Equipped with the smallest probe of any magnetic pull-off gauge, the PosiPen is a miniature (5.5" long) gauge that measures the thickness of any non-magnetic coating applied to a ferrous substrate.
These small pocket-sized aluminum gauges are uniquely designed to measure the thickness of powder coatings after application but before they are cured.
The durable, portable Qnix 1500 measures the thickness of coatings (0-200 mils or 0-5000 microns) applied to both ferrous and non-ferrous metal substrates.
The Qnix 4200/4500 portable non-destructive gauge measures the thickness of coatings applied to ferrous substrates (Model 4200) and ferrous/non-ferrous metal substrates (Model 4500).
Qnix 1200 Paint Thickness Gauge The lightweight (only 5 ounces with battery) yet durable, portable Qnix 1200 measures the thickness
Measure the thickness of individual coating layers (must be alternating or different colored layers) after the fact using the Tooke Gauge. This powerful gauge is hand-held and portable, and can be used over nearly any type of substrate.
Measure the thickness of disbonded paint chip samples or verify the thickness of plastic shims using this small, portable, precision, spring-loaded dial micrometer manufactured by Ames.