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December 2015 / January / February 2016 : PT and MT chemicals packaging

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Written by Dubosc
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 23:13

December 2015

1 | INTRODUCTION

Few problems are faced by users when processing Penetrant Testing (PT) and Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) materials packed in cans.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 25 November 2015 08:19 )

September / October / November 2015 : Human factors

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Written by Dubosc
Saturday, 12 September 2015 00:06

Dear Readers,

We are happy to publish on our Website a paper by Richard GASSET, NADCAP Supplier Voting Member of Lisi Aerospace, which was published in the June 2012 PRI-NADCAP Non-Destructive Newsletter issue that you may read using the following link:

http://www.pri-network.org/resource/attach/869/P120885NDTNewsletter.pdf

This paper is reproduced with the kind permission of the author(s) and the Performance Review Institute. © Performance Review Institute.

It is known that 85 % of aircraft accidents have human causes. Could we imagine that 85 % of the defective parts that get the “Pass” tick after an NDT are accepted due to human errors? This paper fingers out very currently met situations…that, when added to each other, may make us think so!

We hope that this paper will be of some interest for you and bring you a top - quality information.

Patrick DUBOSC and Pierre CHEMIN

Last Updated ( Saturday, 12 September 2015 00:28 )

June/July/August 2015 : Excessive magnetic particles concentration

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Written by Dubosc
Friday, 15 May 2015 08:39

June 2015
(updated in September 2015)

We got an interesting question, a very practical and “basic” one. Basic, yes, at first sight. In fact, not that basic at all!!!

The question came as: what is a good indicator that the magnetic particle concentration in a magnetic ink was excessive?

Last Updated ( Friday, 11 September 2015 23:45 )

March-May 2015 : Impurities in PT and MT materials: where do they really come from?

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Written by Dubosc
Thursday, 19 February 2015 11:40

March 2015

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?

Last Updated ( Thursday, 19 February 2015 11:52 )
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