Phynix Surfix® Pro S-CT
For a safe assessment of the car tyre durability, during the process of production, in follow-up inspections, in constant-wear tests or with accident tyres the knowledge about the rubber thickness at various positions of the tyre is of great importance. Of great interest is the rubber thickness to the steel mesh, the tread and under-tread thickness, the thickness inside under the tread, interior and exterior surface in the flank area as well as the rubber thickness on the beads.
The handy coating thickness gauge Surfix® Pro S-CT provides for within seconds precise measurement rubber thickness at all important positions of the tyre. The device uses the magnetic inductive principle according to DIN EN ISO 2178 and measures the distance of the probe to the steel mesh.
After simple calibration directly on the steel mesh of a reference tyre (of the same type), immediate measurement can then be made on the original tyre. All calibrations on various reference tyres can be stored and recalled at any later time thus avoiding any recalibration on reference tyres.
The combi-probe F30T is used for greater rubber thicknesses up to approximately 30 mm on the tread and for the measurement on the under-tread thickness up to approx. 10 mm. As opposed to this, the probes F10-1,2,3 are used for smaller rubber thicknesses, e.g. inside underneath the tread, or inside and outside on the side walls or on the beads.
Even the total thickness on side walls having a fabric carcass can be measured up to a thickness of 10 mm. To do this, the probe F10-cp is positioned outside at the required position on the side wall, during which time a steel plate or disk (about the size of a 2 Euro coin) is held opposite to the probe on the inside.
- Gauge Surfix® Pro S-CT
- Protective rubber cover
- Carrying case
- 2 batteries AA
- PHYNIX.connect data transfer software
- Manufacturer’s certificate
- Instruction manual
Important: The gauge is delivered without probe. Please choose one or several probes from our probe selection and order seperately.
Phynix Wall thickness measurement TT-300 series
Compact Ultrasonic Gauge
The Delta™ TT-300 is a compact ultrasonic gauge designed for Wall Thickness Measurement measurement on metallic and non-metallic materials such as aluminium, titanium, plastic, ceramics and glass. The adjustable measurement frequency allows the connection of specific probes, for example the 10 MHz probe with high detection sensitivity.
- Easy to operate ultrasonic wall thickness measurement gauge
- Suitable for metals, glass and plastics
- Selectable range of transducers for different applications
- Automatic probe zero adjustment
- Two point calibration possible
- Selectable sensitivity for optimal adjustment to the characteristics of the material
- Display resolution selectable
- 4-digit LCD display with backlight
- Scan mode for minimum thickness measurement
- mm/inch selectable
- Large internal memory for 500 readings divided in up to 5 files
- Including rubber protector, couplant and durably aluminium carrying case
Phynix Wall thickness measurement TT-100 series
Universal wall thickness gauge with external probe
The Delta TT-100 is an universal gauge for metallic and non-metallic materials, e. g. steel, aluminium, grey cast iron, glass, ceramic, plastics or glass. The measuring procedure requires two adjacent parallel surfaces.
The gauge is chracterized by high accuracy and with an easy-to-use menue structure. Five different sound velocities can be stored in order to facilitate the measuring of different materials. The device can alos be used for determining the sound velocity.
The measurement process is simple: after adjusting the sound velocity and applying coupling gel the probe will be placed on the measuring spot. A symbol in the display signals a successful pairing and the wall thickness can be read. For the storage of the readings 10 spaces are available.
For measurements on hot steel surfaces the Delta TT-120 can be used. A special high-temperature probe allows measurements up to 300 °C. A high-temperature coupling gel is required.
If higher accuracy is needed, we recommend the Delta TT-130, with a resolution of 0.01 mm (TT-100: 0.1 mm).
- Gauge Delta TT-100 Serie
- Probe Typ 5 MHz with cable
- Integrated 4 mm steel block for testing
- Batteries 2 x 1,5 V AA
- Coupling gel 60 ml
- Instruction manual
- Manufacturer’s certificate
- Carrying case
Phynix Impact TH-series
Portable hardness testers for testing according to DIN EN ISO 16859
The modern portable hardness testers Impact TH-170, TH-172 and TH-174 provide for a price-conscious, yet accurate solution for hardness testing on site, in the workshop or in production. The devices measure accurately and reliably.
