Dye Penetrant

Dye penetrant testing is a widely applied and low-cost inspection method used to locate surface-breaking defects in metals, plastics or ceramics. A liquid penetrant is applied to the surface and left to soak. After the soak time has expired, the excess penetrant is wiped off and a developer is applied. The developer is drawn out of the crack, resulting in a colored indication on the surface that is broader than the actual flaw, and therefore much more visible. Melchers supplies red penetrant chemicals, developer, cleaner, UV lamps and fluorescent penetrant from superior quality suppliers such as SREM Technologies.  

 

Please visit SREM Technologies' website or contact us directly for further product details.