NDT FPI Degreaser Chemical Cleaning Equipment

Published: 09th September 2008
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About Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection Line:



Surface defects may seem tiny and insignificant but they can develop into cracks, leading to failure of structures. Hence they can be detrimental to the working part and its operation on the long run. Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (FPI) is a Non-Destructive Test (NDT) method for detecting surface defects, which are invisible to the naked eye. These defects arise mainly due to cracks, porosity, inclusions or seams of folds.This inspection Method is very commonly used in the aircraft and aerospace industries.



There are two types of FPI method: Spraying FPI method and Immersion FPI method, the latter one is further divided into Manual Immersion FPI and Automatic Immersion FPI.



Parts for inspection needs to be cleaned through Chemical Cleaning process to remove dust, rust paint and contamination before FPI (Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection) Processing.



The General Process of Fluorescent Inspection includes :

1) Penetrant Dipping

2) Washing

3) Emulsifier

4) Washing

5) Oven Drying

6) Developer Station

7) Inspection (Dark Room Inspection)



Timing for Each different process depends on SPOP on parts specified by Client and Chemical Used.



For more information and enquiries about FPI Equipment and Chemical Cleaning Line, Kindly visit : http://www.uniengr.com.sg



UNIWES ENGINEERING (S) PTE LTD was incorporated in 1992 as a turnkey project specialist in the three phases of initiation, design and construction of numerous industrial activities. We have been certified with ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 with ITE On-Job-Training (OJT). Our Strong workforce of more than 30 Technical staff have been sent to safety training



We deal with NDT, FPI, Fluorescent Penetrant line, Cleaning Line, Electroplating equipment, Paint booth, Lead booth, Vapour degreaser ,Ultrasonic degreaser, Activated carbon in Aerospace, Semiconductor and Shipping Industry.

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