With the automatic identification of impact direction the operation is very easy. It can be used in any position, even upside down. A data memory stores up to 270 values. The measurement data can be transferred to a PC or printer via a USB interface. The devices are equipped with replaceable batteries for 16 hours of continuous operation.
- Dynamic and quick rebound hardness testing
- TH-170 with integrated impact device D
- TH-172 with integrated impact device C with low impact energy for surface hardened components and those with thin walls
- TH-174 with integrated impact device DL for testing in confined spaces
- Wide measurement range
- Direct display of hardness scales: Rockwell HRB, HRC, Vickers HV, Brinell HB, Shore HS, Leeb HL
- Suitable for most metallic materials
- Automatic gravity compensation for measurements in any position
- Ease of use and low test expenditure
- High accuracy ± 0.5%
- Digital LCD display of all functions and hardness values
- Data transfer to PC via USB data output
- Device incl. integrated impact device D, C or DL
- Hardness reference block
- Batteries 2 x 1.5 V AAA
- Cleaning brush
- Coupling paste
- USB interface cable
- Instruction Manual
- Carrying Case
Phynix Roughness tester TR-200
Roughness tester with exchangeable probe
The TR 200 is a precision surface roughness tester with exchangeable probe for fast and accurate determination of surface roughness according to Ra, Ra and 11 more roughness parameters. Due to its small dimensions it can be used both in production and in the laboratory. The simple, menu-driven handling as well as high repeatability draw are key Features of the TR-200.
After pressing the start button the micro probe scans the surface within a few seconds and then immediately shows digitally in accordance with the preselected cut-off wavelength (cut-off length) either the Ra or Ry.
The graphic display Shows both the numerical values of the roughness and the material ratio curve. The measured data allows the calculation of 13 different roughness figures (Ra, Rz, Ry, Rq, Rt, Rp, Rmax, Rm, R3z, S, Sm, Sk, Tp).
Phynix Roughness tester TR-110
Portable roughness testing Ra and Rz
The small portable surface roughness tester TR – 110 has been designed especially for the fast and accurate measurement on the shop floor. It works on the same piezoelectric microprobe principle as is used for high precision labor equipment. The ease of use as well as the high repeatability are special features of the TR – 110.
After pressing the start button the micro probe scans the surface within a few seconds and then immediately shows either the value Rz or Ra. To determine both parameters Ra and Rz the surface needs to be scanned only once. The integrated slide can be slid over the probe to protect the diamond tip when not in use. In addition, the 1.5 – minute switch-off mode protects the lithium ion battery against unnecessary discharge.
- Piezoelectric sensor with high measurement accuracy
- Integrated sleeve protects the probe tip
- Suitable for surfaces from 40 mm Ø
- V- groove
- Protective cap for the measuring sensor
- EC Declaration of Conformity
- Cut-off wavelength: 0.25 mm / 0.8 mm / 2.5 mm
- Dynamic display of the measurement process in the Display
- Simple calibration by using the keyboard
- Display Illumination
- Battery level warning indicator with audible Alarm
- Measurements are possible during charging
- Auto-Off after 90 seconds / Standby
Phynix Porosity detection
Pore detection in electrically insulating layers
The porosity detector series DC Compact are used for easy detection of pores and flaws in electrically insulating layers (for example lacquers, enamels, plastic coatings) on all metals or concrete. DC Compact instruments are particularly useful in the production and out in the field, eg. for pipelines, storage tanks or enameled construction parts. The portable porosity detector DC Compact consists of a fully insulated plastic housing and a the high voltage probe incl. brush. Using a special strap, the device can easily be carried, so that both hands are free for testing.
The porosity test is performed with a low-energy high DC voltage. Depending on the device type, the test voltage can be adjusted continuously from 0 to 15 kV or 30 kV. The test voltage is determined exclusively by the thickness of the layer to be tested. Therefore the film thickness should be measured before testing in order to prevent high voltage damage. A reference table which is part of the delivery content helps to determine the best test voltage which depends on the layer thicknesses.
