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Stephen Spear
Stephen Spear
09:36 Apr-20-1999
Sensitivity comparison information Fluorescent water washable penetrant

Can anyone tell me where I can find an article, case study, lab test, etc. regarding sensitivity comparison using fluorescent water washable penetrant with/without developer?


    
 
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Michael E Daehling
Engineering, NDI Administrator
Bombardier Aerospace, USA, Joined Oct 1999, 5

Michael E Daehling

Engineering, NDI Administrator
Bombardier Aerospace,
USA,
Joined Oct 1999
5
04:22 Apr-21-1999
Re: Sensitivity comparison information Fluorescent water washable penetrant
: Can anyone tell me where I can find an article, case study, lab test, etc. regarding sensitivity comparison using fluorescent water washable penetrant with/without developer?

I know I got an article on this subject from Sherwin Inc. I'll follow up with you. In the mean time you might give them a call.


    
 
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Michael Daehling
Engineering, NDI Administrator
Bombardier Aerospace, USA, Joined Oct 1999, 5

Michael Daehling

Engineering, NDI Administrator
Bombardier Aerospace,
USA,
Joined Oct 1999
5
09:57 Apr-26-1999
Re: Sensitivity comparison information Fluorescent water washable penetrant
: Can anyone tell me where I can find an article, case study, lab test, etc. regarding sensitivity comparison using fluorescent water washable penetrant with/without developer?

Stephen, I found the article on penetrant performance with and without developer. It was writen by Dennis Smith and presented at the ASNT spring conference 96. This paper was available from Sherwin Inc. and it may be available from ASNT.



    
 
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Norman Thomsen
Norman Thomsen
09:33 Apr-27-1999
Re: Sensitivity comparison information Fluorescent water washable penetrant
: Can anyone tell me where I can find an article, case study, lab test, etc. regarding sensitivity comparison using fluorescent water washable penetrant with/without developer?

Stephen, see the CSNDT Journal, March/April 1999 page 15.





    
 
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