09:19 Sep-05-2009 NDT work scope for a flexible coupling
I want to prepare NDT work scope for a flexible coupling of 220 MW Steam turbine. It's material is magnetic, I am thinking Flourescent MPI from both inside and outside, after grit blasting, is it okay? Could you pease advice if MPI is not okay/enough, or if there is any other recommendation.
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