The test procedure is performed by slowly pulling the brush with ca. 30 cm/s over the layer to be tested. A defect is indicated by sparkover and additionally by an audible and visual signal. The sensitivity is adjustable. For optimum test results different brushes are available like flat brushes and round brushes for internal and external testing on tubes.
|10213||DC Compact DC15|
|0 – 15 kV|
|11255||DC Compact DC15|
|0 – 15 kV|
|10185||DC Compact DC30|
|0 – 30 kV|
|11256||DC Compact DC30|
|0 – 30 kV|
- Device with battery
- Charging clip with universal power supply
- High voltage probe with 2m HV cable
- Ground cable 7m
- Flat brush 250 mm
- Extension 450 mm
- Pneumatic earphones
- Carrying strap
- Instruction manual
- Test certificate
- Carrying case
- Additional battery
- 50mm extension for round or spiral brushes
Phynix Cross hatch cutter
For measurements according to DIN EN ISO 2409 or ASTM D3359-02
Handy cross hatch cutter for measurements of adhesion of coating material on Substrate. PHYNIX cross hatch cutters are reasonably priced devices, meeting all cross cut standards. They consist of an exchangeable multiple blade device made of hardened tool steel, a rugged holdfast made of aluminum, as well as an ergonomically formed synthetic hand grip.
The freely turn-able hand grip always ensures the correct position of cutting edges on the surface during cutting.
The cylindrical cutting system consists of 6 cutting edges with 6 respectively 11 grinds each. High quality multiple blade devices made of tool steel ensure a long durability. After attrition of one cutting edge the device can easily be rotated to continue with a new unused edge. A hex key for an easy exchange of the blade, a brush to clean the scarified surface, as well as a magnifying glass for the evaluation of the edges cut are included in the delivery.
|Product No.||Devices for measurements according to|
DIN EN ISO 2409
|10405||Cross hatch cutter 0–60 µm||1 mm|
|10246||Cross hatch cutter 60–120 µm||2 mm|
|10382||Cross hatch cutter 120–250 µm||3 mm|
|Product No.||Devices for measurements according to |
|10723||Cross hatch cutter 0–50 µm||1 mm|
|10726||Cross hatch cutter 50–125 µm||2 mm|
Surfix® E Family
Standard gauge with firmlay attached probe
The gauges from the Surfix® E-FN Family have a firmly attached probe. Therefore this gauge is interesting for users with defined measurement applications e.g. in hard-to-reach spots. The menu-driven operating structure ensures simple use and clear operating instructions. The free language selection – in addition to German, English and French also many other languages such as Spanish, Italian and Polish – provides security in operation and prevents malfunction.
The Surfix® E devices have a large memory for measured values, statistical functions, three calibration procedures and data transmission via infrared or cable. The determination of coating thicknesses is quickly and precisely possible. With the fixed probe, coating thicknesses up to 1,500 μ can be determined.
All gauges uses two proven measurement methods for coating thickness measurement: the magnetic and the eddy current method (DIN EN ISO 2178 und 2360). Both methods provide an equally high accuracy even with thin coatings, on steel and non-ferrous metals. Surfix® E is available in three variants:
- The Surfix® E-F allows the non-destructive coating thickness measurement on iron or steel, ie on a ferromagnetic base material, with the magnet-inductive measuring method, whereby the layers to be measured have to be non-magnetic
The Surfix® E-N works with the eddy current method and enables the non-destructive coating thickness measurement on non-magnetic, metallic substrates such as aluminum or copper. The layers to be measured must be electrically insulated, eg varnishes, enamels or plastics
Users have the greatest flexibility with the Surfix® E-FN which uses both measuring methods. The measuring signals are automatically evaluated electronically and the right measuring method is automatically selected. The correct layer thickness is displayed, whether on iron or on non-ferrous metal.
All probes of the Surfix® E gauges have a highly wear-resistant measuring pole made of hardmetal and thus have an almost unlimited lifetime. The plastic foot of the probes is provided with a V-groove and thus ensures a vertical positioning even on cylindrical or curved surfaces. An optionally available high-temperature foot enables measurement on surfaces with a temperature of up to 300 ° C.
The Surfix® E gauges are widely used in the following areas
- in the electroplating industry
- in the painting industry
- in the automotive industry
- in the chemical industry
- in aerospace engineering
- in shipbuilding
- in research labs and universities
- in the workshop
- for consultants and assessors
|Smallest curvature radius for convex surfaces||1,5 mm|
|Smallest curvature radius for concave surfaces||5 mm|
|Smallest operation height||115 mm|
|Smallest measurement area||5 x 5 mm|
|Smallest base material thickness – F||0,2 mm|
|Smallest base material thickness – N||50 µm|