Non-Destructive Coating Testing

Measurement technology company Fischer will be displaying many instruments applicable to the surface finishing industry from x-ray fluorescence to handheld coating thickness gauges along with the necessary certified foils and standards needed for calibration.

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Measurement technology company Fischer will be displaying many instruments applicable to the surface finishing industry from x-ray fluorescence to handheld coating thickness gauges along with the necessary certified foils and standards needed for calibration. Non-destructive coating thickness, material analysis, and material testing measurement methods are xrf, eddy current, magnetic induction, phase-sensitive eddy current methods, ferrite content or electrical conductivity. The new Fischer DataCenter software simplifies the transmission, evaluation, storing and documentation of the data and generates sophisticated reports which expand the functionality of all of the company's handheld instruments with data interface. The comapny says it has a solution to virtually every coating thickness application involving plating, anodizing, powder coating and paint.

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Sur/Fin 2011

The 93rd Annual Sur/Fin, sponsored by The National Association for Surface Finishing, is rolling into the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Ill., June 13-15. As always, the conference will present state-of-the-art technology and the latest in practical applications for the surface finishing industry. See you there!