Accurate measurement of electroplating and galvanizing for plated metals over ferrous substrates
ADVANCED METALLIC COATING MEASUREMENT
The CMl243® is an essential tool for any metal finisher. It has a flexible and easy-to-use
design with the ECP-m probe which uses phase-sensitive eddy current technology. With the
CMI243® using the ECP-m probe it is possible to accurately measure metallic coatings over ferrous substrates - even on small, odd-shaped or rough surfaces. This gauge is ideal for use on fasteners and transportation components, featuring user-friendly controls and performance that is comparable to X-ray fluorescence (XRF) instruments. For added value, the CMI243® can be expanded with a magnetic induction probe for measuring paint and other coatings on magnetic substrates.
PHASE-SENSITIVE EDDY CURRENT TECHNOLOGY
More reliable than conventional eddy current and magnetic induction gauges, especially for small parts or parts with complex geometry. Accuracy within ±1% (with reference to standards) and precision within 0.3%.
ADVANCED ECP-m PROBE
Our ECP-m probe was designed specifically for difficult metallic coating applications. This probe can measure metallic coatings, such as zinc, nickel, copper, chrome or cadmium on ferrous substrates. Its tip provides easy measurement of small, odd-shaped or rough components.
PACKAGE CONSISTS OF:
| ECP-m Probe with guide.
| Zinc calibration standards.
| Optional: SMP-1 (magnetic probe) can be purchased separately.
| Accuracy: ±1% with respect to reference standards.