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Hot-Dip Galvanization as Corrosion Protection

Hot Dip Galvanization For Corrosion Resistance

Corrosion Protection According to the Regulations

For protection against the elements, exposed steel parts require an anti-corrosion coating such as hot-dip galvanization. To this end, a directive for CE labelling of steel products and their corrosion protection will become effective. Product liability will be significantly tightened and manufacturers will be obligated to verify the thickness of the hot-dip galvanization.

Corrosion Protection for Steel Products

Coaters are obliged to measure the thickness of the corrosion protection layer on steel products and to prove this. A CE labelling standard for steel products and their corrosion protection has shifted product liability โ€“ i.e. the burden of proof for documenting coating thickness measurements โ€“ to the providers of the coating systems. For many in this field, only the most user-friendly and cost-effective measurement technologies will come under consideration.

Perfectly suited for the application on site

The FISCHER MP0/MP0R product family meets precisely these needs and requirements. Due to their compact design and simple four-button handling, these instruments are flexible in on-site applications and require no costly user training. The two displays allow for easy reading in various operational positions. Visual and acoustic signals inform the user when the measurement is complete.

The hard metal probe tips are a special feature that guarantees significantly longer lifetime, even on rough surfaces. Measurement results can be easily transferred to a computer for evaluation, recording and storage using the convenient FISCHER DataCenter software.

Determine hot-dip galvanization and paint layer with one measurement

Solutions are also available for more demanding requirements, for example the measurement of hot-dip galvanized coatings underneath a layer of paint. Specifically for this purpose, FISCHER has developed the FDX13H probe. Used in combination with the FMP instruments, it can determine the thickness of both the zinc and paint coatings in one โ€œduplex measurementโ€ step; the readings are displayed separately. FISCHER has thereby succeeded in simplifying for the user an extremely complicated metrology procedure, simultaneously presenting the results of two different physical measurement principles in one easy operation.

The optimal solution for duplex measurements

Whether the compact and cost-effective MP0/MP0R gauges or the powerful FMP models with exchangeable probes, FISCHER has the right high-precision instrument for determining the thickness of hot-dip galvanized coatings. Your local FISCHER representative will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

ProductMP0ยฎ-MP0RMeasuring of Paint Coating Thicknesses
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