Elcometer 456 Coating Thickness Gauge Probe Range Explained
Mini probes are ideal for harder to reach areas and edges.
Right Angle Probes
Designed for taking coating thickness readings where access is restricted.
Plug-in probes convert a separate coating thickness gauge into an integral gauge.
Extending right angle probes for out of reach areas.
These probes are fitted with replaceable probe caps – allowing users to take individual coating thickness measurements or scan large surface areas without damaging the probe.
Sealed for use underwater at depth, even in diving gloves.
High Temperature Probes
For use on hot coated materials up to 250°C (480°F)
Chemical resistant washable probes – ideal for the anodising environment.
Armoured Cable Probes
Probes with metal reinforced heavy duty cables, reducing the risk of cable damage.
These probes are designed for measuring coating thickness on specialist substrates, such as graphite, or electroplated components.
Elcometer probes have a maximum operating temperature of 80°C (176°F) with the exception of separate ferrous probes 150°C (300°F) and Hi-Temperature PINIP’s 250°C (480°F). The stated temperature is the substrate temperature, and the duty cycle of the probe must be reduced to ensure a minimal temperature build-up within the probe.
All Elcometer coating thickness gauge probes are supplied with a Test Certificate and a set of calibration foils appropriate to the scale range of the probe.