Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge For Sale

From:Linshang Time:2020/03/01 11:30:00 Browse:155
The magnetic paint thickness gauge uses the principle of magnetic thickness measurement to measure the thickness of the measured object surface. This article introduces the classification, advantages and precautions of application.

In industrial production, in order to ensure the quality of the product, or to achieve a more satisfactory production effect, the thickness of the produced product is often made relevant regulations. In order to check whether the thickness of the relevant object meets the requirements, a thickness gauge needs to be applied. Magnetic paint thickness gauge is a high-precision instrument for professional thickness measurement using the principle of magnetic thickness measurement.

There are two types of magnetic paint thickness gauges, one is a magnetic paint thickness gauge and the other is a Hall effect paint thickness gauge. Although the principle of magnetic thickness measurement is applied, there are also differences between magnetic paint thickness gauges and Hall effect paint thickness gauges. The thickness of the cover layer is calculated by the proportional relationship between the magnetic thickness of the magnetic paint thickness gauge and the distance between the the measured object. The magnetic paint thickness gauge obtains the thickness of the cover layer by converting the magnetic flux during measurement. Generally speaking, the magnetic paint thickness gauge is widely used in industry nowadays.

The advantage of the magnetic paint thickness gauge is that it is very convenient and fast. The more accurate cover layer thickness can be obtained relatively quickly. For example, in the measurement of steel components with hot-dip galvanized coatings, we know that the thickness of the zinc layer will increase when the steel components are hot-dip galvanized twice. However, if you want to know the exact thickness of the cover layer, you can use eddy current coating thickness gauge, magnetic paint thickness gauge, Coulomb thickness measurement method, metallographic detection, X fluorescence detection and so on. At present, there are two methods for detecting the thickness of the galvanized layer, one is to use a magnetic paint thickness gauge. The other is to cut a plated component and then reduce the zinc by dissolving to obtain the zinc content. Compared with the latter, the first method is more convenient and faster. The magnetic paint thickness gauge is easy to carry and plays an important role in saving time at any time.

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For the magnetic paint thickness gauge, its application principle is mainly the magnetic principle, the influence of the magnetic field on the measurement process of the magnetic paint thickness gauge is relatively large. When using a magnetic paint thickness gauge to measure objects, pay attention to whether there is any magnetic interference from other electrical equipment around the working environment of the magnetic paint thickness gauge. And remove it if there is, otherwise the strong magnetic field generated by the surrounding electrical equipment will interfere the normal working of the magnetic paint thickness gauge and affects the final measurement result.

In addition, the detection using the magnetic principle is affected by the magnetic change of the base metal. In order to avoid the influence of environmental temperature changes such as heat treatment and cold processing, the instrument should be calibrated with an iron substrate with the same properties as the test metal. Through timely calibration, the measurement results of the magnetic paint thickness gauge can be made more accurate.

Linshang Technology LS220H is a magnetic paint thickness gauge. This magnetic paint thickness gauge has a wide range and high accuracy in the measurement process. It can more accurately read the thickness of the coating layer than similar products. It is welcomed by many people in the industry. It is the best choice when purchasing magnetic paint thickness gauges.

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