Compact Coating Thickness
Compact pocket coating thickness gauges
with connected cable probe and PC-interface for a convenient, fast and
nondestructive coating thickness measurement on virtually all metals.
Gauge with permanently
connected probe for various specimen's geometries (e.g. when
measuring area cannot be reached easily)
Two backlit LCD
displays for convenient reading of the measured values in all instrument
positions, even overhead
Acoustical and optical
signal of a measurement capture
at the push of a button: Arithmetic mean value; standard deviation of the
measured values, min and max values of a measurement series
Tolerance limits for
upper and lower limit values
Memory for max. 10.000
Delivery with PC
software FISCHER DataCenter with the following functionality: Transferring and archiving
measurement data, comprehensive statistical and graphical evaluations,easy
creation and printing of inspection reports
Measuring mode acc.
standard IMO PSPC for "Performance Standard for Protective
Coatings" of the International Maritime Organization
Measuring mode acc.
standard SSPC-PA2 of the "Society for Protective Coatings"
Typical fields of application
For measuring non-ferromagnetic metal
coatings, e.g., chrome, copper, zinc, as well as paint, varnish, enamel or
plastic coatings on steel and iron. (Measurement with the magnetic-inductive
method according to ISO 2178, ASTM D7091). This instrument is particularly
suited for highly precise measurements of thin coatings.
Based on the automatic substrate material
recognition and the combination of the two measurement methods
(magnetic-inductive and eddy-current according to ISO 2178, ASTM D7091 and ISO
2360), this universal instrument can be used to measure numerous coatings both
on iron/steel and on non-ferromagnetic metals and non-conducting carrier
Instrument especially designed for thick
coatings. Based on the automatic substrate material recognition and the
combination of the two measurement methods (magnetic and eddy-current according
to ISO 2178, ASTM D7091 and ISO 2360), this universal instrument can be used to
measure numerous coatings both on iron/steel and on non-ferromagnetic metals
and non-conducting carrier materials. The magnetic channel (Hall method)
allows for an extended measurement range.