X-Ray

Centreline Thickness Gauge

XRAY CENTRELINE
THICKNESS GAUGE

With its continuous, non-contact real-time measurement, the x-ray centre thickness measuring system (x-ray centreline thickness measurement) detects the thickness of the material in the centre of the strip.

In this measuring method, the material is irradiated by a single x-ray source mounted in the lower beam of the C-frame.

One to four ionisation chambers installed in the upper beam receive the remaining radiation, convert it into electrical signals and determine the exact thickness of the material from them.

Centreline Thickness

optional: Strip thickness cross profile measurement

Strip velocity  / length measurement using integrated
laser in the upper jaw

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X-Ray

Centreline Thickness Gauge

XRAY CENTRELINE
THICKNESS GAUGE

Technical Information

Material data (typical for Metal Service Centres)

Typical thickness range:

0.15 up to 8 mm, but not limited to

Speed:

400 m/min, but not limited to

Width:

up to 1,800 mm, but not limited to

Measurement system data

Gauge type:

movable C-frame

Radiation Source:

X-ray tube (metal-ceramic)

Measuring dynamics

Analogue time constant:

2 ms

Total time constant:

5 ms

Cycle time data output:

2 ms

Measuring accuracy (2 sigma values)

Linearity:

0.05 %, not better than ±0.20 μm

Long term drift (10 hrs):

0.1 %, not better than ±0.20 μm

Reproducibility:

0.1 %, not better than ±0.25 μm

Statistical noise (10 ms)

0.1 %, not better than ±0.25 μm

Product Catalogue IMS Measuring Systems for Metal Service Centres

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IMS Measuring Systems for Metal Service Centres