Zero Plates are available as uncoated precision machined steel or aluminum (6061-T6) in a variety of plate sizes.
PosiTector 6000 F, FS, FRS, FN, FNS,...
Certified Plastic Shims
For use with magnetic, eddy-current and ultrasonic coating thickness gages.(Not intended for use with Type 1 magnetic pull-off type gages)
Simulate a coating over a particular...
DeFelsko Certified Polystyrene Test Block Kits
DeFelsko Certified Polystyrene Test Block KitsUsed to verify the accuracy and operation of any Type 1 (mechanical) and Type 2 (electronic) magnetic, eddy-current or ultrasonic coating thickness...
CERTIFIED COATED METAL PLATES
Select the Standard that most closely matches the measuring range of your gage.
All certified standards are supplied with a Certificate of Calibration traceable to NIST or PTB.Plate Diameter: 38 mm (1...
DeFelsko Certified SPG Standards
Ideal for use in calibration labs
Certified and labeled in both Metric and Imperial unitsComes with a Sample Certificate of Accuracy
Used to verify the accuracy and operation of surface profile depth micrometers...
Certified thickness Standards are used to verify the accuracy and operation of coating thickness gages and are an important component in fulfilling both ISO/QS-9000 and in-house quality control requirements. Contracts often specify that coating thickness measurements be taken by gages whose measurement accuracy is traceable to a National Metrology Institute such as NIST or PTB.
Standards are typically purchased as an accessory to DeFelsko coating thickness gages. Many customers find it more practical to verify the accuracy of their own gages in-house, rather than utilize DeFelsko’s calibration services. This is particularly true when many gages are in use and/or when accuracy verification is performed often.
There are 5 types of coating thickness Standards available from DeFelsko:
Your electronic PosiTector and PosiTest gages come with NON-CERTIFIED PLASTIC SHIMS for use as a quick reference out in the field or on the floor. But these non-certified plastic shims are not ideal for verifying gage accuracy for the following reasons:
We include non-certified shims with our electronic gages to provide a quick verification of gage operation and allow the user to perform practice measurements when placed over metal.
In most instances, it will be more economical to trade-in Standards for a new set. Trade-in reduces the price of new Standards by 20%.