ElektroPhysik Coating Thickness Gauges
MiniTest 70E Coating Thickness Gauge
The MiniTest 70E is a pocket sized, lightweight and handy coating thickness gauge in a pencil format with a built-in sensor designed for easy operation, this gauge is the ideal tool to measure any ferromagnetic substrates (e.g. steel) and also for non-ferromagnetic substrates (non-ferrous metals like aluminium, brass etc.). With user friendly features which allows users to select units of mils or microns. The spring-mounted sensors are equipped with wear-resistant sensor poles for measurements on rough and abrasive substrates.
Designed for measurement of insulating coatings such as paint, enamels, anodic films etc, on non-ferrous metal bases such as aluminium, copper, brass, etc and for ferro-magnetic bases such as constructional steel, car bodies, etc.
MiniTest 70E-FN – Combination Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Model
Measuring range 0 to 3 mm / 118 mils on steel substrates and 0 to 2.5 mm / 95 mils on non-ferrous metals.
The MiniTest 70E Coating Thickness Gauge is delivered as a complete kit with:
– MiniTest 70E-FN – Calibration foils
– Operating instructions
– Gauge tether
– Belt pouch
The MiniTest 70E Series provides accurate, non-destructive coating measurements on steel and non-ferrous metals.
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- Accurate coating measurement of up to 3mm (F range) and 2.5 mm (N range).
- Wear-resistant probes with long service life.
- lightweight: 80 grams / 2.8 oz only.
- Pocket sized, compact coating thickness gauge.
- User friendly units selection option of Mils or Microns.
- Easy 1 button operation
|Measuring Range||Ferrous Substrates: 0 - 3 mm (0-120 mils) / Non-Ferrous Substrates: 0 - 2.5 mm (0-100 mils)|
|Measuring Principle||Magnetic-induction / Eddy current|
|Minimum curvature radius convex||50 mm|
|Minimum curvature radius concave||100 mm|
|Measuring units||Metric/Imperial switchable|
|Dimensions||Approx. 157 mm length, ⌀ 27 mm|
|Calibration modes||Factory calibration, no calibration required|
|Operating temperature range||-10 to 60 °C (14 - 140 °F)|
|Storage temperature range||-20 to 70 °C (-4 - 158 °F)|
|Accuracy||± (3 µm + 5 % of reading)|