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2014-09-30
WIP Standard
AMSSTD2154B
The purpose of this military standard is to provide uniform methods for the ultrasonic inspection of wrought metals and wrought metal products.
2014-05-08
WIP Standard
AMS2641C
This specification covers two types of refined hydrocarbon compounds in the form of liquids. This product has been used typically as a vehicle for the suspension of magnetic particles used in magnetic particle inspection procedures, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2014-04-25
WIP Standard
AMS3046G
This specification covers one type of fluorescent magnetic particles in the form of a mixed, ready to use suspension in an odorless, inspection oil vehicle and packaged in aerosol cans. This product has been used typically as the inspection medium in a wet, fluorescent magnetic particle inspection system as defined in AMS2640 or ASTM E 1444, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2014-04-25
WIP Standard
AMS3158D
This specification covers a stable, noncorrosive, water-soluble, highly-penetrating, fluorescent solution which may, but need not, be diluted with an appropriate amount of water for use. This product has been used typically for use in fluorescent penetrant inspection of parts and assemblies for detection of surface discontinuities and imperfections, particularly on parts, such as those in oxygen systems, which must not be exposed to oils, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2014-04-25
WIP Standard
AMSI83387B
This specification covers both the material and the examination process of an inspection material in the form of a dispersion of magnetic particles in a controlled viscosity rubber base that cures at room temperature by addition of one or more curing agents. The test object is magnetized with the uncured rubber covering the area of interest. The magnetic particles then migrate to the leakage field caused by the discontinuity. As the rubber cures, discontinuity indications remain in place on the rubber. The product may be supplied in a variety of viscosities and colors. Magnetic Rubber Inspection is a nondestructive inspection technique used for detecting cracks or flaws on or near the surface of ferromagnetic materials. Its principal applications are in certain problem areas, such as: Areas having limited visual or mechanical accessibility; Coated surfaces; Complex shapes or poor surface conditions; and, Inspection for defects that require magnification for detection and interpretation.
2014-02-06
Standard
AMS2647E
This specification details requirements and procedures for the detection of defects in aircraft and engine components during maintenance and overhaul operations.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3042F
This specification covers nonfluorescent, magnetic particles in the form of dry powders intended to be suspended in oil or conditioned water vehicle for use in the wet method, magnetic particle inspection. These particles have been used typically as the inspection medium in a wet magnetic particle inspection system in accordance with ASTM E 1444, using either an oil or a conditioned water vehicle, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3041F
This specification covers nonfluorescent magnetic particles in the form of a mixed, ready-to-use suspension in an odorless inspection oil vehicle. These products have been used typically as the inspection medium in a wet magnetic particle inspection system in accordance with ASTM E 1444, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3043E
This specification covers nonfluorescent magnetic particles in the form of a mixed, ready to use suspension in an odorless oil vehicle and packaged in aerosol cans. These particles have been used typically as the inspection medium in a wet magnetic particle inspection system in accordance with ASTM E 1444, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS2632B
This specification covers the procedure for ultrasonic inspection of flat, contoured, and cylindrical products having a cross sectional-thickness of 0.02 to 0.5 inches (0.5 to 12.7 mm). This specification does not apply to inspection of composite materials.

This process has been used typically for locating and defining internal defects such as cracks, voids, laminations, and other structural discontinuities which may or may not be exposed to the surface, but usage is not limited to such applications.

2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3045F
This specification covers fluorescent magnetic particles in the form of a mixed, ready to use suspension in an odorless inspection oil vehicle. These particles have been used typically as the inspection medium in a wet method, magnetic inspection system as defined in ASTM E 1444, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3044G
This specification covers fluorescent magnetic particles in the form of a dry powder. These particles have been used typically as the inspection medium in wet, fluorescent magnetic particle inspection system as defined in ASTM E 1444 using either an oil or conditioned-water vehicle, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-18
WIP Standard
AMS3040E
This specification covers nonfluorescent, magnetic particles having black, red, gray, or other color, as specified, supplied in the form of dry powders. This product is used typically as an inspection medium in a dry magnetic particle inspection process in accordance with ASTM E 1444, but usage is not limited to such application.
2013-10-17
Standard
AMS2644F
This specification establishes the classification, technical requirements, tests, and test procedures for the qualification, approval, and quality verification of all materials used in the liquid penetrant methods of inspection with the exception of those excluded in the application section.
2013-07-11
Standard
AMS2628A
This specification covers procedures for ultrasonic immersion inspection of premium grade wrought titanium and titanium alloy round billet 5.0 inches (127 mm) and over in nominal diameter. This inspection procedure has been used typically for locating internal defects such as cracks, voids, inclusions, and other structural discontinuities which may or may not be exposed to the surface in billets, but usage is not limited to such applications. Testing normally will be by longitudinal procedure, but shear wave procedure may be added when agreed upon by purchaser and vendor. This specification includes zoned inspection and digital data acquisition.
2013-03-25
Standard
AS4792A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) covers water conditioning agents used to facilitate aqueous wet-method magnetic particle inspection. Such conditioning agents, in powder or liquid form, provide suitable corrosion protection, wetting, and particle dispensability properties when mixed in water for application of magnetic particles on the surface of an object for magnetic particle inspection as described in AMS3042, AMS3044, ASTM E1444, and others. Water conditioning agents can consist of varying combinations of such components as dispersants, surfactants, corrosion inhibitors, and anti-foaming agents. Individual components may be added to the bath of a system to develop specific properties. The user is referred to the manufacturer of the conditioning agent to develop the most suitable combination of ingredients for the user’s requirements.
2013-01-23
WIP Standard
AMS2634C
This specification covers procedures for ultrasonic inspection of thin wall metal tubing of titanium, titanium alloy, and corrosion and heat resistant steels and alloys having nominal OD over 0.1875 inch (4.762 mm) with OD to wall thickness ratio of 8 or greater and wall thickness variation not exceeding + or - 10% of nominal.

