DPCNEWS 070 - NDT documents: if two signatures were enough | Impurities in PT and MT materials | How to minimize risk

Print
DPCNews
Written by Dubosc
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 13:45

In the front page these months | March - May 2015

[EDITO] NDT documents: if two signatures were enough!

[NEWS] Impurities in PT and MT materials: where do they really come from?

[OLDIES BUT GOODIES] Subcontracting a task, or how to minimize risk!

 

[EDITO]

NDT documents: if two signatures were enough!

The non-compliance to the standardized terminology obviously leads to problems of understanding between the various parts, which may lead to troubles or even misinterpretations.

>> Read more

 

[NEWS]

Impurities in PT and MT materials: where do they really come from?

Penetrant Testing and Magnetic Particle Testing materials are made of industrial-grade ingredients. There would be no technical advantage to using analytical-grade substances, the costs of which would be exorbitant and unjustified. Therefore, some impurities are to be found in the raw materials and in the finished products. However, are you sure that this is the sole source of impurities?

>> Read more

 

[OLDIES BUT GOODIES]

Subcontracting a task, or how to minimize risk!

Halogens and sulphur titration in PT/MT is a method which requires strictness, extreme care and alertness.

>> Read more


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 March 2015 14:05 )