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Ultrasonic thickness gages offer a variety of number of benefits over mechanical and optical measurement techniques in a variety of common manufacturing and in-service test applications, supporting quality control, reliability.

Measurement from one side:

Ultrasonic gages require access to only one side of pipes, tanks, tubing, containers, hollow castings, large metal or plastic sheets, and other test pieces where the inside surface is impossible or difficult to reach.


All common engineering materials can be measured with appropriate gage setups, including metals, plastics, composites, fiberglass, ceramics, and rubber. Most instruments can be pre-programmed with multiple application setups.

Wide Measurement Range:

Ultrasonic gages are available for measurement ranges as broad as 0.08 mm (0.003")
minimum to 635 mm (25") maximum, depending on material and transducer selection. Resolution can be
as fine as 0.001 mm or 0.0001".

Instant response:

Measurements usually take only one or two seconds per point and are displayed as a digital readout.

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