Features:The thickness gauge is used to measure the thickness of the plated and coatedsheeton metal, e.g. paint/enamel/ chrome on steel, paint and anodizing coating on aluminum/copper.The gauge takes the precision integrated probe, and uses principles of electro-magnetic inductionand the eddy current effect, which automatically detects the attributeof substrates.Application Field:The Gauge is designed for non-destructively measuring the thickness of coating and painting. It is essential for material surface treatment and widely used in manufacturing industry, metal-processing industry, chemical industry, commodity inspection area, and also able to work steadily in the laboratory, workshop and outdoor.Operating Principle:Thegauge adopts the principle of electromagnetic induction and eddy current effect.It has F probe and N probe.1.F probe works on the magnetic induction principle and should be used for detecting the non-magnetic coatings thickness such as chrome/copper/zinc/varnish/rubber on the iron/steel substrate.2.N probe works on the eddy current principle and should be used for detecting the insulating coatings thickness such as paint/anodizing/ceramics on the aluminum/copper/brass substrate.Specification:Probe FProbe NPrincipleMagnetic InductionEddy CurrentRange0~1300um0~51.2mil0~1300um0~51.2milAccuracy(3%+2um)(3%+0.08mil)(3%+2um)(3%+0.08mil)Resolution0.1um/0.01mil0.1um/0.01milCalibrationPoints: ZERO/50/100/250/500/1000umUnitsum, milminimum curvature radius convex: 1.5m
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