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sanjey
sanjey
22:54 Dec-29-2015
exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192

Dear friend And Master,
I would like to prepare exposure time chart ir192 for boiler and structural welding... If anyone having this please share it would be grateful. And which penetrameter to use.

Many thanks in advance
Sanjjey

 
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Michel Couture
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 889

Michel Couture

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
889
18:10 Dec-31-2015
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to sanjey at 22:54 Dec-29-2015 (Opening).

Sanjey,

No one can give you an exposure chart. Exposure chart have to be done according to all the parameters of the shot like wall thickness, distance source-film distance, strength of the Ir192, film used and so on.

Why don't you do like everyone of us and do the job instead of trying to take short cuts.

 
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sanjey
sanjey
22:52 Dec-31-2015
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to Michel Couture at 18:10 Dec-31-2015 .

Dear Michel,

Thanks for your reply,

I am new to radiography testing could you please share short cut method.

Many thanks
Sanjey

 
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Michel Couture
Michel Couture
00:58 Jan-01-2016
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to sanjey at 22:52 Dec-31-2015 .

Sanjey,

There is no short cut.

 
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sanjey
sanjey
07:08 Jan-01-2016
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to Michel Couture at 00:58 Jan-01-2016 .

Dear Michel,

Thanks Michel... I understood wrongly.

Cheers
Sanjey

 
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Collin Maloney
NDT Inspector, - Plant Inspector
Applus RTD, Australia, Joined Nov 2000, 147

Collin Maloney

NDT Inspector, - Plant Inspector
Applus RTD,
Australia,
Joined Nov 2000
147
09:49 Jan-03-2016
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to sanjey at 07:08 Jan-01-2016 .

Sanjay
Paste the below link into your browser and you can download a "rule of thumb" exposure chart in the section NDT Training Aids - Radiography. Please note that there are commercially available app's to do this as well.

http://www.attar.com.au/download-forms.aspx

 
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Eric Jacques
Eric Jacques
00:45 Jan-06-2016
Re: exposure time chart for boiler and structural welds ir 192
In Reply to Collin Maloney at 09:49 Jan-03-2016 .

Thank you for the links!
Very good educational materials in there.

EJ

 
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