The latest addition to the MMS Inspection family is a three-piece set that supports corrosion protection inspections with functions for measuring layer thicknesses, checking surface profiles and determining dew points. The stand-out model in the layer thickness range - called MMS Inspection DFT High - features a high-precision dual probe for reliably measuring coatings on iron/steel, non-ferrous/ferrous metals, and coatings on non-ferrous metals such as aluminum. What makes this device particularly user-friendly is that it automatically selects the appropriate measuring method.
However, Helmut Fischer has streamlined the entire MMS Inspection range to ensure easy handling. These devices boast secure, one-hand operation, a state-of-the-art user interface and a high-contrast display that automatically rotates to suit any angle. Their comfortable three-point support also ensures precise measurements can be taken in any situation. What's more, the devices feature a number of custom configuration options, meaning they can be modified to meet specific needs. Depending on the chosen settings, the system confirms each measurement either visually, audibly or through vibrations. The software guides the user step-by-step through the individual measuring programs and indicates whether the measurement values are within the specified tolerance. As a result, the devices can even be used efficiently by untrained staff. Other benefits of the series include its compliance with all major standards – including SSPC-PA 2 and ISO 19840 - and its extremely robust design. The rugged new MMS Inspection range can therefore also be used in harsh environments such as the maritime sector. After all, not only are the devices shockproof and dust-resistant - they're also protected against jets of water (IP65).