Coating Thickness Paint Gauges (Dry Film)

Positector 6000Coating thickness gauges are used to test the dry film thickness of most metals, plus concrete, fibreglass, glass, and plastic. The gauges can measure coatings on ferrous substrates, such as steel, and non-ferrous substrates, such as stainless steel and aluminium and non-metals such as concrete, fibreglass, glass, plastic, gyprock and timber.

Our devices measure coatings that include powder coating, galvanising, plastic coating, and vitreous enamelling, just to name a few.

We sell, support and service a wide range of gauges and probes, capable of measuring coatings from 600micron to 63.5mm.

Your coating thickness gauges need to be verified as accurate when applying coatings, so for ongoing calibration, they are supplied with a working set of calibration films. For a traceable reference, certified films and coated plate standards are available.

Certified films are usually replaced every 12 months, whereas coated plate standards are used for long-term and can be re-certified every 12-24 months. A certified standard allows you to have as many paint gauges as you require onsite which can be verified and certified yourself. Certified films or standards are purchased when a company requires them for their own Quality Assurance system, or to prove to a client or external auditor that the gauge has been checked and is reading accurately. Working films do not have the traceability of a certified film or coated plate standard.

PCWI can check the gauges and issue conformance certificates, but the goal is for the customer with certified films or standards to be able to verify their own gauges, saving them time and money. And in using certified films or standards, there’s no real need to send a gauge back to a supplier such as PCWI, unless it is faulty.

 Application Types - For Coating Thickness Gauges

 

Application types for coating thickness gauges

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