ULTRASONIC THICKNESS GAUGES
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   These well proven non-destructive gauges for wall thickness measurement and lamination detection are now the ultimate word in inspection, quality control and corrosion monitoring. 
   Velocity measurement facilitates metallurgical studies like nodularity, graphite size and tensile strength of castings. Probes of 2.5 and 5 MHz and various contours (shapes) cover all thickness gauge needs even at elevated temperatures. 

  

  mP-1200-DL is the latest in this series, with much improved data logger, circuitry and probes.
  mP-200L has a 0.01 mm resolution, 200 reading data logger and a printer port.
 
compu-T is low cost, with 0.1 mm resolution is excellent for corrosion monitoring

   All the gauges have auto probe setting and direct entry of thickness / velocity for calibration, thus eliminating the need for having samples of various materials.
   Custom made LCD display with legends and keyboard operation make these gauges very easy to use giving reliable and repeatable results.
  

COATING THICKNESS GAUGE
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 Dual purpose gauge for measuring coatings on ferrous (magnetic) as well as non-ferrous materials. Completely cuts out guess work from coating thickness measurement usually associated with magnetic pull type of mechanical gadgets. Compact and rugged construction with custom liquid crystal display and key pad controls makes these gauges extremely reliable.

 

 The FD-Electromagnetic induction probe measures non-magnetic (metallic or non-metallic) coatings on ferrous (magnetic) base materials.   The ND-Eddy-current probe measures non-conducting (non-metallic) coatings on conducting base materials (non-ferrous metallic).
     MICRONSTAT gives statistical results and has a printer port.
    
MICRONTEST (Low cost) without these functions is otherwise similar 
     and has  same accuracy and repeatability.
    
    
mPRINT : Plain paper, field (micro-dot) printer. mPRINT operates on rechargeable 
     batteries and uses a reliable EPSON mechanism. It can directly print from
    
PULSECHO and OPTEL Instruments.

        mPRINT