Elcometer Canadian Distributor

Ultrasonic Thickness Tester MTG6

$2,278.00 CAD$2,870.50 CAD

Ergonomic, rugged, accurate and easy to use, the Elcometer MTG & PTG range of ultrasonic Material and Precision thickness gauges is ideal for measuring and recording material thickness from just 0.15mm (0.006″) to 500mm (20″).

With a scratch and solvent resistant display, sealed, heavy duty and impact resistant design – dust and waterproof equivalent to IP54 – the MTG and PTG range is suitable for use in the harshest of environments.

The Elcometer NDT MTG range has a number of measurement modes available to help the user establish the most accurate thickness value. The modes available vary between models but normally increase as the model number increases.

With a choice of calibration options and measurement modes, the MTG4 is ideal for ultrasonic thickness measurement on stainless steel, aluminum and other of coated and uncoated materials.

As well as all the features of the MTG2, the MTG4 has two calibration options. Using an uncoated sample of test material of a known thickness, the gauge can be calibrated using 1-Point calibration. Alternatively, the user can select one of 39 pre-set materials stored within the gauge including; aluminum, steel, stainless steel, cast iron, plexiglass, PVC, polystyrene and polyurethane.

Echo-Echo ThruPaintTM (E-E) measurement mode enables readings to be taken on coated materials with a thickness range up to 25.4mm (1”). In Echo-Echo ThruPaint™ mode, the coating thickness is ignored and the material thickness from the top surface of the material to the material density boundary is displayed.

Compatible with ElcoMaster™ software, individual readings can be downloaded via USB to PC or similar device for further analysis. Factory calibrated to 39 different materials.

Pulsed – Echo Mode (P-E):

Ideal for pit and flaw detection, the total thickness from the base of the transducer to the material density boundary (typically the back-wall) is measured.

Echo – Echo ThruPaint™ Mode (E-E):

Also known as ThruPaint™ mode, the coating thickness is ignored and the material thickness from the top surface of the material to the material density boundary (typically the back-wall) is measured. To use Echo-Echo ThruPaint™ mode, a high damped, coating thickness transducer is required.

Velocity Mode (VM):

Velocity mode measures the speed of sound of materials and is ideal for determining the homogeneity of a material/alloy and the correct velocity of a material for calibration.

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With a choice of calibration options and measurement modes, the MTG4 is ideal for ultrasonic thickness measurement on stainless steel, aluminum and other of coated and uncoated materials.

As well as all the features of the MTG2, the MTG4 has two calibration options. Using an uncoated sample of test material of a known thickness, the gauge can be calibrated using 1-Point calibration. Alternatively, the user can select one of 39 pre-set materials stored within the gauge including; aluminum, steel, stainless steel, cast iron, plexiglass, PVC, polystyrene and polyurethane.

Echo-Echo ThruPaintTM (E-E) measurement mode enables readings to be taken on coated materials with a thickness range up to 25.4mm (1”). In Echo-Echo ThruPaint™ mode, the coating thickness is ignored and the material thickness from the top surface of the material to the material density boundary is displayed.

Compatible with ElcoMaster™ software, individual readings can be downloaded via USB to PC or similar device for further analysis. Factory calibrated to 39 different materials.

Pulsed – Echo Mode (P-E):

Ideal for pit and flaw detection, the total thickness from the base of the transducer to the material density boundary (typically the back-wall) is measured.

Echo – Echo ThruPaint™ Mode (E-E):

Also known as ThruPaint™ mode, the coating thickness is ignored and the material thickness from the top surface of the material to the material density boundary (typically the back-wall) is measured. To use Echo-Echo ThruPaint™ mode, a high damped, coating thickness transducer is required.

Velocity Mode (VM):

Velocity mode measures the speed of sound of materials and is ideal for determining the homogeneity of a material/alloy and the correct velocity of a material for calibration.

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