SAE AS3071 - Acceptance Criteria - Magnetic Particle, Fluorescent Penetrant, and Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection
October 1, 2018 - SAE

Purpose To establish the acceptance criteria for discontinuities as revealed by magnetic particle or liquid penetrant examination of aircraft utility parts as in 1.2.

SAE AMS2646 - Contrast Dye Penetrant Inspection
April 1, 1999 - SAE

Purpose: This specification establishes a procedure for detection of discontinuities open to the surface of parts by the use of a penetrating dye. Application: Detection of discontinuities such as cracks, laps, porosity, cold shuts, lack of bond, and similar defects. Because inspection can...

IPC-TM-650 2.4.53 - Dye and Pull Test Method (Formerly Known as Dye and Pry)
August 1, 2017 - IPC

This test method details the dye and pull procedure (formerly known as dye and pry) utilizing dye penetrant analysis of surface-mount technology (SMT) components to confirm assembly process parameters and solder joint quality/ integrity. This Test Method is for...

TAPPI TIP 0402-19 - Guidelines for nondestructive examination of suction roll shells
January 1, 2018 - TAPPI

The purpose of this Technical Information Paper is to provide technical guidance for nondestructive examination of suction roll shells. Although this document is intended primarily for use with shells that have been in service, it is also applicable to new shells. TAPPI TIP 0402-11 describes liquid...

ASTM D5117 - Standard Test Method for Dye Penetration of Solid Fiberglass Reinforced Pultruded Stock
December 15, 2017 - ASTM

This dye-penetrant test method covers a means of evaluating solid fiberglass all-roving reinforced pultruded rod or bar stock for longitudinal wicking. There are generally three mechanisms that promote wicking such as delaminations, longitudinal continuous voids, or the presence of...

ASTM F1929 - Standard Test Method for Detecting Seal Leaks in Porous Medical Packaging by Dye Penetration
October 1, 2015 - ASTM

This test method defines materials and procedures that will detect and locate a leak equal to or greater than a channel formed by a 50 μm (0.002 in.) wire in package edge seals formed between a transparent material and a porous sheet material. A dye penetrant solution is applied...

ASTM F3039 - Standard Test Method for Detecting Leaks in Nonporous Packaging or Flexible Barrier Materials by Dye Penetration
November 1, 2015 - ASTM

Method A of this test method defines a procedure that will detect and locate a leak equal to or greater than a channel formed by a 50 μm [0.002 in.] wire in the edge seals of a nonporous package. A dye penetrant solution is applied locally to the seal edge to be tested for leaks....

GM4337M - Metallurgical Requirements for Aluminum Wheels
November 1, 2014 - GMNA

This specification covers basic metallurgical requirements for : 1) Permanent mold castings made from a) Gravity, b) low pressure and c) squjeeze cast processes, and 2) forged aluminum wheels. Material Description. Aluminum Association (AA) AI-SI7Mg for cast wheels, (AA) 6082, ISO AI-S/1MgMn and...

SAE AMS2644 - Inspection Material, Penetrant
October 1, 2013 - SAE

Purpose 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...

ASTM F109 - Standard Terminology Relating to Surface Imperfections on Ceramics
January 15, 2012 - ASTM

This terminology describes and illustrates imperfections observed on whitewares and related products. For additional definitions of terms relating to whitewares and related products, refer to Terminology C242. To observe these defects, examination shall be performed visually, with or without the...

ASTM E1135 - Standard Test Method for Comparing the Brightness of Fluorescent Penetrants
June 15, 2012 - ASTM

This test method describes the techniques for comparing the brightness of the penetrants used in the fluorescent dye penetrant process. This comparison is performed under controlled conditions which eliminate most of the variables present in actual penetrant examination....

ASTM E839 - Standard Test Methods for Sheathed Thermocouples and Sheathed Thermocouple Cable
November 1, 2011 - ASTM

This document lists methods for testing Mineral- Insulated, Metal-Sheathed (MIMS) thermocouple assemblies and thermocouple cable, but does not require that any of these tests be performed nor does it state criteria for acceptance. The acceptance criteria are given in other ASTM standard...

SAE AMS3156 - Oil, Fluorescent Penetrant Water Washable
December 1, 2008 - SAE

Form: This specification covers a stable, non-corrosive oil or oil-like substance together with a dye or additives necessary to provide a water-washable, highly-penetrating fluorescent solution. Application: Primarily for use in penetrant inspection of parts and assemblies for...

BS 4534 - Weldable Chromium-Nickel Centrifugally Cast Steel Tubes
December 31, 1969 - BSI

Specifies requirements covering 14 grades of steel. Chemical composition, mechanical properties, testing, non-destructive testing either dye-penetrant or acid-etched ring, standards of acceptance, dimensional tolerances and marking. Charts establish acceptable levels of...

DEF STAN 02-824: PART 3 - Copper Nickel Chromium Sand Castings and Ingots Part 3 Procedures for Requalification of Copper Nickel Chromium Castings (Cat 1)
December 23, 2005 - MODUK

This Standard provides the procedures for the requalification of Submarine First Level castings made from Copper Nickel Chromium (CNC or CuNiCr) alloy manufactured to Def Stan 02-824 Part 1 (or its predecessor NES 824) which have had service use involving contact with sea water. Requalification in...

ASTM F97 - Standard Practices for Determining Hermeticity of Electron Devices by Dye Penetration
May 30, 1972 - ASTM

These practices cover procedures that will normally detect and locate the sites of gross leaks in electron devices. These procedures are suitable for use on selected parts during receiving inspection or to verify and locate leakage sites for production control. They are not quantitative; no...