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Penetrant Testing

The penetrant materials used today are much more sophisticated than the kerosene and whiting first used by railroad inspectors near the turn of the 20th century. Today's penetrants are carefully formulated to produce the level of sensitivity desired by the inspector. Penetrant testing has following advantages :

  • The method has high sensitivity to small surface discontinuities.
  • The method has few material limitations, i.e. metallic and nonmetallic, magnetic and nonmagnetic, and conductive and nonconductive materials may be inspected.
  • Large areas and large volumes of parts/materials can be inspected rapidly and at low cost.
  • Parts with complex geometric shapes are routinely inspected.
  • Indications are produced directly on the surface of the part and constitute a visual representation of the flaw.
  • Aerosol spray cans make penetrant materials very portable.
  • Penetrant materials and associated equipment are relatively inexpensive.