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How does one accurately measure coating thickness on the inside and outside of a small-diameter (~50mm) pipe?


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From Daniel Heath of Dan Heath Inspection Services Inc. on June 3, 2013:
Use a micrometer to find the overall thickness then subtract the known thickness of the pipe.  The difference would be the coating thickness.

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