The light, user-friendly handheld device NG2 corresponds to the latest state of the art and enables more precise layer thickness measurements than all comparison methods. In less than a second you get the measured value of the oil layer thickness in g/m² or mg/m².
Through continuous optimization and adaptation to specific customer requirements, we can offer you a long-term stable measuring device according to your wishes. The technology used here, developed by Infralytic GmbH, has become a worldwide standard. The application spectrum ranges from the rolling mill, in which initial oiling takes place for the purpose of corrosion protection and / or for the application of preforming oils, through metal processors and stampers all the way down to car makers.
For the steel and aluminum processing industry, defined oiling for molding processes is essential today. Our technology now specifies the oil in measured values. This measured value, the mean value of the last measurements and the set device parameters are shown on the clear graphic display. The internal memory allows you to save up to 500 measured values and, if necessary, these can be called up on a PC / laptop / tablet or phone.
internal automatic continuous validation review
internal automated material rolling direction determination
can be operated via smartphone with photo documentation
Battery operated for more than nine hours
Easy to use
flexible use in a wide variety of environments
Areas of application
The measurable oil thickness is between 0.05 and 6 µm (approximately g/m2) oil layer thickness.
Calibrations are standard for:
Aluminum surfaces as well as some steel surfaces are very inhomogeneously structured. They must always be measured with the handle at right angles to the rolling direction
You will have read this note many times. But what if the direction of rolling cannot be seen with the naked eye?
Then the compass function, which can be provided for Infralytic NG2 sensors, will help you.
Here you will find more information about the compass function.