Measure the coating thickness early in your process.
- Process control
- Complete documentation
- Up to 30% material savings
- Less scrap
This handheld is the most innovative one in terms of contactless coating thickness measurement.
Would you like to measure the coating thickness early in the process in order to save material and avoid coating mistakes? Then the coatmaster Flex is the right measurement device for you.
Optimize your process and get your coatmaster Flex now. If you are not completely satisfied within the first 30 days after delivery, you can return it free of charge.
Convince yourself of the efficiency and save up to 6'000 Euro per month of coating material per production line. Reduce rejects and increase production quality.
Detect and correct deviations early in the process and avoid scrap and rework.
Produce precision coatings with high accuracy and set new quality standards.
Document all steps of the production process seamlessly for you and your customers.
Reduce material consumption by up to 30%. This protects your resources and the environment.
The future belongs to contactless coatmaster coating thickness measurement
With coatmaster, sliding coatings can be realized within an extremely narrow tolerance range. In addition, the shorter measurements in process control save a lot of time and ensure complete documentation.
With coatmaster, the coat thickness of adhesion promoters can be precisely monitored and recorded when applied to the base material. Moreover, coatmaster is the only approved measuring instrument for testing adhesion promoters in functional critical parts.
With coatmaster, the coating thickness of powder-coated parts can be measured with high precision before baking. This makes it possible to apply a powder coating with µm accuracy, which saves material costs and minimizes the number of faulty coated parts.
With coatmaster, wet paint coatings on painted parts can be precisely measured even before drying. This enables process deviations to be detected at an early stage. This saves material costs and minimizes the production of faulty coated parts. The coatmaster can perform non-destructive tests on dried surfaces.