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Mukesh Arora
Director,
NDTS India (P) Limited, India, Joined Mar 2005, 6

Mukesh Arora

Director,
NDTS India (P) Limited,
India,
Joined Mar 2005
6
03:46 Jul-31-2006
High Temeprature Dye Penetrants

We are looking for Dye penetrants to do DP test on Hot surfaces (150 deg C). These are required in Aerosol Cans but in case Aerosols Cans are not available Spray Bottles will be an alternative.

Look forward for your comments.




    
 
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john
john
08:19 Jul-31-2006
Re: High Temeprature Dye Penetrants
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: We are looking for Dye penetrants to do DP test on Hot surfaces (150 deg C). These are required in Aerosol Cans but in case Aerosols Cans are not available Spray Bottles will be an alternative.
: Look forward for your comments.
:
------------ End Original Message ------------

Due to the high temps, most of the high-temp penetrant consumables are in the bulk form (usually brushed on with the exception of the developer, it is also bulk, but used through a pressurized container)


    
 
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