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11/8/2004

Hand-held Gage for Non-Conductive Coatings

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The CMI140 is designed for measuring non-conductive coatings such as anodize, paint, enamel, powder coating or epoxy on a non-ferrous substrate such as copper, brass or aluminum.

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The CMI140 is designed for measuring non-conductive coatings such as anodize, paint, enamel, powder coating or epoxy on a non-ferrous substrate such as copper, brass or aluminum. The instrument is a portable, full-featured gage that packs electronics, probe and back lit display into one compact unit for single-handed simplicity. Battery-operated and weighing 2.3 ounces, it’s designed to be the smallest, most portable gage in the industry. State-of-the-art technology is said to ensure accurate and repeatable measurements through Eddy Current with a measurement range from 0-40 mils (0-1.02 mm). It is easy to use with only four buttons controlling all functions. Statistics, including number of readings, mean, standard deviation, high reading, low reading and last reading, can be viewed directly on the display or downloaded to a printer via an infrared beam. This addition to the CMI100 family of coating measurement instruments is designed for the metal finishing, appliance, automotive and fastener industries.

 

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