Non-Destructive Testing (NDT): Surface and Internal Defects

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What type of emulsifier is used in Method B?

Oil-based

What is the maximum water pressure used for rinsing after emulsifier application in Method B and D?

40 PSI

What is the primary method of penetrant removal in Method C?

Hand wiping with a solvent-dampened rag

What type of inspection is Method C often applied for?

In-situ inspection of pipe welds

What is the characteristic of the sensitivity level 1 in non-destructive testing?

Ultralow sensitivity

What is the classification of Form a developer in non-destructive testing?

Dry powder

What is the purpose of an emulsifier in the post-emulsifiable method?

To remove the penetrant

What is the characteristic of Method C that makes it amendable to portability?

It is a solvent removable method

What is the classification of Class (1) solvent remover?

Halogenated solvent remover

What is the common application of Method B and Method D?

Removal of penetrant using emulsifiers

Test your knowledge of non-destructive testing methods, including liquid penetrant inspection, to detect surface-breaking and internal defects in various materials. Learn about surface cracks, sub-surface defects, and internal corrosion.

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