|Type:||Level 3 Fluorescent Dye Penetrant|
|Container Size:||16 fl oz|
|Coverage:||65 sq ft|
|Number of Pieces:||12|
|Application:||Castings; Forgings; Extrusions, Rough, Machined Surfaces to Find Cracks; Seams; Laps; Laminations and Porosity|
|Display Sell UOM:||EA|
|Features:||Zyglo Post Emulsifiable Fluorescent Penetrants are Used for a Wide Range of Sensitive Applications and are Formulated to be Impervious to Water to Assure Against Being Over-Washed From Defects, They Require the Application of a Lipophilic Emulsifier or a Hydrophilic Emulsifier to Render Them Washable With Water and Meet OSHA Requirements for Class Iii B Liquids Due to Their High Flash Point, Allowing Them to be Used in Open Dip Tanks|
|For Use With:||Cleaner; Developer; Blacklight|
|Specifications Met:||MIL-STD-2132; ISO 3452; ASTM E165; ASTM E 1417; ASME; AMS 2644; MIL-STD-271; AECL; NAVSEA T9074-AS-GIB-010/271; NAVSEA 250-1500-1; QPL SAE AMS 2644|
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About Crack Detection Penetrants
Inspect welds for cracks, leaks, or other defects that can lead to weld failure using these products, which are applied to the weld to make the flaws visible.
Apply fluorescent dye to a welded metal surface and then shine a UV light along the surface to make fine cracks and leaks visible. Fluorescent dye penetrant provides more contrast than visible dye penetrant and is better suited for finding very small cracks. To use, clean and dry the welded joint, and then spray the penetrant onto the joint and let it sit for the recommended amount of time. Then wipe away excess penetrant, spray on a developer, and shine a UV on the area to make the flaws visible.