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Magnetic Rubber Inspection Material

1994-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2309
This specification covers an inspection material in the form of a liquid room-temperature vulcanizing rubber filled with magnetic particles which is cured by addition of one or more curing agents. The product may be supplied in a variety of viscosities and colors. This product is used typically in the inspection of ferrous metals for detection of surface cracks.
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Magnetic Rubber Inspection Material

2007-04-05
CURRENT
AMS2309A
This specification covers an inspection material in the form of a liquid room-temperature vulcanizing rubber filled with magnetic particles which is cured by addition of one or more curing agents. The product may be supplied in a variety of viscosities and colors.
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Magnetic Particles, Fluorescent, Wet Method, Dry Powder

2018-04-01
WIP
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.

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Magnetic Particles, Fluorescent, Wet Method, Oil Vehicle Ready-to-Use

2018-04-01
WIP
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.

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Magnetic Particles, Fluorescent Wet Method, Oil Vehicle, Aerosol Packaged

2018-04-01
WIP
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.

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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1953-06-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645B
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1965-02-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645F
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1961-01-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645D
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1955-03-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2645C
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1950-06-15
HISTORICAL
AMS2645A
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1948-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2645
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1955-03-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2646
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1964-01-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2646A
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1969-05-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2645G
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection

1964-01-31
HISTORICAL
AMS2645E
This specification has been declared 'SUPERSEDED' by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of February 1995. The requirements of this specification are embodied in the latest issue of ASTM E 1417.
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Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection

1999-04-01
CURRENT
AMS2646D
Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can be performed in normal light, this method can be used when fluorescent penetrant inspection is impracticable.
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Fluoroscopic X-Ray Inspection

1945-08-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2650
This specification has been declared "NONCURRENT" by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of 1-1-84. It is recommended that this specification not be specified for new designs. This cover sheet should be attached to the initial issue of the sUbject specification. Noncurrent refers to those procedures which have previously been widely used and which may be required on some existing designs in the future. The Aerospace Materials Division does not recommend these as standard procedures for future use in new designs. Each of these "Noncurrent" specifications is available from SAE upon request. This specification has been CANCELLED by the Aerospace Materials Division, SAE, as of August, 1989. By this action, subject specification number and its title will be deleted from the active specification index of Aerospace Material Specifications.
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Ultrasonic Immersion Inspection, Titanium and Titanium Alloy Billet, Premium Grade

2017-09-20
WIP
AMS2628B
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.
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