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ISO 3452-1

Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Part 1: General principles

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 June 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Non-destructive testing): 19.100
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This part of ISO 3452 specifies a method of penetrant testing used to detect discontinuities, e.g. cracks, laps, folds, porosity and lack of fusion, which are open to the surface of the material to be tested. It is mainly applied to metallic materials, but can also be performed on other materials, provided that they are inert to the test media and not excessively porous (castings, forgings, welds, ceramics, etc.)

It also includes requirements for process and control testing, but is not intended to be used for acceptance criteria and gives neither information relating to the suitability of individual test systems for specific applications nor requirements for test equipment.

NOTE 1 Methods for determining and monitoring the essential properties of penetrant testing products to be used are specified in ISO 3452-2 and ISO 3452-3.

NOTE 2 The term discontinuity is used in this part of ISO 3452 in the sense that no evaluation concerning acceptability or non-acceptability is included.

Document History

ISO 3452-1
June 1, 2013
Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Part 1: General principles
This part of ISO 3452 specifies a method of penetrant testing used to detect discontinuities, e.g. cracks, laps, folds, porosity and lack of fusion, which are open to the surface of the material to...
June 1, 2013
Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Part 1: General principles
This part of ISO 3452 specifies a method of penetrant testing used to detect discontinuities, e.g. cracks, laps, folds, porosity and lack of fusion, which are open to the surface of the material to...
September 1, 2008
Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Part 1: General principles
This standard defines a method of penetrant testing used to detect discontinuities, e.g. cracks, laps, folds, porosity and lack of fusion, which are open to the surface of the material to be tested....

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