This process has been used typically for locating internal defects, such as cracks, voids, seams, and other discontinuities, which may or may not be exposed to the surface, but usage is not limited to such applications.

2012-10-30
Standard
AMS2641B
This specification covers two types of refined hydrocarbon compounds in the form of liquids. This product has been used typically as a vehicle for the suspension of magnetic particles used in magnetic particle inspection procedures, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2012-10-10
Standard
AMSSTD2154A
The purpose of this military standard is to provide uniform methods for the ultrasonic inspection of wrought metals and wrought metal products.
2012-09-24
Standard
AMS2636
This specification covers procedures for ultrasonic immersion inspection of premium grade wrought titanium and titanium alloy forgings. Premium grade is a term used to describe titanium alloys used for critical rotating components in turbine engines. For details, see SAE AMS2380, the specification that covers the procedures for approval of products of premium-quality titanium alloys and the controls to be exercised in producing such products.
2012-05-23
WIP Standard
AS6459
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice establishes the requirements and procedures for eddy current detection of surface cracks in aerospace structures. Procedures for eddy current inspection of open fastener holes in aluminum aircraft structures are contained in SAE ARP4402.
2012-05-22
Standard
AS1613B
This Aerospace Standard establishes an identification system and provides design and tolerance information in describing two series of image quality indicators currently used in radiography of aerospace components, especially in electronic component evaluation and radiographic film and paper classification.
2012-03-19
WIP Standard
AIR4964A
Long wave ultraviolet or UV-A radiation (between 320 59 400nm) is used for fluorescent inspections in magnetic particle and liquid penetrant examinations. The UV-A radiationn is obtained from either fluorescent or high intensity discharge lamps that are stationary or portable. The commercially available UV-A lamps possess a large variation in intensity output that can cause a legitimate concern for possible health hazard. This draft reviews the nature of UV-A radiation emitted by these lights, blacklight equipment, acceptable UV dosage limits adopted by the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and European Standards Committee for Nondestructive Testing, and recommendation of proper practices when working with UV-A radiation.
2012-03-19
WIP Standard
AS5282A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes requirements for the manufacture and certification of tool steel rings for magnetic particle inspection.

These rings are used typically for determining the sensitivity of magnetic particles in accordance with AMS 3040 through 3046 and to perform magnetic particle system performance checks. Evaluations of the rings are performed using full-wave rectified alternating current through a copper conductor bar.

2011-07-22
Standard
AMS2631D
This specification covers the procedure for ultrasonic inspection of wrought titanium and titanium alloy products 0.25 inch (6.4 mm) and over in cross-section (thickness) or diameter.
2011-03-28
Standard
AMS2647D
This specification details requirements and procedures for the detection of defects in aircraft and engine components during maintenance and overhaul operations.
2010-01-05
Standard
AMS2630C
This specification covers procedures for ultrasonic inspection, by pulse-echo procedures, of flat, rectangular, round, cylindrical, and contoured products having a thickness or cross-sectional dimension greater than 0.50 inch (12.7 mm), using either contact or immersion methods, and using the longitudinal-wave or shear-wave modes or combinations of the two, as necessary. This specification may apply to testing finished machined parts provided the parts can meet the basic testability requirements, such as size, contour, metallurgical structure, and thickness.
2009-07-10
Standard
AMS2647C
This specification details requirements and procedures for the detection of defects in aircraft and engine components during maintenance and overhaul operations. This specification contains three appendices which provide additional guidance designed to supplement the information contained in the main body of the document. Because the guidance contained in the appendices is either subjective in nature or may have alternative acceptable approaches, it is not intended to be binding unless specifically invoked by the cognizant engineering organization (CEO), an original equipment manufacturer (OEM), or other contractual agreement. Personnel performing inspections to this specification should be familiar with the guidance and exercise good judgment if variance from this guidance is necessary. The following appendices are included: Appendix A – Guidelines for Design, Procurement and/or Fabrication of Penetrant Systems Appendix B – Guidelines for Assessment of Background Fluorescence Appendix C –Processing and Inspection of Drum Rotors/Deep Well Spools and Other Complex Parts w/Limited Accessibility Processing of parts and interpretation and evaluation of indications revealed by this inspection process shall be accomplished by qualified personnel having experience with fluorescent penetrant inspection.
2009-07-10
Standard
AMS3158C
This specification covers a stable, noncorrosive, water-soluble, highly-penetrating, fluorescent solution which may, but need not, be diluted with an appropriate amount of water for use. This product has been used typically for use in fluorescent penetrant inspection of parts and assemblies for detection of surface discontinuities and imperfections, particularly on parts, such as those in oxygen systems, which must not be exposed to oils, but usage is not limited to such applications.
2009-07-10
Standard
AMSI83387A
This specification covers both the material and the examination process of an inspection material in the form of a dispersion of magnetic particles in a controlled viscosity rubber base that cures at room temperature by addition of one or more curing agents. The test object is magnetized with the uncured rubber covering the area of interest. The magnetic particles then migrate to the leakage field caused by the discontinuity. As the rubber cures, discontinuity indications remain in place on the rubber. The product may be supplied in a variety of viscosities and colors. Magnetic Rubber Inspection is a nondestructive inspection technique used for detecting cracks or flaws on or near the surface of ferromagnetic materials. Its principal applications are in certain problem areas, such as: Areas having limited visual or mechanical accessibility; Coated surfaces; Complex shapes or poor surface conditions; and, Inspection for defects that require magnification for detection and interpretation.
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