Introducing the Fischer Probe FGB2
The right choice for corrosion resistant Inconel cladding thickness measurement in heat recovery applications
What is it?
Single pole perpendicular contacting probe with wear resistant CVD coated tip, for non-destructive measurement of non-magnetic corrosion resistant coatings on steel substrates
How does it work?
Magnetic induction method
To ISO specification?
0 – 5 mm
What is the USP?
CVD coated probe tip extends probe life and heat resistant shield allows measurements at elevated temperatures up to 80°C. Small probe footprint allows easy access to complex shapes and weld features.
Typical measuring applications
Thickness of Inconel and other corrosion/oxidation resistant coatings in waste heat recovery vessels
What are the main markets?
High energy usage manufacturing processes where heat recovery from flue gases is economically and environmentally beneficial
Suitable instrument types from Helmut Fischer GmbH:
The FGB2 contacting (tactile) probe utilises the magnetic induction method (ISO 2178), and can be paired with a range of Fischer portable instruments to provide accurate non-destructive thickness measurement of Inconel cladding on steel. The probe can tolerate elevated contact temperatures and has a wear resistant probe tip