Liquid Penetrant Testing Consumables

Penetrant inspection expertise requires process consistency and dependable products so the inspector, engineer or technician can have confidence that every defect, flaw or indication will be found. The more repeatable the inspection, the greater the level of confidence an inspector gains. Magnaflux provides NDT-pros, engineers, and technician inspectors with chemical consumable products developed and tested to maximize process reliability in flourescent penetrant inspection (FPI) and dye penetrant testing.

Click the buttons below or scroll down to find out more about the Magnaflux full range of penetrant testing products including penetrants, developers and emulsifiers, QPL SAE AMS 2644 Qualified Product List products, and ASTM E1417, ASTM E165, ISO 3452 and Pratt & Whitney certified products.



Water Washable Fluorescent Penetrants

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Post Emulsifiable Fluorescent Penetrant

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Water-based Fluorescent Penetrants

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Visible Colour-Contrast Penetrants

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Cleaners, Removers, Emulsifiers

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Read More About Liquid Penetrant Testing Materials

Magnaflux Dye Penetrant Testing

How to Do Visible Dye Penetrant Testing

Watch an overview of the dye penetrant testing method according to ASTM E1417, including basic steps for NDT with an AMS 2644 Type 2 penetrant.


Magnaflux Water Washable Penetrant

Water Washable versus Post Emulsifiable Penetrant – Which is Right for You?

Learn the differences between water-removable and non-water-washable liquid penetrant to figure out which is right for you



Leak Detection with Penetrant Testing Process

Read more about using penetrant testing products to inspect for leaks by using fluorescent or visible/colored penetrant to enhance visual detection of leaks.


Differences between Level 2 penetrants

How to Select a Level 2 Fluorescent Penetrant

5-question guide to help understand the differences between Level 2 penetrants.


What is Method A(W)?

What is Method A(W)?

Learn about the separate category for Method A penetrants according to AMS 2644 and what they contain in their formula.


Contaminated Powder Developer

9 Daily Performance Checks for Liquid Penetrant Inspection Systems

Learn more on why penetrant daily checks are important for the integrity of your LPI Systems


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