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coriolius
coriolius
05:19 Sep-16-2005
Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT

I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.

Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?

I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.



 
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Arunachalam
Arunachalam
01:04 Sep-16-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
-Dear,
please refer the material standard which will give you the "Inspection and testing standard for Visual, NDT, DT with procedures and acceptance creteria"
---------- Start Original Message -----------
: I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.
: Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?
: I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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Ed T.
Ed T.
07:46 Sep-19-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
I don't know about BS Standards, but you can take a look at ASTM SE-709 for MT and ASTM SA-388 for UT. They can be found in the back of ASME Section V.

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.
: Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?
: I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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coriolius
coriolius
03:57 Sep-21-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
Which material standard? Do you mean the material standard published by the steel manufacturer?

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: -Dear,
: please refer the material standard which will give you the "Inspection and testing standard for Visual, NDT, DT with procedures and acceptance creteria"
: ---------- Start Original Message -----------
: : I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.
: : Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?
: : I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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Arunachalam
Arunachalam
06:54 Sep-23-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
Dear ,
All materials are manufacted based on a particular Country standard, Like ASTM or BS or JIS,
So ask the company for more details, like material manufactring standard ,number & Grade of the material which you are going to test.
they must have the Standard Book if not you have to get from outside to refer for testing standards

For example if you need to test ASTM A105 forging Bar , refer ASTM A105 standard which will give you all testing requirements and further refernce stadards to refer.
Hope U understand,
Regards
Arun
---------- Start Original Message -----------
: Which material standard? Do you mean the material standard published by the steel manufacturer?
: : -Dear,
: : please refer the material standard which will give you the "Inspection and testing standard for Visual, NDT, DT with procedures and acceptance creteria"
: : ---------- Start Original Message -----------
: : : I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.
: : : Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?
: : : I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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N.Kuppusamy
Consultant, Level-III
United Testing Co. Pte Ltd, Singapore, Joined Jan 2003, 13

N.Kuppusamy

Consultant, Level-III
United Testing Co. Pte Ltd,
Singapore,
Joined Jan 2003
13
04:20 Sep-24-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
Dear Coriolius,
Please refer to the following standards, I think this may be useful to you.

Standard Number: BS 5138:1974
Title: Specification for magnetic particle flaw inspection of finished machined solid forged and drop stamped crankshafts.

Standard Number: BS EN 10308:2002
Title: Non-destructive testing. Ultrasonic testing of steel bars

Standard Number: BS EN 10228-4:1999
Title: Non-destructive testing of steel forgings. Ultrasonic testing of austenitic and austenitic-ferritic stainless steel forgings


Standard Number: BS A 305:1994, ISO 7961:1994
Title: Bolts. Test methods


Standard Number: BS EN 10228-1:1999
Title: Non-destructive testing of steel forgings. Magnetic particle inspection

Standard Number: BS M 36:1970
Title: Method for ultrasonic testing of special forgings by an immersion technique using flat-bottomed holes as a reference standard

Standard Number: BS EN 10228-3:1998
Title: Non-destructive testing of steel forgings. Ultrasonic testing of ferritic or martensitic steel forgings

Standard Number: BS EN 10228-4:1999
Title: Non-destructive testing of steel forgings. Ultrasonic testing of austenitic and austenitic-ferritic stainless steel forgings

Best Regards,

N.Kuppusamy
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear ,
: All materials are manufacted based on a particular Country standard, Like ASTM or BS or JIS,
: So ask the company for more details, like material manufactring standard ,number & Grade of the material which you are going to test.
: they must have the Standard Book if not you have to get from outside to refer for testing standards
: For example if you need to test ASTM A105 forging Bar , refer ASTM A105 standard which will give you all testing requirements and further refernce stadards to refer.
: Hope U understand,
: Regards
: Arun
: ---------- Start Original Message -----------
: : Which material standard? Do you mean the material standard published by the steel manufacturer?
: : : -Dear,
: : : please refer the material standard which will give you the "Inspection and testing standard for Visual, NDT, DT with procedures and acceptance creteria"
: : : ---------- Start Original Message -----------
: : : : I need to make MT and UT inspection to some steel components such as hollow shaft, high strength steel bolt (about M20x100), some small steel connecting shaft (about 20mm-dia x 80mm length), lever (30mm square section x 80mm length). The inspection is for surface and sub/surface cracks and flaws.
: : : : Which BS (or EN, ISO) standards should I refer to regarding the general testing guidelines, techniques and acceptance criteria?
: : : : I know there are BS and ISO standards for MT and UT inspection of welds, but I can't find the one for inspection of non-welded general material.
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
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A.A.AMIRI
Consultant, NDT/QC/WELD INSPECTION
Iran, Joined Nov 2005, 20

A.A.AMIRI

Consultant, NDT/QC/WELD INSPECTION
Iran,
Joined Nov 2005
20
05:59 Oct-31-2005
Re: Which standards should refer to when doing MT and UT
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear Friend,
In general purpose of material testing,you can use ASTM standard.But as per design code or service of equipments, you can select exact standard or specificatio.,



 
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