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Thomas Fuchs
Thomas Fuchs
08:50 Jul-13-1998
Re: Non Contact Film thickness measurement of wet film
: Hello,
: Can anyone help me locate a device to measure the wet film thickness of a coating (solvent based) that is on a polyurethane roll that is turning 110 feet per minute? I need a range of .001" to .002", with a resolution of .0002".
: thank you

Sorry, I just found your inquiry today (July 13).
We could offer such a gauge: non-contact, non-radiation, approx. 0.1-150 microns +/- 0.005 mircons,
extremely fast: up to 1000 thickness values per second!
Please check this Webpage for more information: http://www.applied-spectroscopy.com/ftm.htm


    
 
 
Jody Price
Jody Price
09:14 May-17-1999
Re: Non Contact Film thickness measurement of wet film
: Hello,
: Can anyone help me locate a device to measure the wet film thickness of a coating (solvent based) that is on a polyurethane roll that is turning 110 feet per minute? I need a range of .001" to .002", with a resolution of .0002".
: thank you

Dear Frank,

We have a new system that will measure thickness either on wet polyester roll or directly on the metal surface.

This system is very new. We have tried it on polyester film coating applications. The accuracy is well within your boundaries. Either wet or dry.

We have had no luck in contacting you directly and more or less gave up. Several coil coaters have also expressed interest in this system now and we are proceeding with them now.

Jody Price
sales@filmthickness.com




    
 
 
KI SU YOOn
KI SU YOOn
01:32 Oct-08-1999
Re: Non Contact Film thickness measurement of wet film
: Hello,
: Can anyone help me locate a device to measure the wet film thickness of a coating (solvent based) that is on a polyurethane roll that is turning 110 feet per minute? I need a range of .001" to .002", with a resolution of .0002".
: thank you




    
 
 
Leo
Leo
14:17 Apr-14-2016
Re: Non Contact Film thickness measurement of wet film
In Reply to Thomas Fuchs at 08:50 Jul-13-1998 .

I think here is a possible resource
www.semiconsoft.com/wp/

    
 
 

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