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ASME V Article 6 Liquid Penetrant Examination When specified by the referencing Code Section, the liquid penetrant examination

techniques described in this Article shall be used. In general, this Article is in conformance with SE !"#, Standard $est %ethod for &iquid 'enetrant Examination. $his document pro(ides details to be considered in the procedures used. When this Article is specified by a referencing Code Section, the liquid penetrant method described in this Article shall be used together with Article !, )eneral *equirements. +efinitions of terms used in this Article appear in %andatory Appendix I of this Article and Article !, Appendix I. General $he liquid penetrant examination method is an effecti(e means for detecting discontinuities which are open to the surface of nonporous metals and other materials. $ypical discontinuities detectable by this method are crac,s, seams, laps, cold shuts, laminations, and porosity. In principle, a liquid penetrant is applied to the surface to be examined and allowed to enter discontinuities. All excess penetrant is then remo(ed, the part is dried, and a de(eloper is applied. $he de(eloper functions both as a blotter to absorb penetrant that has been trapped in discontinuities, and as a contrasting bac,ground to enhance the (isibility of penetrant indications. $he dyes in penetrants are either color contrast -(isible under white light. or fluorescent -(isible under ultra(iolet light.. Written Procedure Requirements Requirements. &iquid penetrant examination shall be performed in accordance with a written procedure which shall as a minimum, contain the requirements listed in $able $ "/!. $he written procedure shall establish a single (alue, or range of (alues, for each requirement. Procedure Qualification. When procedure qualification is specified, a change of requirement in $able $ "/! identified as an essential (ariable from the specified (alue, or range of (alues, shall require requalification of the written procedure. A change of a requirement identified as a nonessential (ariable from the specified (alue, or range of (alues, does not require requalification of the written procedure. All changes of essential or nonessential (ariables from the (alue, or range of (alues, specified by the written procedure shall require re(ision of, or an addendum to, the written procedure. 0isit our site to download http122goo.gl2#34I5%