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Non-Destructive Wall Thickness Measurement System

The new MiniTest FH-7400 from ElektroPhysik (Köln, Germany) has been designed for the non-destructive wall thickness measurement of non-magnetic materials such as plastic, glass, ceramics and non-ferrous metals.

This will include: hollow parts such as bottles, aluminium cans, glass and plastic containers with complex shapes; short moulding parts like cups, cans and bowls; moulded and car body parts made of plastic; and fibre compound material and non-ferrous metals.

The following performance features are listed for this instrument:

  • Precision wall thickness measurement up to 10mm.

  • High accuracy and reproducibility through Sensor-integrated digital signal processing (SIDSP).

  • High resolution starting from 0.1 microns.

  • 20 readings per second.

  • Wear resistant sensors with hardened sensor tip.

  • Storage and statistical evaluation of 240,000 readings (maximum).

  • Display of minimum and maximum readings.

  • Menu-driven user surface.

  • Context oriented online support.

  • RS232 TTl and IrDA interfaces

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