will record the last 10 measurements
Auto on/off - Switches off after 30 seconds if not used within that time period saving battery life
Auto measurement - simply place on the surface to be measured
Auto detection and display of substrate type (Ferromagnetic or non-Ferromagnetic base)
Can be switched between Metric and Imperial measurement units (µm/mil)
Extremely portable, lightweight and supplied in rugged hard case for the ultimate protection
Supplied with pull off screen protector
Scope of Supply (Standard Delivery) : Hard Carry Case 4 Calibration Foils 2 Calibration Plates - Iron & Aluminium (1 Each) 1 Year Warranty AAA Alkaline Battery User Manual Calibration Certificate
Measurement Range: 0 to 50 mil or 0 to 1250 µm (microns) Accuracy: ± (0.1 mils + 3%) or ± (2 µm + 3%) Resolution: 1µm or 0.1mil Memory: 10 Readings Packed Weight: 0.52 Kg Packed Dimensions: 160 x 72 x 42 mm Gauge Weight: 0.15 Kg Gauge Size: 110 x 45 x 30 mm
Coatings that can be measured on Ferrous Substrates Steel : Aluminium, Brass, Bronze, Ceramic, Chrome, Copper, Epoxy Galvanising, Lacquer, Paint, Plastic, Plating, Powder (Cured) Rubber, Tin, Varnish, Zinc