Non-Certified Plastic Shims. Simulate a coating over a particular substrate material or shape. Gage performance can be conveniently verified on a regular basis as required by some international test methods. For use with all type 2, electronic coating thickness gages. Protects the probe from damage or premature wear when placed over hot or abrasive surfaces. Can be placed on top of soft or tacky coating films to obtain thickness measurements without the gage probe depressing the coating film. Provide a quick operational check of the instrument by allowing the user to perform practice measurements. Can be used to protect the probe when measuring on tacky, rough or hot surfaces. Labeled in both metric and imperial units. A package of 5 non-certified shims is included with all Defelsko electronic coating thickness gages (type 2). Set includes: orange shim with +/- 20 percent accuracy, 25 micrometer (1 mil) thickness, red shim with +/- 10 percent accuracy, 25 micrometer (2 mils) thickness, blue shim with +/- 5 percent accuracy, 25 micrometer (5 mils) thickness, brown shim with +/- 5 percent accuracy, 25 micrometer (10 mils) thickness, yellow shim with +/- 5 percent accuracy, 25 micrometer (20 mils) thickness.
Analog Push Pull Gauge with compact size and high accuracy. They are easy to operate and handy. Single click on a knob on the device will convert the movement of the indication needle from the peak force indication (the needle stands still indicating peak force) to the tracking indication(the needle moves in accordance with change of force) . As two types of scales (Newton scale and kilogram scale) are available and you can choose the most suitable graduation from the range of 10N(1kgf) to 500N(50kgf) for your measurement purpose.
â€¢Simultaneous display of two scales without any shift of measurement conversion.
â€¢Easy operation and can be installed on all testing tables.
â€¢Pointer style makes figure-reading easy and precise
â€¢Peak value maintenance and load capacity real-time display can be flexibley shifted.
â€¢Reliable quality and fine package make the force gauge easy to keep and maintain
The Mitutoyo 513 series dial test indicator has a white or yellow face, an 8mm stem diameter, and metric measurements. The indicator has a reversible measuring direction and an adjustable contact point, and is used to measure surface variations in narrow or recessed areas. The horizontal face is parallel to the axis of the indicator and three dovetail mounts, and can be mounted either horizontally or vertically from the front, top, or back of the indicator. It has a unified outer frame that prevents oil and water from permeating the front face, a hard frame body that provides rigidity and durability, and a clear, flat, and scratch-resistant crystal face. This dial indicator meets Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) B7533-1990. The basic set includes a dial indicator, a 2mm carbide contact point, an 8mm diameter stem, a knurled clamp ring, and a plastic storage box.Dial readings with three digits, such as 0-10-0, signify that the indicator has a balanced dial. Dial readings with two digits, such as 0-100, indicate that the dial has a continuous dial. Balanced dials are used to read the difference from a specific surface reference point. Continuous dials are used for direct readings and usually have a larger measurement range than balanced dials. Optional features include jeweled bearings for high sensitivity and accuracy, a revolution counter to measure overall change, a yellow face that meets ANSI standards for metric indicators or white face, and double scale that is numbered both clockwise and counter-clockwise for reading in both directions.Dial indicators are also called dial gauges, dial calipers, and probe indicators. These precision measuring tools are used to accurately measure small linear distances and object sizes. The dial magnifies the measurement so that it can more easily be read by the human eye. Frequently used in manufacturing, laboratories, and other industrial or mechanical fields, dial indicators are used anywhere a small measurement must be found and recorded or transferred, such as checking ...
The calibrated Mitutoyo 7300SCAL dial thickness gauge is for measuring the thickness of workpieces. This gauge has a measurement range of 0 to 0.5", a resolution of 0.001", and an accuracy of + or - 0.001". The dial indicator face is white for precise and readable measurements in inches. The anvil is flat and the contact point and anvil are ceramic for corrosion-resistance. This model has a grip handle, thumb trigger, and spring-loaded spindle for accurate measurements. Mitutoyo calibrated tools include a Certificate of Calibration that provides evidence that the tool has been calibrated and is within allowable error specifications. Mitutoyo calibrated tools are certified by Mitutoyo's American Association for Laboratory Accreditation-accredited calibration laboratory (A2LA Certificate #750-01) to the International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) 17025 International Standard for testing and calibration laboratories.This gauge has a measuring force of 1.4 Newtons (N) or less.SpecificationsAnvil/spindle typeFlat, spring-loaded spindle, ceramicRange0 to 0.5"Graduations0.001"Accuracy+ or - 0.001"FaceDial with white face displays in inchesBodyStandard type, grip handle, and thumb triggerMeasuring forceLess than 1.4NShipping weight1.15lb.Mitutoyo manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology equipment, and related systems. The company, founded in Tokyo in 1934, formed Mitutoyo America Corporation in 1963 with headquarters in Aurora, IL.What's in the Box?Mitutoyo 7300SCAL gaugeCertificate of Calibration
Landtek Instruments Paint Coating Thickness Meter Gauge with F and NF Probes
Manufacturer: Gain Express Holdings Ltd.
