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Phascope Paint Offers Non-destructive Coating Thickness Measurements


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Gardco’s Phascope Paint is a probe in pen design that measure non-destructive coating thickness of non-conductive coating materials on steel, iron and non-ferrous metals. Users can also utilize the Phascope Paint app for viewing, analyzing and reporting data on a smart phone or tablet. The measurements with the Phascope Paint conform to standards DIN EN ISO 2360, ASTM D7091, DIN EN ISO 2178 and DIN EN ISO 21968.


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