Coating Thickness Gauges measure non-magnetic, insulating coatings.

Press Release Summary:

MiniTest Models 70 F and 70 FN both measure non-magnetic coatings from 0-3,000 µm thick applied on steel. Additionaly, Model 70 FN measures 0-2,500 µm thick insulating coatings on non-ferrous metals, and automatically identifies substrate maerial and switches to suitable measuring principle upon surface contact. Both gauges offer 4-button operation and run on AA battery. They display number of readings taken; minimum, maximum, and mean values; and standard deviation.

Original Press Release:

Minitest 70 Series with SIDSP

Designed for quick and easy non-destructive coating thickness measurement, the MiniTest 70 Series is available in two models:

o MiniTest 70 F with built-in sensor for measuring non-magnetic coatings applied on steel

o MiniTest 70 FN with a built-in dual sensor for measuring non-magnetic coatings applied on steel and insulating coatings on non-ferrous metals.

o for fast and precise measurements of

- non-magnetic coatings on steel (0 to 120mils / 0 to 3000 µm)

- insulating coatings on non-ferrous metals (0 to 100 mils / 0 to 2500 µm)

o automatic identification of the substrate material

o built-in sensor

o proven measuring methods

o statistics function

The MiniTest 70 Series are compact, pocket sized coating thickness testing gages. The simple 4-button operation, clear display and built-in statistics displaying the number of readings taken, the minimum, maximum, mean values and standard deviation makes the MiniTest 70 Series ideal for on-site applications. With new simplified operation, no special training is required to operate these gages. An audible signal confirms reading acquisition. The MiniTest 70 Series are powered by standard single AA battery and when the battery gets low, a BAT symbol appears to indicate that the battery needs to be changed.

Special feature of the MiniTest 70 FN model: It incorporates a dual sensor for automatic identification of the substrate material. The gage upon contact with the surface automatically switches to the suitable measuring principle based on your application: magnetic-induction or eddy currents.

If you would like more information please call:


Please find attached new product literature. If you have any questions or need assistance, do not hesitate to contact Sherri Thompson at the phone numbers listed below.


316 NE 1st STREET



954-946-9454 ext 321

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