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Digital Coating Thickness Gauge (GL-6S)


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  • Brand: A.L.T

Product details

  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 22 September 2019
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ A.L.T
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07Y77FDG7

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Product description

This Coating thickness gauge GL-6S will identify for you whether the repaint work is done or not on car's body (Accident Car Identifier). It is designed to measure the thickness of steel or aluminum sheet paint coating.

It is also possible to make a measurement based on a defined reference point. The measurement resolution equals 10µm. The device is equipped with an internal EEPROM memory for 100 measurements which enables to check the results after the measurement is made. The memory doesn't get deleted after turning off the device. The device has a LCD back light which makes measuring in places with insufficient light (e.g. garage) much easier.

Layer thickness up to 70 um – thin lacquer layer. (The lacquer is laid without a ground coat, polished.)
Layer thickness up to 80 – 200 um – for original lacquers.
- GOOD
Layer thickness up to 200 – 300 um – after lacquer repairs (second lacquer)
- Second Lacquer - WORSE
Layer thickness up to 300 – 520 um – surfaces after tinsmith repairs (a trowel 2 lacquers)
- BAD
Layer thickness up to 520 – 750 um – surfaces after filling and lacquering. (trowel amount around 0,5 mm)
- VERY BAD


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