Phase II Coating Thickness Gauge PTG-3500 - PTG-3500


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Phase II Coating Thickness Gauge - PTG-3500

The PHASE ll PTG-3500 series of gages can perform two different methods of calculating thickness measurement by utilizing the characteristics of both eddy current and magnetic induction. Testing performance is both non-destructive and extremely accurate.

The PTG-3500 utilizes an integrated probe that can automatically detect a ferrous or non-ferrous substrate and comes with 2 substrate samples (steel, aluminum), 4 calibrated thickness samples, carry case, batteries and operation manual.

With this state of the art thickness gauge, you can easily detect the thickness of nonmagnetic coating on a magnetic substrate (ferrous) or an insulating coating on a non-magnetic conductive substrate (non-ferrous) utilizing either an integrated probe or our version that comes with 1 auto-detect external probe.

These PHASE II coating thickness gauges can be used in many areas of industry including manufacturing, general engineering, commercial inspection, etc.

Main Technical Data:

Measuring range 0-1000 µ m max. or 0-40 mils
Resolution 0.1µ m / 0.1 mils (0-99µ m) or
1µ m (over 100µ m)
Guaranteed tolerance After one-point calibration:
+/- 1-3%n or 2µ m
(whichever is greater)
Display 4 digits (digit height = 10mm/0.4")
Min. measuring area 0.2" x 0.2" (5mm x 5mm)
Min. radius of curvature Convex: 0.12" (3mm)
Concave: 1.2" (30mm)
Min. substrate thickness Ferrous: 20 mils (0.5mm)
Non-ferrous: 2 mils (50 µ m)
Calibration Zero Calibration
Foil calibration
Max. Surface temperature of test object 302 degrees F
(contact time max is 2 seconds)
Power source 4 AA batteries
Dimensions 161 x 69 x 32mm
Weight 9oz. (260g)

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