Mikrometry Coating Thickness Meter will measure all coatings on metallic substrates using the magnetic induction or eddy-current principles, ensuring the correct coating thickness gauge measurement instruments have been applied, such as paint, lacquers, sealants, or plating. The coating thickness checking gauge machine is a professional and easy-to-use tool. High dust, gas pollution, changes in humidity and temperature will not stop the operation of this device measuring thickness.
Mikrometry coating handheld thickness gauge tester or detector provide fast and accurate measurement of the thickness of the metal coating layer. Depending on the substrate, Fe stands for iron-based and NFe stands for aluminum-based. This material thickness gauge measurer, produced by measuring instruments manufacturers, is equipped with a 2-in-1 probe to automatically identify the substrate.
The thickness indicator has various types and specifications, for example, thickness gauge of 0.5mm,1mm and 1.2mm, and can be used electronic automative paint thickness gauge, color thickness meter, mini digital thickness gauge, metal thickness detector, galvanized coating thickness gauge, digital glass or metal thickness gauge and so on in many fields.And our digital coating thickness meter and tester gauge price are very reasonable and affordable for our customers.
Mikrometry coating thickness gauge ETG15FN is an economical choice that provides the hi quality measure of the paint thickness of car. This portable meter designed for noninvasive coating thickness measurements.This tester is designed to not-destructively measure the thickness of Fe and NFe.Learn More >
The thickness gauge has high precision and good stability. It can detect the thickness of the non-conductive coating on the non-magnetic metal substrate quickly, without damage and precision. Because of its small volume and integration of probe and instrument, the instrument is especially suitable for engineering field detection.
The thickness of non-magnetic coatings (such as aluminum, chromium, copper, enamel, rubber, paint, etc.) on magnetic metal substrates (such as steel, iron, alloy, hard magnetic steel, etc.) can be measured nondestructively by the thickness gauge based on magnetic induction principle.
Take the automobile as an example: through the thickness of automobile paint, we can roughly understand the painting and sheet metal situation of the automobile, and indirectly judge the degree of injury after the accident, to provide users with quantifiable paint thickness data.
Measure the thickness of metal coating or automobile spray paint to judge the corresponding situation of the product.
When the magnetic induction principle is adopted, the thickness of the coating is measured by the magnetic flux flowing into the Fe substrate from the probe through the nFe coating; when the eddy current principle is adopted, the electromagnetic field is generated in the probe coil by the high-frequency AC signal, and the eddy current is formed when the probe is close to the conductor. The closer the probe is to the conductive substrate, the greater the eddy current and the greater the reflection impedance.
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