Brand: Gain Express
Features: The F probes measure the thickness of non-magnetic materials such as paint, plastic procelain enamel, copper, zinc, aluminum, chrome etc. on magnetic materials such as iron, nickel and etc. It is often used to measure the thickness of galvanizing layer, lacquer layer, porcelain enamel layer, phosphide layer, copper tile, aluminum tile, some alloy tile and paper etc. The NF probes measure the thickness of non-magnetic coatings on non-magnetic metals. It is used on anodizing, varnish, paint, enamel, plastic coatings,powder applied to aluminum, brass and non-magnetic stainless steel etc. Used the exclusive Micro-computer LSI circuit and crystal time base to offer high accuracy measurement & fast measuring time. Specifications: Measuring range:0-1000um/0-40mil Operating Principle: magnetic induction & eddy current (F & NF) Resolution:*0.1 um(0-99.9um) , 1um (over 100um) Accuracy: Â±1-3%n or 2.5 um (Whichever is the greater) Battery indicator: low battery indicator With Metric/Imperial readings, mils and microns Automatic or Manual shut down (power off) Display: 4 digits, 10mm LCD Power supply: 4 x 1.5V AA battery (UM3) (not included) Operating conditions: 0-50Â°C Temperature,;80%RH Humidity Set Includes: 1 x Coating Thickness Gauge (main unit) 1 x F Probe 1 x NF Probe Calibration Foils Iron Substrate Aluminum Substrate 1 x English User's Manual Carrying Case with maximum shock absorbent rubber Â
Certified Plastic Shims. Simulate a coating over a particular substrate material or shape. Gage performance can be conveniently verified on a regular basis as required by some international test methods. For use with all type 2, electronic coating thickness gages. Protects the probe from damage or premature wear when placed over hot or abrasive surfaces. Can be placed on top of soft or tacky coating films to obtain thickness measurements without the gage probe depressing the coating film. Certified shims provide an economical alternative to Coated Metal Plates but have a reduced accuracy. Each shim is packaged in its own protective plastic pouch. Certificate of calibration showing traceability to NIST is included with each shim or set of shims. Certified and labeled in both metric and imperial units. Accuracy: +/- 2 micrometer (+/- 0.08 mils). Set includes with thickness: 25 micrometer (1 mil) CS1 orange shim; 50 micrometer (2 mils) CS2 red shim; 75 micrometer (3 mils) CS3 green shim; 125 micrometer (5 mils) CS5 blue shim; 250 micrometer (10 mils) CS10 brown shim; 500 micrometer (20 mils) CS20 yellow shim; 1000 micrometer (40 mils) CS40 white shim; 1500 micrometer (60 mils) CS60 black shim.
The PosiPen by DeFelsko is a simple, easy-to-use instrument for measuring non-magnetic coatings such as paint, enamel, plating, and hot-dip galvanizing on steel. Its convenient form factor is simillar to a ballpoint pen. The PosiPen has a very small, unique magnet which can be placed with pin-point accuracy on extremely small parts, and on peaks and in valleys. In many cases, the compact design of the PosiPen enables it to measure where no other handheld instrument, mechanical or electronic, can accurately measure. The PosiPen is also ideal for supervisors or inspectors who desire a quick spot check without the size, cost, or complexity of a more advanced electronic instrument. The PosiPen is easy to use- simply place the tip of the PosiPen on the coated surface and allow the magnet to make contact. Pull the PosiPen straight from the object to be measured while keeping close watch on the appropriate indicator. Note the reading when the magnet releases. The PosiPen features scales in imperial and metric units on opposite sides of the instrument for use with any specification. Each PosiPen comes complete with leather pouch (with belt clip), instructions, Long Form Certificate of Calibration traceable to PTB, and two year warranty.