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MAGNETIC FLUx INDICATORS

MAGNETIC FLUX INDICATORS TYPE 1 (ENGINEERING) AND 2 (AEROSPACE)

Magnetic Flux* Strips are a simple-to-use, inexpensive and effective tool, that provides the technician with assurance that they are performing an effective magnetic particle test.

Product Description

Magnetic Flux* Strips are a simple-to-use, inexpensive and effective tool, that provides the technician with assurance that they are performing an effective magnetic particle test.

Their proper use proves that the technician has:

  • Adequate field strength and direction.
  • Proper illumination.
  • Appropriate magnetic particle properties.

Magnetic Flux strips should be used to confirm that all required testing parameters including, lighting, field strength and direction, magnetic particle properties and coverage are sufficient to find surface cracks equal or greater in size than those built into the strip.  Each indicator contains three milled slots with widths of .0075″, .009″ and .010″ that share  a common depth.

The indicators are manufactured from permeable magnetic steel sandwiched between two brass plates and designed for repeated use in setting and monitoring magnetic field strength in wet and dry MPI applications.

Magnetic Flux  Strips can be used with: Fluorescent, Wet Visible (Black & White) as well as Dry Particles (with or without contrast). They can be used with AC, FWDC and HWDC magnetization, with either longitudinal or circular fields.

They can also be used to demonstrate the sensitivity differences between these methods and to develop magnetizing techniques that assure complete coverage.

Specifications Compliance:

ASTM E709-08 (Sections 20.8.5.2 & Appendix X2).
ASTM E1444/E1444M-12 (Sections 6.2.6, 7.1.2 & Annex A1-A2).
008M004 Sensitivity strips for verifying strength of magnetism and correct application. Sold in packets of 5.

For further information please email:  ndt@ndt.com.au

 

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