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Specifies requirements and test procedures for visible dye and fluorescent penetrant testing of non-porous products and components for the detection of discontinuities that are open to the surface. Process control procedures and requirements for standard test panels are specified in appendices.

Document History

  1. AS ISO 3452.6:2020

    Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing, Part 6: Penetrant testing at temperatures lower than 10 °C

    • Most Recent
  2. AS 2062-1997


    Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing of products and components

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 2565-1982

    Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing media

    • Historical Version
  4. AS 2062-1977

    Methods for non-destructive penetrant testing of products and components

    • Historical Version
  5. AS B297-1970

    Method for penetrant flaw detection of materials and components

    • Historical Version
  6. AS B260.3A-1968

    Methods for non-destructive testing of pipes and tubes, Part 3A: Penetrant testing of ferrous pipes and tubes

    • Historical Version