Olympus is a leading source of ultrasonic thickness gauges for the accurate measurement of many types of material. Our digital thickness gauges offer a range of features for advanced performance. Explore different options to suit your application needs, from simple handheld gauges to advanced models. All Olympus ultrasonic thickness gauges can measure thickness from one side of a part. An ultrasonic thickness gauge can measure most engineering materials, including plastics, metals, metal composites, rubber, and internally corroded materials. Olympus is also a leading manufacturer of Hall-effect thickness gauges, which are ideal if you’re looking to achieve fast, precise, and accurate measurements on nonferrous or thin materials, such as plastic bottles.
The 27MG basic ultrasonic thickness gauge is designed to make accurate measurements from one side on internally corroded or eroded metal pipes and parts. It is lightweight, durable, and ergonomically designed for easy, one-hand operation.
The 45MG advanced ultrasonic thickness gauge is packed with standard measurement features and software options. This unique instrument is compatible with the complete range of Olympus dual element and single element thickness gauge transducers.
The versatile 38DL PLUS™ gauge can be used with dual element transducers for the measurement of corroded pipes to the very precise thickness measurements of thin or multilayer materials with a single element transducer.
The 72DL PLUS™ advanced ultrasonic thickness gauge delivers precision thickness measurements at high speed in a portable, easy-to-use device. Compatible with single element transducers up to 125 MHz, this innovative instrument is ideally suited to measure the thickness of ultra-thin materials, including multilayer paint, coatings, and plastic. It can simultaneously display the thickness of up to 6 layers.
The Magna-Mike® 8600 is a portable thickness gauge that uses a simple magnetic method to make reliable and repeatable measurements on nonferrous materials. Operation of the Magna-Mike is very simple. Measurements are made when its magnetic probe is held or scanned on one side of the test material and a small target ball (or disk or wire) is placed on the opposite side or dropped inside a container. The probe’s Hall Effect sensor measures the distance between the probe tip and target ball. The measurements are instantly displayed on the large color thickness display as an easy-to-read digital thickness reading.