Corrosion Thickness Gauges
This easy to use corrosion gauges provide inspectors with all the features necessary to accurately measure the material and coating thickness at the same time. Offering a full range of measurement modes including: Pulse-Echo Temp Comp Mode (PETP) and Coating Only Mode (CT) to Pulse-Echo Coating Mode (PECT), the CG100 range allows the inspector to choose the right tool for the job.
Featuring automatic gain control (AGC) for ease of use or manual adjustment increase the amplitude of the received echo to suit the material properties. The time corrected gain (TCG) feature automatically compensates for sound attenuation through a material, further increasing the performance of the gauge.
CG70 series offer a 2D cross sectional block view providing a graphical representation of a material’s thickness, ideal for accurate analysis and identification of pits and corroded areas.
CG70BDL feature both Pulse-Echo (PE) and Echo-Echo mode (EE) ThruPaint™ technology. Designed to ignore applied coatings up to 2mm (80mils) thick on metal substrates, the CG70BDL is ideal for identifying internal corrosion that isn’t visible due to the applied coating.
Taking 32 readings per second in scan mode, the internal data logger stores up to 12,000 readings together with their waveforms. RS232 output to the Elcometer NDT data management software allows ease of analysis and professional reporting.
Ideal for inspecting pipes, storage tanks and other metal structures, the CG60 feature both Pulse-Echo (PE) and Echo-Echo mode (EE) ThruPaint™ technology. Designed to ignore applied coatings up to 2mm (80mils) thick on metal substrates, the CG60 is ideal for identifying internal corrosion that isn’t visible due to the applied coating.
Tough, impact, water, dust & petroleum product resistant.
Taking 16 readings per second the high speed scan mode allows the user to quickly scan an area of material for defects or to identify its thinnest point, ideal for pipelines or large test surfaces.
The differential mode allows the user to select a nominal thickness value, the gaugewill then display the positive or negative (±) difference from the nominal value entered.