Elcometer 127 Keane-Tator Surface Comparators & Magnifier

  The Elcometer 127 Surface Comparators are available in sand, shot or grit surface profiles. Each surface comparator is supplied with 5 profile grades ranging from 0.5 – 5.5mils. Designed for use with the Elcometer 127 illuminated magnifier, each surface comparator has a hole in the centre allowing for clear visual comparisons to be made. 5 Roughness Values per Comparator The Elcometer 127 Surface Comparators can be used in accordance with: • AS 3894.5 • ASTM D 4417-A • SSPC … Read More

Elcometer 102 Needle Pressure Gauge

  Elcometer 102 Needle Pressure Gauge is designed to measure air pressure in blast and air hoses. Pressure drop is responsible for decreased production rates, increased abrasive consumption and reduced anchor profile in abrasive blasting systems.   Elcometer 102 Needle Pressure Gauge – Specifications Part Number Description E102-A Elcometer 102 Needle Pressure Gauge T10229425 Replacement Needle (Pack of 2) Measuring Range 0 – 300psi (0 – 20bar) Pressure Limitations Steady: 3/4 x full scale value Fluctuating: 2/3 x full scale … Read More

Elcometer 119 Pipe Pit Gauge

The Elcometer 119 Pipe Pit Gauge is a small pocket-sized gauge designed to identify the condition of a pipe. The gauge is placed horizontally on the surface of the pipe and the stylus is positioned into the base of the corrosion pit. The gauge shows the pit depth compared with the actual pipe wall thickness It is essential importance to pipe coaters, enabling them to make a quick assessment of the condition of pipework. Imperial units only. Elcometer 119 Pipe … Read More

Elcometer 125 Surface Comparators

Elcometer 125 Surface Comparators These extremely durable surface comparators allow the estimation of surface profile of either grit or shot blasted surfaces. Using the Elcometer 125 Surface Comparators as a reference the blasted profile can be compared to the four reference profile grades in each comparator. Profiles are recorded in microns. 4 Profile Values per Comparator. Features the Elcometer 125 Surface Comparators • Available in both Grit and Shot • The ISO 8503 Parts 1 and 2 standard specifies the … Read More

Elcometer 124 Dial Thickness Gauge

The proper and effective preparation of a surface prior to coating is essential. Making sure that the correct roughness – or profile – has been generated is essential. If the profile is too low, the adhesion of the coating to the surface will be reduced. Too high and there is the danger that the profile peaks will remain uncoated – allowing rust spots to occur. The Elcometer 124 Thickness Gauge is used to measure the peak-to-valley height of a surface … Read More

Elcometer 122 Testex Replica Tape

The proper and effective preparation of a surface prior to coating is essential. Making sure that the correct roughness – or profile – has been generated is essential. If the profile is too low, the adhesion of the coating to the surface will be reduced. Too high and there is the danger that the profile peaks will remain uncoated – allowing rust spots to occur. The Elcometer 122 Testex® Replica Tape is designed to provide a permanent mould of the … Read More

Elcometer 224 Digital Surface Profile Gauge

The Elcometer 224 Surface Profile Gauge provides the very latest in surface profile measuring technology for measuring profile on either flat or curved surfaces. Fast, accurate and very user friendly, the Elcometer 224 is available with or without memory and Bluetooth®. The Elcometer 224 meter is available in two different models: Model B and Model T. Each surface profile gauge provides the user with increasing functionality from the entry level Elcometer 224 Model B, to the top of the range Elcometer 224 Model … Read More

Elcometer 123 Surface Profile Gauge

Surface Profile Gauges are used to measure the profile height of a surface. The degree of the surface profile on the surface affects a coating’s overall performance and determines aspects such as adhesion, coverage and overall volume of coatings used. If the surface profile is too large the amount of coating required increases, otherwise there is a danger that the peaks remain uncoated – allowing rust spots to occur. If the surface profile is too small there may be insufficient … Read More