The Zonotip and the Zonotip+ (with additional features) are designed to measure the thickness of ferrous and non-ferrous metals as well as parts made from polymers, glass, ice, and other materials with a low ultrasonic attenuation.

The product’s measuring range on steel is from 0.7 mm to 300 mm.

The automation processes in the Zonotip make measuring very convenient. The patented algorithm of automatic adaptation to the surface curvature and roughness make measurements for instance on corroded surfaces possible, without the need for specific adjustments.

The Zonotip’s large, high-contrast color display ensures easy real-time visual control of the inspection process.


Key Features of Zonotip

  • Solid body of light, shock-proof plastic
  • Suitable for difficult weather conditions (frost- and heat-proof)
  • Large high-contrast color display ensures visual control of the inspection process
  • Memory for 50’000 measurements
  • 4.0 MHz dual-element transducer
  • Automatic adaptation to the surface curvature and roughness
  • Automatic logging of max and min values while scanning the object
  • Measuring of the ultrasonic pulse velocity on a sample with known thickness
  • Color, sound and vibration indication when set limits are exceeded
  • USB connection to PC for data transfer
  • 8 different languages selectable
  • Metric and imperial units
  • Signal strength indication
  • Battery level indication and automatic switch off function

Additional Features of Zonotip+

  • Smaller 2.5 MHz single-element transducer
  • A-Scan mode showing waveform on display and saves images to memory
  • Metal thickness measuring through surface coating (e.g. paint) in A-Scan mode

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