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with no protection against the fumes / vapour. Why not check the coating when it’s dry, as this way you will eliminate the risk to yourself from paint fumes / intoxication. Profile testing on blasted steel is a required activity following the blast process. Wearing a paper respirator in a lead environment would not be sufficient in this case. Did the inspector know it was a lead environment? Please be vigilant for yourself / others and


take every step necessary to prevent being another statistic on an accident form.


WHY NOTCHECK THECOATING WHEN IT’S DRY, AS THIS WAY YOU WILLELIMINATETHERISK TO YOURSELF FROM PAINT FUMES / INTOXICATION.


Coating Thickness Gages Fit the RPE


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Secure the RPE


 All models include memory, statistics, HiLo alarm and a USB port


 Simplified paperless QA – no software required


 NEW PosiTector body accepts all PosiTector 6000, SPG, and DPM probes easily converting from a coating thickness gage to a surface profile gage or dew point meter


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