High quality fluorescent liquid penetrant inspections require strong removability combined with strong sensitivity to deliver clear, crisp indications
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Breaking down the definitions of particle, micron, and the debate if magnetic particle size has an effect in magnetic particle inspection
The next revision of ASTM E1417 has been published, and a lot is changing. Here are several changes that you should be aware of.
Learn about the separate category for Method A penetrants according to AMS 2644 and what they contain in their formula.
Defining and explaining the 4 contributors to a couplants ability to perform
The next revision of ASTM E1444 is out for the final ballot, and a lot is changing. Here are five significant changes that you should know about for 2021.
Defining the different types of Level IIIs and some aspects of what their job entails
Discover what mixing or testing could be required to return a penetrant to its original state once it has frozen
Learn how ISO 9001 affects the NDT materials you use, therefore affecting your quality management system
Liquid penetrant inspection is a nondestructive test method which does not harm the parts being inspected.
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