Easy to Use with NO Damage to Paint
Get the accurate thickness of the non-ferrous coating on steel with the ProGauge II Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge. This state of the art equipment is easy to use and gives you an accurate reading of non-ferrous coating on steel with a range of 1 to 15 mils. Most of the magnetic gauges available today do not compensate for the gravity effect. As a result, the readings for similar paint thickness may vary up to 40% when measured on top and side panels. With our ProGauge II Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge, you get an accuracy of more than .001 of an inch.
The manufacturers of the Paint Thickness Gauge are the leading developers of PB & E equipment. They develop premium quality items like paint inspection tools, electronic thickness gauges and many more. The ProGauge II Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge is a user-friendly device and gives accurate measurements.
Armed with this tool, you can now accurately know when the panels are repainted and also when the paint is too thick or too thin. If the paint is too thick on the surface, problems such as cracking and other paint failures may occur. With this hassle-free tool, you can understand the thickness of the paint easily to make a better decision. This tool is so user-friendly that all you have to do is just place it on the paint and read the scale while pulling the gauge. It has a large indicator and clearly marked scales for ease of use.
The magnetic power on the ProGauge II Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge gives longer holding power, and this tool is very popular among car collectors and insurance adjusters. It comes in a heavy duty case for easy storage. You can carry it anywhere as it fits into your shirt pocket. This thickness gauge instrument includes a complete instruction booklet with information on automotive paint thickness and factory specifications. This product is made in the USA.
Key Features of the ProGauge II Magnetic Paint Thickness Gauge:
- Measures the thickness of non-ferrous coatings on steel with a range of 1 to 15 mils
- Easy to use by just placing on paint and reading the scale as gauge is pulled off the paint
- Fits in your shirt pocket
- Used by car collectors and insurance adjusters
- Causes no damage to the paint