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Microfractures in Steel Parts

03/25/2010 2:21 PM

Hello partners, I tray to found a provider of a micro fracture developer liquid.

I know to exist oneĀ“s to be fluorescent with ultraviolet light.

please if you know the name of any mark or provider please contact me.

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Re: How con I found micro fractures in steel parts?

03/25/2010 2:30 PM

It sounds like a Liquid Penetrant test.

If yes, these guys sell the stuff you need: http://www.ndtsupplies.com/pein.html

If this is not correct, let us know and we will try again.

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Re: How con I found micro fractures in steel parts?

03/25/2010 2:36 PM

Magnaflux makes Zyglo. Magnaflux has always been a trademark as far as I know, but the technique of Magnafluxing for cracks has long been like the word Xerox re copies. Zyglo is a different (non magnetic) crack finding technique.

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Re: How con I found micro fractures in steel parts?

03/25/2010 2:40 PM

If these are microcracks, the LPI is not likely to pick it up. The prefable method will be MPI (magnetic material) or Eddy Current test (other metals) under flouroscent (bklack light)

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Re: How con I found micro fractures in steel parts?

03/25/2010 2:49 PM

ooops... never mind

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Re: How con I found micro fractures in steel parts?

03/25/2010 7:18 PM

thanks this are the stuff to I tray to found

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