5 conseils rapides pour vos Magnétoscopies

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5 conseils rapides pour vos Magnétoscopies

Quelques conseils pratiques pour les débutants en magnétoscopie ou les professionnels du CND qui veulent un guide de référence facile.

Comment préparer votre réservoir de liqueur magnétique

Base huile :

  1. EVidez l’ancien bain, si nécessaire.

  2. Essuyez tous les résidus du réservoir et de la pompe.

  3. Ajoutez la base huile Carrier II dans le réservoir, en vous assurant de garder une indication du nombre de litre que vous utilisez.

  4. Allumez la pompe.

  5. Mesurez les particules magnétiques conformément à la recommandation de concentration sur la fiche technique du produit.

  6. Ajoutez les particules directement sur la pompe pour une répartition plus rapide.

  7. Mélanger pendant au moins 15 minutes, jusqu’à ce que les particules soient complètement et uniformément dispersées dans la suspension.

  8. Vérifiez la concentration avant utilisation.

Base eau :

  1. Videz l’ancien bain, si nécessaire.

  2. Essuyez tous les résidus du réservoir et de la pompe.

  3. Ajoutez de l’eau au réservoir, en vous assurant de garder une indication du nombre de litre que vous utilisez.

  4. Allumez la pompe.

  5. Si vous utilisez uniquement des particules 14A ou MG-410 : Mesurez le conditionneur d’eau, ajoutez directement sur la pompe et mélangez pendant 5 minutes.

  6. Mesurez les particules magnétiques, la poudre ou le liquide selon la recommandation de concentration sur la fiche technique du produit.

  7. Ajoutez les particules magnétiques directement sur la pompe pour une répartition plus rapide.

  8. Mélanger pendant au moins 15 minutes, jusqu’à ce que les particules soient complètement et uniformément dispersées dans la suspension.

  9. Vérifiez la concentration avant utilisation.

 

Comment vérifier la concentration de particules magnétiques :

Pour vérifier la concentration de particules, après avoir fait un nouveau réservoir, avant de faire tester les pièces et au début de chaque quart de travail.

  1. Laissez le moteur de la pompe fonctionner pendant plusieurs minutes pour mettre en suspension les particules dans le liquide.

  2. Faire couler le mélange du réservoir à travers le tuyau et/ou la buse pendant quelques instants pour nettoyer le tuyau.

  3. Remplissez le tube centrifuge jusqu’à la ligne de 100 mL.

  4. Placez le tube dans son support à l’abri des vibrations.

  5. Laissez le tube reposer pendant 60 minutes pour les bases huile et 30 minutes pour les bases eau.

  6. Si la lecture est plus élevée que recommandé, ajoutez plus de liquide de suspension (eau ou huile selon votre bain). Si la lecture est inférieure à celle recommandée, ajoutez des particules magnétiques ou du concentré de particules magnétique.

Concentration recommandée de particules :

Concentration pour un prélèvement de 100 mL dans un tube de décantation

  • Particules magnétiques fluorescentes : 0,1 à 0,4 mL

  • Particules magnétiques non fluorescentes : 1,2 à 2,4 mL
     

Bonnes pratiques pour la vérification de la concentration de particules

  • N’incluez pas de particules de saleté lors de la lecture du volume de décantation de vos particules magnétiques.

  • Pour les particules fluorescentes : vérifiez le tube de centrifugeuse avec bain sous la lumière UV après avoir mesuré le volume de décantation pour vous assurer qu’il n’y a pas de pigment fluorescent dans la partie liquide.

  • Vérifiez la concentration de particules une fois par jour au minimum, plus si vous traitez beaucoup de pièces ou si vous avez beaucoup de perte de particules.

  • Changez le bain régulièrement pour lutter contre la contamination et préserver l’intégrité des particules – environ une fois par semaine – ou jusqu’à une fois par mois si le bain n’est pas contaminé ou si le volume d’inspection est faible.

 

Comment démagnétiser une pièce

Après inspection, les pièces sont généralement démagnétisées pour éliminer le champ magnétique.

La démagnétisation est réalisée par un champ de polarité inverse dans la pièce.

Ce champ est progressivement réduit de haute à faible résistance par petites étapes.

La plupart des normes de l’industrie exigent que le flux magnétique soit réduit à moins de 3 gauss.

  1. Mettez la pièce dans une bobine démagnétisation,

  2. Activez le courant de démagnétisation.

  3. Retirez la pièce et éloignez-la d’au moins 1 mètre de la bobine lorsque le courant est allumé.

  4. Pour plus d’efficacité, faites pivoter la pièce d’un bout à l’autre pendant le retrait.
    5.    Vérifiez le magnétisme résiduel avec un mesureur de champ.

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