Coated metal calibration standards consisting of a set of 4 calibration plates with epoxy coating on steel or aluminium.

Verify the accuracy and operation of coating thickness gauges. An important component in fulfilling both ISO/QS-9000 and in-house quality control requirements. Contracts often specify that coating thickness measurements be taken by gauges whose measurement accuracy is traceable to a National Metrology Institute such as NIST or PTB.

Many QA managers find it more practical to verify the accuracy of their gauges in-house, rather than utilize TQC’s calibration services. This is especially true when many gauges are in use or when accuracy verification is performed frequently.



Art. No. LD5401

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard S1 FE, 0/75/250/1500 µm

Art. No. LD5402

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard S2 FE, 0/75/250/1000 µm

Art. No. LD5403

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard S3 FE, 0/15/ 40/ 100 µm

Art. No. LD5404

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard A1 Al, 0/75/250/1500 µm

Art. No. LD5405

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard A2 Al, 0/75/250/ 500 µm

Art. No. LD5406

Coating Thickness Calibration Standard A3 Al, 75/125/250/500 µm

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