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|Mini Thickness 0.4mm
|Single-point And Double-point
|Manual Or Automatic Shut Down
Custom Non Destructive Testing Equipment,
Portable Non Destructive Testing Equipment,
Portable Coating Thickness Gauge
Built-in Probe Resolution 0.1um Integrated Dual Coating Thickness Meter Support F and NF
iThick-300 Coating Thickness Gauge is a magnetic and non-magnetic and dual-use equipment with a wide range of use. The technical parameters are of full compliance with national standards.
iThick-300 is magnetic, eddy portable coating thickness gauge, the application of dual-function measurement technology, can automatically identify magnetic and non-magnetic substrate, and then use the appropriate test method for a variety of measurement environment both for the laboratory and engineering field.
iThick-300 can be widely used in manufacturing, metal processing industry, chemical industry, commodity inspection and testing fields. It is a l essential instrument to material protecting field.
● Fast recognition identification of iron matrix non-ferrous matrix;
● Fast, non-destructive and accurate coating and plating thickness measurement;
● Two calibration methods: Single-point and double-point calibration;
● The basic calibration method can be used for probe system updating error correction to ensure the accuracy of the instrument in the measurement process;
● Negative display function to ensure the accuracy of the zero-point calibration of the instrument, improve test accuracy;
● Operation process has buzzing reminder
● Manual or automatic shut down.
● Battery voltage indication: Low Voltage indication;
● Micro-power design, in the standby state is less than 10 micro amps;
● Measurement Method: F-Magnetic Induction/NF-Eddy Current.
|Integrated Dual Coating Thickness Gauge
|0~1250um (Other ranges can be customized)
|Protruding 5mm / Concave 5mm
|Minimum Measuring Area
|Min. Sample Thickness
|Temp. 0-40℃, Humidity: 10-85%RH
|Zero-point calibration: ±(1+3%H)；Two-point calibration: ±【(1%～3%H)】H+1.5
|Metric / Imperial
|Metric / Imperial
|AA batteries * 2
Coating Thickness Gauge principle
Magnetic Induction Method
|Measuring the thickness of non-magnetic coating on magnetic metal matrix
|Such as chrome aluminum, iron, alloy and hard magnetic steel on enamel, rubber, paint, plastic, copper, aluminum tin, powder synthetic materials, chromium Lead. Phosphide layer of tin. Cadmium oxide ceramic .. etc. covering layer of conductive or non-conductive does not matter, it just needs to be the non-magnetic.
Eddy Current Method
|Measure the thickness of non-conductive coating of non-magnetic metal matrix
|Such as copper, aluminum, tin, non-magnetic stainless steel, gold, enamel on silver, rubber, paint, plastic powder synthetic material. Oxide layer and so on. Overlay can only be an insulating layer, can not conduct electricity.
|Matrix:Iron Matrix / Aluminum Matrix
Why you need to Calibrate a Coating Thickness Gauge before testing?
Calibration of coating thickness gauges will be affected by the type of material, the shape and the surface finish of the metal substrate to be tested.
For example the magnetic properties of steel alloys vary and the conductivity of different aluminium alloys and different non-ferrous metals, copper, brass, stainless steel etc. also vary. These variations can affect the linearity of a coating thickness gauge. This means that a gauge set-up on mild steel for example will read a different value for the same thickness coating on high carbon steel. Similar linearity effects are seen on thin or curved substrates and particularly on profiled substrates such as blast cleaned steel used for structural steelworks.
To overcome these effects most coating thickness gauges have features that allow you to set the gauge to the work being carried out, thus maximising the accuracy of the readings.
Adjusting a Coating Thickness Gauge
Adjustment is the technique whereby you can set-up the coating thickness gauge for the conditions prevailing for the work in hand. In addition to material differences, shape and surface finish the adjustment may be carried out at an elevated temperature or in the presence of a stray magnetic field. By adjusting the coating thickness gauge to these prevailing conditions the resulting errors are greatly reduced and even eliminated.
The effect of surface roughness, particularly that produced by deliberately profiling the substrate by blast cleaning with either grit or shot or by mechanical cleaning, is quite significant.
Contact Person: Mr. Raymond Chung