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SPESIFIKASI DeFelsko Zero Plates For Coating Thickness Gauge

 

Order Code Ideal For Type Plate Size
STDZSTL

PosiTector 6000 F, FS, FRS, FN, FNS, FNRS, FXS, FNDS, F microprobes

PosiTest DFT Ferrous Combo

Steel Small Disk
Diameter: 38 mm (1.5")
STDZALM

PosiTector 6000 N, NS, NAS, NRS, FN, FNS, FNRS, FNDS, N microprobes

PosiTest DFT Combo

Aluminum Small Disk
Diameter: 38 mm (1.5")
STDZSTLM PosiTector 6000 FT, FTS, FTRS, FNTS, FKS, FHXS probes Steel Medium Square
100 mm x 100 mm x 6 mm
(4" x 4" x 0.25")
STDZALMM
PosiTector 6000 FNTS, NKS probes Aluminum Medium Square
100 mm x 100 mm x 6 mm
(4" x 4" x 0.25")
STDZSTLL PosiTector 6000 FLS, FJS, FNGS probes Steel Large Square
180 mm x 180 mm x 6 mm
(7" x 7" x 0.25")

 

 
 

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What are zero plates used for?

Use with Certified Coated Metal Standards
Coated Metal Standards for magnetic and eddy current gages usually include an uncoated zero plate. The first gage measurement is taken on the zero plate to verify that the gage measures zero correctly. If not, electronic gages can usually be adjusted to "0" on the zero plate. After this adjustment is performed, the gage should measure within tolerance on the coated standards.

Use with certified and non-certified plastic shims and polystyrene blocks
A zero plate provides a convenient base onto which plastic shims and polystyrene blocks can be placed for verification purposes. Check zero, adjust to "0" if necessary, then place the shim/block on the zero plate and measure.

Substitute as a base for materials without a substrate
Zero plates can be used to provide a substrate where none exists. Large sheets of material such as paper, plastic, fabric and rubber can be measured with a coating thickness gage by placing the material over the zero plate. This is useful when the measured item is too large to access with a micrometer or other device. For example the screen printing industry uses zero plates to measure the thickness of the "substrate" being printed.

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