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The use of coatings are now common place. They are employed to improve the performance of engineering components, or to modify the surface of an item to enhance its performance in a particular application. Typical examples include hard coatings on cutting tools or bioactice coatings in biomedical implants. While the use of such coating materials improves the performance of the substrate material, their is usually also an optimal coating thickness, which may be dictated by the material, the deposition technique or economic factors. Whether you are a manufacturer involved with coating production or an end-user using coated components, being able to gauge the coating thickness can be of critical importance.
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The new Mikrotest 7 combines the proven measuring principle of magnetic attraction with digital technology. It offers both high resolution measurement and ease of use. The measurement principle is still based on the attraction force of a permanent magnet on steel as defined in all International Standards.
The PosiTector 6000 is a rugged, weatherproof coating thickness gauges for accurate measurement of coating thicknesses on all metal substrates.
The Filmetrics F20s are general-purpose film thickness measurement instruments, and are used in thousands of applications worldwide. Thickness and refractive index can be measured in less than a second. Like all of our thickness measurement instruments, the F20 connects to the USB port of your Windows™ computer and sets up in minutes.
We manufacture our coating thickness gauges for convenience and ease-of-use in addition to accuracy, and design them in a variety of models (handheld, benchtop, multi-purpose).
Integrated probe for measurements on ferrous and non-ferrous materials, with automatic substrate recognition.
The Calotest, available from CSM Instruments, is used for determining coatings with thicknesses of 0.1 to 50 µm.