Non contact thickness and width from measurement Advanced Gauging - thickness gauging on running strip


thickness gauging on running strip - Plastic Film Thickness and Variability Testing - Per ASTM D8136 -

We will run your sample in our PR2000 and produce a thickness profile like the one shown below. We will also create a video of us running your material. PR2000 Plastic Thickness Profile. Our analysis of your sample will allow you to see a thickness profile across the strip . in aluminium strip gauging. Weak magnetic fields are used for measurement and the gauge is completely safe to use. The technology is completely insensitive to anything in the measuring zone, except the metal strip. The gauge will, therefore, measure true strip thickness, unaffected by coolant, dirt, steam, air temperature variations, etc.

Replace your obsolete contact gauge with the latest non-contact laser thickness measurement technology. The AGT600 Thickness Industrial Laser Gauge is designed to be a direct replacement for current contact gauges. The C-frame is engineered to fit the existing track and can take advantage of the same motion control, hardware and programing with minimal downtime. The PR2000 Precision Profiler profiles the thickness of a strip of a non-conductive material such as a plastic film or a nonwoven. These thickness profiles can determine cross web and down web (transverse direction and machine direction) thickness variability for the material, and are now the standard for defining the variability of plastic film.

Advanced Gauging Technologies has been providing, servicing, and developing non contact thickness gauges in the metals industry for over 20 years. Our thickness measurement systems are used to ensure quality and specifications for steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and other alloys. A.G.T’s laser and isotope gauges can be found in rolling mills, service centers, processing plants, OEMs, mills. the same curve, i.e. no change in thickness along the strip. The Millmate gauge showed the same thickness for the strip running back into the mill, but the mechanical reference gauge recorded a somewhat thinner strip. Figure 6 shows typical curves for copper rolling. The new ABB gauge always showed the same thickness for the out-going and.