presented by Craig Woolhouse, Elcometer Craig Woolhouse Bio Craig, a qualified Mechanical Engineer, joined Elcometer 18 years ago as Sales Manager for UK and Europe. 2009 saw the addition of India and Africa as regions within Craig’s area of responsibility. Elcometer view both areas as key growth regions and thus deserving of specific management and support from the Company’s Head Office. Craig is very involved in training and presenting and is very qualified to comment on latest developments within the … Read More
News: Elcometer Webinar Recordings Elcometer have run 5 webinars. you can access the Elcometer Webinar Recordings below. The first minute is just a count down so you can start at 1 minute. You can access these videos at the following links: Profiled Surface Calibration: (24.40 minutes) https://youtu.be/6CxB8Nj3_BM Soluble Salt Measurement Development: (41 minutes) https://youtu.be/vpjg5_t0m3U Recording Attributes of a Coating Failure as Result of an Adhesion Test: (25.15 minutes) https://youtu.be/D6MsvrPX-go Surface Profile Measurement Methods: (33.54 minutes) https://youtu.be/Sf5Rosqroog Selecting a High Voltage … Read More
News: Webinar Recording 2: New Developments in Chloride Contamination Measurement on pre coated surfaces Elcometer ran their second Webinar for distributors entitled Developments in Chloride Contamination Measurement on pre coated surfaces which they recorded. If you are interested in watching the 41 minute recording including questions and answers then please click on the following Youtube clip: https://youtu.be/vpjg5_t0m3U The first minute is just a count down so you can start at 1 minute.
News: Webinar Recording 1: Calibration on Profiled Surfaces Elcometer recently ran a Webinar for distributors entitled “Calibration on Profiled Surfaces” which they recorded. If you are interested in watching the 18 minute recording followed by the 6 minutes of questions and answers then please click on the following Youtube clip: https://youtu.be/i1UJGM-u_WA
Infrared Thermometers Infrared Thermometers Infrared Thermometers are used to measure the temperatures of humans without any contact. Measuring a person’s temperature can be done in several ways, using Infrared Thermometers is a quick and easy way to measure body temperature, compared with other traditional methods of taking human temperature. Infrared Thermometers may be used to reduce cross-contamination risk and minimise the risk of spreading diseases like Covid-19. Before Infrared Thermometers are used, it is important to understand the benefits, … Read More
The Elcometer P520 Metal Detector is very high powered for increased depth detection. Originally designed to locate water mains, pipes and cables, the Elcometer P520 is also the perfect choice for location work in cluttered areas and at depths where other metal detectors simply do not work. Normally retails at R12,300 Black Friday Special – (ex VAT & Postage) R7,400 Datasheet Contact BAMR if you are interested in buying this unit
Dangerous, corrosive, erosive – these are some of the words to describe the mining industry. To add to this, mechanical failure in the mining industry can have extremely serious consequences, so it is vital that the operating health of plant systems and components are tested regularly to ensure the highest levels of safety, reliability, productivity and profitability. Mining equipment is usually under constant operational stress because of continuous use and the weight of the materials involved. Ultrasonic Testing (UT) is … Read More
Watch this informative Video on Moisture Meters… With special thanks to Flooring Africa for the production of this video!
Since the launch of the Elcometer 224 Digital Profile Gauge in 2012, many questions and queries have been received regarding the correct use of the gauge. The correct measurement technique is for the user to usually take 10 or more readings on the profiled surface and record the mean/average (x̅) value which gives the peak-to-valley height. Due to the way the Elcometer 224 was designed, however, it is often wrongly assumed that a single measurement will provide the surface profile … Read More
Electro Magnetic Induction vs Hall Effect – Choosing the correct DFT gauge All DFT gauges are not created equal, that is why when comparing different instruments from different suppliers it is always a good exercise to check that you are comparing apples with apples; and that where possible, you are comparing similar technologies. Making sure that the coating thickness gauge that you have is using the same technology as other gauges from other manufacturers, is key to choosing the right … Read More