New Coating Thickness Gauge Stuns the Instrument Industry; The New FenderSplendor FS 502 Cuts the Price of a Quality Hand Held Thickness Gauge in Half

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The FenderSplendor FS 488 Paint Meter turned the paint meter industry upside down last year when it was introduced at half the price of competitive gauges. Over 2,000 car dealers bought the FS 488. Now FenderSplendor is introducing the FS 502 Paint Thickness Gauge for industrial users at half the price of the competition.

FenderSplendor, Inc. shocked the paint meter industry for the second time in 12 months with the announcement of the new FS 502 Coating Thickness Gauge. Sold exclusively on the Internet at, the new FS 502 Paint Thickness Gauge sells for less than half the price of the leading competitors. The FS 502 is an electronic, full featured, high accuracy thickness gauge for industrial and business users.

FenderSplendor, Inc. President Allen Willey said: "Last year we proved that cutting the price of paint meters in half would make them available to thousands of Car Dealers who had been put off by the existing high prices. The FS 488 Paint Meter quickly became the fastest selling Paint Thickness Gauge in America with sales exceeding 2,000 in the first 12 months."

Willey went on to say that hundreds of companies called last year when they saw the low price of the FS 488, but they needed a more fully featured thickness gauge designed for industrial and manufacturing applications. "The FS 502 offers the features that the most demanding users request. The FS 502 reads in both mils and microns, has a cool blue lighted readout, and measures with extreme accuracy to .1 mil." By selling directly on the Internet ( ), Willey said he is able to sell the FS 502 for under $500.

The FS 502 Coating Thickness Gauge is designed for powder coating, metal refinishing, manufacturing and testing applications. It measures over both steel (fe) and aluminum (nfe) and can take a single or continuous measurement. Additional information is available at or by calling at 251-948-2130.


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