Tritex NDT is a leading company specializing only in the manufacture and supply of Multiple Echo Ultrasonic Metal Thickness Gauges used for verifying corrosion levels and measuring metal thickness from one side only, without removing any protective coatings. Coatings up to 20 mm are completely ignored. We supply ultrasonic thickness meters worldwide for use in all applications where metal thickness is a concern. Performance is the most important feature of our ultrasonic thickness gauges. You want the gauge to give reliable accurate measurements in the most demanding of applications. Whether it’s coated, bare metal, heavily corroded or clean, the Tritex Multigauge range has proven to be reliable, simple, accurate and robust. Single crystal probe technology avoids problems with ‘V’ beam error associated with twin crystal probes.
All our metal thickness gauges have Intelligent Probe Recognition (IPR), Automatic Measurement Verification System (AMVS) and Coating Plus+. Tritex Multiple Echo thickness gauges significantly reduce preparation time as they eliminate the need to remove surface coatings.
"We have a lot of experience using underwater thickness gauges but my team insist on using only the Tritex gauges now." Seatech Commercial Diving Services Ltd - UK
"It's a sensitive gauge that works well" Red Sea Diving - Egypt
“As far as I am concerned, Tritex thickness gauges are the best thickness gauges I have used (that exclude the paint) and they are less expensive than other makes that come close.”
Sonometric Inspection CC - South Africa
“The company is one of the most honest and reliable suppliers I have dealt with…”
Tritex NDT are pleased to announce the launch of the new Multigauge 5700 Datalogger gauge which stores measurements on the gauge in a grid or string format. The results are then transferred to a PC or laptop using a RF transceiver. This means that the gauge can also be used for remote datalogging applications. The gauge has the same features and high level of performance as the Multigauge 5600 thickness gauge, but with the added benefit of being able to store measurements on the gauge.