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Ken Bronder
Ken Bronder
00:55 Jan-06-2005
Re: NDT of Weld Wire

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: We are exploring the possibility of performing NDT on final size weld wire. The wire is zirconium, with a diameter of 0.93". We think there could be both surface and internal defects. Is there anyone out there with experience with this or a similar problem that might have some wisdom to share?
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We believe we may be able to perform the inspection wit
eddy current. Please contact me for details.

Ken Bronder
800-229-3134 x 188



    
 
 

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