Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges

The Measurement Shop UK's wide selection of high-quality ultrasonic thickness gauges manufactured by Sauter.

Thickness gauges are essential devices used when analysing materials such as glass, ceramics, plastics and metals. Many building, construction and manufacturing companies have regulations surrounding the appropriate thickness of materials; gauges are used to accurately measure and check material thickness is at an optimum, standard level to keep costs low, whilst providing adequate protection and quality.

For more information about our digital thickness gauges, please see our comprehensive guide to thickness gauges.

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  1. Reed R7900 Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge, 15.7" | The Measurement Shop UK
    Reed R7900 Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge, 15.7"
    £826.00 £991.20
    These top-quality ultrasonic thickness gauges feature a large backlit LCD display and are capable of measuring the thickness of a wide variety of ultrasonic conductive materials such as metals, plastics, ceramics, glass and other composites. Learn More
  2. Reed TM-8811 Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | The Measurement Shop UK
    Reed TM-8811 Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge 0.05/7.9", 1.5/200MM
    £337.00 £404.40
    The TM-8811 features a built-in calibration function, low battery indicator and includes couplant. This model is perfect for monitoring and verifying pipes and pressure vessels as well as for a range of Industrial manufacturing procedures. Learn More
  3. Sauter TN-EE Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | Measurement Shop UK
    TN-EE Sauter Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

    Starting at £1,200.00 £1,440.00

    Sauter's TN-EE thickness gauge utilises ultrasonic testing at high frequency. Highly directional sound waves are used to measure material thickness, find hidden internal flaws, or analyse material properties in metals, plastics, composites, ceramics, rubber, and glass. The TN-EE series utilises the Echo-Echo Measuring Principle. Learn More
  4. Sauter TD-GOLD Ultrasonic Gold Tester | Measurement Shop UK
    TD-GOLD Sauter Ultrasonic Gold Tester

    Starting at £450.00 £540.00

    You can use the TD-GOLD ultrasonic gold tester to determine whether gold bars and coins are genuine or whether they contain a core of a different material. This instrument measures the thickness of gold bars and gold coins using ultrasound. Learn More
  5. Sauter TU-US Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | Measurement Shop UK
    TU-US Sauter Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

    Starting at £1,170.00 £1,404.00

    Sauter's TU-US ultrasonic thickness gauge is used for testing at high frequency. Highly directional sound waves are used to measure material thickness, find hidden internal flaws, or analyse material properties in metals, plastics, composites, ceramics, rubber, and glass. Learn More
  6. Sauter TD-US Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | Measurement Shop UK
    TD-US Sauter Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

    Starting at £370.00 £444.00

    The TD-US is an ultrasonic thickness gauge used for testing at high frequency. Manufactured by Sauter, the TD-US emits highly directional sound waves are used to measure material thickness, find hidden internal flaws, or analyse material properties in metals, plastics, composites, ceramics, rubber, and glass. Learn More
  7. Sauter TN-US Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | Measurement Shop UK
    TN-US Sauter Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

    Starting at £560.00 £672.00

    The Sauter TN-US ultrasonic thickness gauge is used for testing at high frequency. TN-US emits highly directional sound waves are used to measure material thickness, find hidden internal flaws, or analyse material properties. Using frequencies beyond the limit of human hearing, ultrasonic instruments generate shorts bursts of sound energy that are coupled into the test piece. Learn More
  8. Sauter TB-US Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge | Measurement Shop UK
    TB-US Sauter Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge

    Starting at £270.00 £324.00

    TB-US ultrasonic thickness gauges emit highly directional sound waves are used to measure material thickness, find hidden internal flaws, or analyse material properties. Using frequencies beyond the limit of human hearing, ultrasonic instruments generate shorts bursts of sound energy that are coupled into the test piece, and the instrument monitors and analyses reflected or transmitted wave patterns to generate test results. Learn More
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