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TM-8812 Omni Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

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$395.00

Quick Overview

The TM-8812 is a handheld microprocessor-controlled ultrasonic thickness gauge specifically designed to measure the thickness of metallic and non-metallic materials e.g. aluminum, titanium, plastics, ceramics, glass, plastics including rubber and other good ultrasonic wave conductors, as long as they have parallel top and bottom surfaces. This gauge can be used to determine the exact thickness of pipework to ensure the correct settings on an ultrasonic flow meter. The TM-8812 will check a pipe for loss of thickness due to corrosion or erosion.

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Features

  • Pocket sized and light weight
  • Range of 0.05 ~ 9.0" (1.2 ~ 225mm)
  • Resolution of 0.001" (0.1mm)
  • Display selectable in mm or inch
  • Built-in calibration test plate
  • Low Battery Indication
  • RS232C interface

Specifications

  • Display 4 digit 0.7" (10mm) LCD
  • Measurement range 0.05 ~ 9.00" (1.2 ~ 225mm) [45# Steel]
  • Resolution 0.001" (0.1mm)
  • Accuracy ± 0.5%n + 0.1
  • Velocity range 3,281 ~ 29,528 ft/sec (1,000 ~ 9,000 m/s)
  • Battery 4 each 1.5V AA (UM4)
  • Operating Temperature 32-122°F (0-50°C)
  • Case construction Rugged ABS plastic
  • Dimensions 4.7" L x 2.44" W x1.2"H (120 mm x 62 mm x 30 mm)
  • Weight With batteries: 9 oz (260 g)
  • Accessories Carrying Case, 4 each 1.5V AA (UM4) Batteries, Instruction Manual
  • Warranty Gauge: One Year, Probes: 90 days

Optional extra probes for the TM-8812

The TM-8812 includes a built-in 5mm calibration block.

$395.00
 

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  • How do your ultrasonic thickness meters measure with the presence of paint and other coatings?

    Models TM-8811, TM-8812 and GM100:

    As long as there is no void between the coating and the material being measured, these ultrasonic thickness meters will include the thickness of the coating.  Paint bubbles and other voids can cause the meter to return values that are considerably smaller than expected.

    For situations in which the coating needs to be ignored we do have alternative thickness gauges, although they are considerably more advanced and slightly more expensive.  Please contact us for more details on these meters.

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  • Can this ultrasonic thickness meter be used on gold and other precious metals?

    All of our ultrasonic thickness meters are capable of measuring a variety of materials including all metals and most plastics.

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