Experience non-destructive measurement of wall thickness using our products

An ultrasound wall thickness measurement gauge serves essentially to determine the material thickness, or wall thickness, of metals, synthetic materials and glass. The great benefit for you is that wall thickness measurement via ultrasound takes place non-destructively. Using our wall thickness measuring gauges, you can solve practically every problem in the area of wall thickness measurement non-destructively.

The measuring device MiniTest 7400 FH is designed for destruction-free wall thickness measurements up to 24mm – for non-magnetic hollow items of all kinds. For example, bottles, aluminium cans, and glass and plastic containers with complex geometries belong to this category. When it comes to larger hollow items, such as tanks or pipes made of hard materials such as metal, synthetic material, glass, ceramic, etc., the ultrasound thickness gauge from the MiniTest 400 series is available to help you. Thickness measurements from 0.65mm up to 500mm are possible with this device. Here is a summary of further details about the wall thickness measuring gauge from this series:

  • MiniTest 420 – the robust entry model with the most important basic functions
  • MiniTest 430 – with a further range of functions and USB interface
  • MiniTest 440 – the high-end gauge that can also take measurements through coatings

Extensive information is available here in our PDF-Catalogue .

Wall thickness measurement

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finding the best solution for your individual measuring task as well as to answer all questions on coating thickness measurement in general and also when it comes to special topics, on calibration, quality requirements and many more. It is our pleasure to share our experience of more than 70 years in coatings industry with our customers.

Beatrix Badura-Yilmaz

Beatrix Badura-Yilmaz

Commercial director

Tel.: +49 221 75204-32

10-year repair service

10-year repair service

If you buy one of our high-quality measuring instruments, then you can be sure that you are getting future-proof technology.
Made in Germany

Made in Germany

ElektroPhysik develops, produces and markets the entire product range in Germany, at our headquarters in Cologne.