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MAGNETIC RUBBER INSPECTION

1994-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMS2308
This specification covers the procedural requirements necessary for the performance of magnetic rubber inspection.
Standard

Exposure Levels of UV Radiation in Nondestructive Inspection Processes

1998-03-01
CURRENT
AIR4964
Long wave ultraviolet or UV-A radiation (between 320 to 400 nm) is used for fluorescent inspections in magnetic particle and liquid penetrant examinations. The UV-A radiation 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 the European Standards Committee for Nondestructive Testing, and recommendation of proper practices when working with UV-A radiation.
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Inspection Process, Magnetic Rubber

2016-01-06
CURRENT
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.
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Inspection Process, Magnetic Rubber

2009-07-10
HISTORICAL
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.
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MAGNETIC PARTICLES, NONFLUORESCENT Wet Method, Dry Powder

1996-08-01
HISTORICAL
AMS3042C
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.
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MAGNETIC PARTICLES, NONFLUORESCENT Dry Method

1995-12-01
HISTORICAL
AMS3040B
This specification covers nonfluorescent, magnetic particles having black, red, gray, or other color, as specified, supplied in the form of dry powders.
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Magnetic Particles, Nonfluorescent Dry Method

2008-11-20
CURRENT
AMS3040D
This specification covers nonfluorescent, magnetic particles having black, red, gray, or other color, as specified, supplied in the form of dry powders.
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Magnetic Particles, Nonfluorescent Dry Method

2002-02-28
HISTORICAL
AMS3040C
This specification covers nonfluorescent, magnetic particles having black, red, gray, or other color, as specified, supplied in the form of dry powders.
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Magnetic Particles, Nonfluorescent Wet Method, Dry Powder

2002-02-28
HISTORICAL
AMS3042D
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.
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