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The objective of this Standard is to specify- (a) the testing requirements particular to applications at low temperatures (lower than + 10 °C); and (b) the method for qualification of suitable testing products.
 

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  1. AS ISO 3452.6:2020

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

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  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

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  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 Penetrant testing of ferrous pipes and tubes

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