Our latest innovation in the area of paint measurement revolutionizes conventional methods such as beta transmission measurement and overcomes their limitations. By using advanced infrared sensors, we enable precise measurements of the absolute paint layer thickness and its distribution (homogeneity).
Our sensors are particularly characterized by their ability to measure paint layers with a thickness of < 0.5 µm of transparent and very dark paints extremely accurately. This high precision ensures reliable results even with demanding insulating paints.
The NG2 handheld device provides you with the measured value in less than a second. Using a free app, you can conveniently display the measured values as a table or diagram on an Android device. In addition, you have comprehensive options for further processing and analysis of the measurement data, including sharing and with intuitive operation for efficient work.
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
Calibrator of the UV-Mini
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.