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DFT of MIO coating

DFT of MIO coating

(OP)
How to measure the DFT of MIO coatings?

We know MIO is magnetic, and it may affect the reading of a magnetic DFT gauge. In this case, how we can measure the DFT (Non destrutive) ?

Regards

Cococa

RE: DFT of MIO coating

ASTM D6312

Fischer Technology seem fairly adamant that MIO doesn't affect their FMP magnetic instruments.

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RE: DFT of MIO coating

(OP)
Thanks for your prompt reply.

But what does this ASTM D6312 for? Anything related to my query? Was it a typo?

Regards

Cococa

RE: DFT of MIO coating

Ah yes - I see the confusion. Typo: it's D6132blush. You can still look it up thoughglasses

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RE: DFT of MIO coating

Try this....non-magnetic. Works on a variety of substrates....

Positector

RE: DFT of MIO coating

(OP)
Thank you for your interest and reply.

But, please check again. It is a magnetic probe for ferrous substrates !

Thanks

Cococa

RE: DFT of MIO coating

Cococa,

The Positector 6000 uses both magnetic AND eddy current sensors so that it can be use on all metals.

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