CG304

Extech Coating Thickness Tester

Extech Coating Thickness Tester

Description

The Extech Coating Thickness Tester offers a non-destructive way of measuring the thickness of ferrous and non-ferrous substrates with auto recognition of the material being measured.

Features

  • Dual Technology provides Automatic Recognition Of Ferrous And Non-Ferrous Substrates
  • Magnetic Induction For Ferrous Substrates
  • Easy To Use Menu System
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Unique Bluetooth® interface feature wirelessly transmits measurement data to your PC for further analysis and to generate a documented report.

Applications:

  • Automotive paint thickness to determine if car has been in an accident before 
  • Quality inspection and monitoring of the process of anodizing or galvanizing
  • Suitable for paint manufacturers, painting inspectors, painters, and anti-corrosion painting contractors
  • Machine tools manufacturers, pipeline industry, and aeronautical industry

 

Features: 

  • Zero-point calibration function
  • Bluetooth interface includes software
  • Dot matrix LCD display with backlight and contrast
  • Memory stores 2500 readings in 50 groups with 50 readings in each group
  • Eddy current measurement for non-ferrous substrates
Notable Specifications:
  • Measuring Range: 0 to 2000μm
  • Accuracy: 0 to 78.7mils
  • Resolution: 0.1μm (0.01mils)
  • Minimum Curvature Radius: 1.5mm (59.06mils)
  • Minimum Diameter: 7mm (275.6mils)
  • Minimum Thickness: 0.5mm (19.69mils)
  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.4 x 1.25"
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Extech Coating Thickness Tester CG304 Coating Thickness Tester With Bluetooth
$249.99
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