Tricomb Plastic Wet Film Gauges (W2008)
Manufacturer: Rawlins Paints
Ensures the quality control of the paint thickness while the coating is still wet. Applying too much coating can be expensive. Wet film measurements are also useful for coatings where the dry film thickness can only be measured destructively.
Tricomb Plastic Wet Film Gauges (W2008) ensure quality control of the paint thickness while the coating is still wet. Applying too much coating can be expensive. Wet film measurements are also useful for coatings where the dry film thickness can only be measured destructively.
Allow the industrial painter a quick and economical test of the wet film thickness. Manufactured in plastic, they have been designed for one-off use only, saving time on cleaning the teeth after use. They can also be left to dry and kept as a permanent record of the paint thickness.
Metric values are on the front side of the gauge and the imperial values are on the back.
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