Ferrite Content Meter

Feritscope FMP30

Price on request

Feritscope FMP30

Price on request


The FERITSCOPE FMP30 measures the ferrite content in austenitic and duplex steel according to the magnetic induction method. All magnetisable structure sections are measured i.e., in addition to delta-ferrite also strain-induced martensite, for example, or other ferritic phases. Upon probe placement on the surface of the specimen, the reading is displayed automatically and stored in the instrument. The probe can also be placed onto hard to reach areas. For such applications, the instrument features an “external start” function to trigger the measurements with the push of a button. This is ideal for measurements in pipes, boreholes or grooves.

Standard package includes: FERITSCOPE FMP30 instrument, wrist strap, case, battery set, short form operating 605-026 instructions printed, operator’s manual and USB driver on CD, interface cable FMP/PC.



Measurements range

Units of measurement


Number of readings

Evaluation of results


Optional Connections



From 0.1 to 80 % Fe or 0.1 to 110 FN

Switchable between WRC-FN and %Fe

Only one calibration required for the relevant measurement range from 0.1 to approx. 90 FN.

Up to 20,000

Statistical evaluation with mean, standard deviation, max and min values, range

USB port for data transfer to a PC or printer

Optional Bluetooth® module, interface for wireless data transfer to a PC

Adherence to the measurement accuracy specified in standard ANSI/AWS A4.2M/A4.2:1997

Robust and handy device for fast and exact determination of ferrite content onsite

Display of the measured value in ferrite percentage (% Fe) or as ferrite number (FE)

Large and easily readable display with comprehensive functions

Measures automatically as soon as the probe is applied

Various probes available for reliable measurement even in hard-to-reach areas

Large choice of calibration materials available

Just one calibration required for the entire measurement area

Also available as a module with full functionality for the stationary measurement instrument MMS PC2