The QuaNix 4200 for measurements over steel or iron (Fe substrates) and the QuaNix 4500 for measurements over steel and aluminum (Fe and NFe substrates) has been designed for various applications. Whether it be assessing the paint work on an automobile, inspecting an outdoor structure, or for use on a liquid or powder line, this gage is said to meet the requirements of those measuring coating thickness.
These instruments are designed with accuracy and ease of use in mind. They are desigend to be small yet robust and ideal outdoor use as well as in a manufacturing environment. Readings are said to appear instantly on the easy to read display along with the added benefit of the substrate indicator.
Benefits of the instruments are said to include: automatic on/off switch; compact, rugged and robust; measurements over steel (4200) or steel and aluminum (4500); low battery indicator warning; reading in both mils and mm (microns); measuring range 0-40 mils and 0-999 microns; one-hand operation for all applications and no calibration necessary
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