Next generation Elcometer 456 coating thickness gauge and Elcometer 224 surface profile gauge with Bluetooth connectivity made for Apple products.
Elcometer’s 407L dual- and triple-angle glossmeters are designed to measure the gloss of virtually any surface finish at reflective angles of 20, 60 and 85 degrees.
Available with both steel-only and dual steel-and-aluminum options, Elcometer’s Ultra/Scan probes for use with its Elcometer 456 range of coating thickness gages enable users to take individual readings or to rapidly scan large surface areas without damaging the probe or the coating.
Elcometer will highlight its new Elcometer 456 Ultra/Scan probes for use with its 456 range of coating thickness gages.
The Elcometer 130 salt contamination meter is designed to measure soluble salts more accurately, more easily and faster than other test methods.
Elcometer’s Ultra/Scan probes for the Elcometer 456 coating thickness gage are designed to be dragged across a coated surface without damaging the probe or the coating, and increase the gage’s reading rate to more than 140 readings per minute.
Elcometer’s 506 adhesion tester is designed to measure the pull-off adhesion of coatings up to 50 MPa (7,250 psi), either on site or in a laboratory.
The Elcometer 224 digital surface profile gage is available with either an integral or separate probe with a replaceable tungsten carbide tip that can be used for as many as 20,000 readings.
The latest upgrade to Elcometer’s 456 coating thickness gage includes a live reading trend graph that enables users to view the last 20 measurement values as they take readings.
Elcometer’s 280 pulsed DC holiday detector is designed to detect holidays in coatings without the need to be grounded to the substrate, making it suited for pipeline and large-surface porosity inspection.
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Elcometer has launched a line of ultrasonic thickness gages and flaw detectors under the Elcometer NDT brand name.
Elcometer has doubled its facilities in Germany to meet increased demand for its products and services, and support the launch of a new range of ultrasonic NDT products.
Elcometer has opened a new office, Elcometer KK, in Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, to meet increased demand for its coating inspection equipment.
The first in a series of software enhancements to Elcometer’s 456 coating thickness gages includes general language and technical updates, and a new graph-review screen that instantly displays batch readings.
Elcometer has established Elcometer University, an online repository for interactive tutorials, field videos and FAQs for its products.
Elcometer Inc. has hired Kim Thompson to head a new office in Charleston, S.C., that the company has opened to serve the southeastern United States.
Elcometer Inc.'s Mark IV, the latest in its series of 550 non-contact uncured powder gauges, uses technologies for airborne ultrasonics to measure the cured thickness of uncured powder coatings over most any substrate.
Elcometer’s 2250 Krebs viscometer is designed to measure the viscosity of paints, varnishes, adhesives, pastes and liquid inks at the touch of a button.
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Elcometer Inc. has been an innovator, manufacturer and worldwide distributor of instruments for the quality control of surface coatings since 1947. Specializing in the design and manufacture of a complete range of instrumentation and test methods for coating process control, Elcometer provides a full range of products and services to meet your coating requirements. Whatever your need, Elcometer's professional sales, technical, and service personnel are available to answer your specific questions on applications and instrument selection.
Since 1947, Elcometer has been a world leader, not only in the manufacture and supply of inspection equipment to the coatings industry, but also in the design and development of new products specifically to meet our customers requirements. As part of its ongoing expansion, in 2003 Elcometer consolidated their world leading position with the acquisition of two of Europe's premier high quality design and manufacturing organisations in the paint, coatings and concrete industries. These acquisitions place Elcometer as perhaps the largest manufacturer and supplier of inspection equipment to the markets we serve - allowing scale and scope for increased manufacturing and distribution efficiencies. With seven offices positioned in key markets around the world, Elcometer not only continues their tradition of quality and value, but also enhance their high level of technical support, customer service and product availability when and where you need it the most.