Oops! That section has been painted very thinly! Or has it been too thickly painted to cover smoothing work? With our new BB30 hand measuring device, it’s easy for the pros to get back on track: Regardless of whether for use in the automobile sector, for layer thickness measurement of hand rail and boat paintwork or for checking enamellings – in all of these scenarios and more you will be able to determine the exact thickness of non-magnetic coatings with our new measuring device.
The BB30 measuring device determines the thickness of, for example, paints, varnishes, plastic coatings, zinc coatings, enamellings or chrome plating both on ferromagnetic and non-ferromagnetic metals. The sensitive dual sensor is therefore just as precise when used on iron or steel as it is on non-ferrous metals such as aluminium, magnesium or titanium.
How it works
The spring-loaded measuring head of the device comes with a practical V-groove. This simplifies, on one hand, the measuring of curved objects such as axes or hinges and also prevents the measuring results from being influenced by vibrations. The BB30 delivers precise measuring results in a measuring range of 0 to 2,000 µm. Saved measurement values and measurement groups can be displayed on the device itself when needed and all data can be transferred easily and wirelessly via Bluetooth.
The layer thickness measuring device can be operated comfortably using one hand or, with hard to access measuring points, be used with the practical probe extension that comes with the device.
Four of many advantages that I particularly like:
- the dual sensor for the thickness measurement of non-magnetic layers on all magnetic and non-magnetic metals
- the large measuring range of 0 to 2,000 µm
- the spring-loaded measuring head
- the V-groove for measuring on curved surfaces