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Non destructive Testing testing

Geschichte von Helling
27 August 2007

Dear reader!

Herewith I would like to introduce you to the company HELLING. The catalogue will give you an insight into our delivery program concerning equipment, products and accessories for Non Destructive Testing. HELLING company was founded in 1863 and has long experience concerning the European market. Constant growth and partnership have been contributing to consequent development of the company and today HELLING is a leading manufacturer and supplier for high quality equipment and products for Non Destructive Testing in more then 39 countries. HELLING company is a member of «German Association for Non Destructive Testing» (DGZfP) and also of “Russian Association of Non Destructive Testing & engineering diagnostics”, “Czech association of Non Destructive Testing”, Japan and American Associations. Based on well-developed scientific foundation we design and offer unique testing techniques, corresponding to world standards requirements. We hope for long and beneficial co-operation, Yours faithfully,

President of “HELLING”

N. Riess


Penetrant testing Dye penetrant method (red-white) Fluorescent method Penetrant testing systems Test panels Magnetic particle testing Magnetizing devices Stationary test facilities Demagnetizations Colored magnetic particles Fluorescent magnetic particles Additional products Reference blocks Black light Stationary UV lamps Portable UV lamps UV-LED-sources Leak testing Bubble method Hydrogen leak detector Helium leak detector Ultrasonic leak detector Fluorescent concentrate
Radiographic testing Radiographic films

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Developing machines Accessories Ultrasonic testing Ultrasonic thickness gauge Ultrasonic test facilities Accessories Auxiliary equipment for weld inspection Temperature detection Delivery program

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HELLING GmbH • Spökerdamm 2 • D-25436 Heidgraben (bei Hamburg) • Postfach 2132 • D-25437 Tornesch
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Penetrant testing (PT), how it works
The penetrant method of non-destructive testing is based on capillary penetration of indicator liquid (penetrant) into the surface defects (cracks, pores etc.). After intermediate cleaning and subsequent drying, a developer is applied as a thin, white layer onto the surface to be inspected. The developer “pulls” the penetrant out of the surface defects and makes them visible as coloured, linear or rounded indications. Documentation is possible by means of adhersive foil, photographic or video techniques.
Penetrant testing systems Met-L-Chek, Standard Chek, Nord-Test are reliable in detecting the defects with a width down to the range of μm. Necessary condition: defects must be open to surface. Systems are also used for the leak testing. The examination of testing media adequacy is done in accordance with : • AMS 2644 • AMS 2647 • DIN EN ISO 3452-2 (3) • ASME Penetrant inspection can accurately and easily detect surface defects independent of types, materials and surface configurations of the objects to be tested. Other methods of non destructive testing, can only be applied for these requirements with restrictions.

Procedure of penetrant inspection.
Mechanically, with brush By stream process Degreasing with hot steam Cleaning with solvent

Predrying Application of penetrant.
Dip in bath Laying with brush Application by spraying Application by electrostatic mean

Intermediate cleaning
With lint free cloth, water-moistened or a sponge With water-moistened brush Rinse with water With lint free cloth or sponge, moistened with a special solvent

Dry in open air Wipe with a lint free cloth Blow with dry, clean air Dry with warm air

Application of developer
By immersion(aqueous developer) Viewing under day light or in artificial illumination min.. 500 Lux (EN 571-1/EN 3059) Application from the diffuser / aerosol (non-aqueous developer) Electrostatic application(nonaqueous developer) Application of dry powder developer( in special cases, e.g. extremely porous surfaces)

Examination of the surface and documentation

If using fluorescent penetrant: Ambient illumination: < 20 Lux 2 Intensity of UV: 1000µW/cm

Documentation by adhasive foil

Photo-optical documentation

Documentation by means of video filming or photocamera


Chek & Nord-Test examined and approved according to: DIN EN ISO 3452-2. For examination in higher temperatures (from +10 С to + 175 С) „Super-Chek“ was especially developed. EN 571. ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel. Content of sulfur is determined according to ASTM D 516-88. Fumes fast. examination of the content of halogens (fluorine and chlorine) is determined in accordance with ASTM E 165-91. other synthetic materials. Car production. At day light (500 Lux) 2. RDT & EdF.5 µm. RCC-М Standard. ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel. Metallurgy. Example of Nord-Test penetrant system Remover U87 • • • Environmentally safe remover on a solvent base. AMS 2644. One must take into account peculiar specifications according to DIN EN ISO 3452 part 2 & EN 571 part 1.5 µm) by use of NORD-TEST (U87. Rot 3000. KWU correspond to requirements: Lloyd's Register of Shipping. In low temperatures (from -5 °С to + 10 °С ) it is necessary to increase time of penetrating. MIL-I-25135/QPL-25135. ASTM-E1417. steatite.. ASTM E-165. cast iron. method A and ASTM E 165-91. KWU correspond to requirements Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Blanking. Electrical engineering. by means of ultraviolet illumination is possible • Sensitivity according to: DIN EN ISO 3452-2 – II-level (high sensitive) • • Developer U89 Fine-grained white powder on a spirit base . AMS 2644. checked and approved DIN EN ISO 3452-2. application 2. MET-L-Chek. Foundry. *check for adequacy MET-L-Chek. Bureau Central Hollandais. Standard-Chek & Nord-Test * Used in temperature ranges from -5°С to + 50°С. Shipbuilding. depth 28. At day light (500 Lux) +ultraviolet(1000 µW/cm2) illumination 3. 1000 µW/cm2) * Products are available in aerosol tanks (400 and 500 ml). certificated NAVSEA 250-1500-1. U89) system under following viewing conditions: 1. Germanischer Lloyd. nuclear industry.Contrast (red-white) method Areas of use: Aircrafts industry. MIL-I-25135/QPL-25135. 10 l) and barrels (200 l). ASTM-E1417. Germanischer Lloyd. Indication of cracks on standard panel №1 (max width of cracks 1. Penetrant U88 • High sensitivity • Easily cleansed with water • Smells slightly • Sensitivity according to: DIN EN ISO 3452-2 – II-level (high sensitive) • • • • Penetrant Red 3000 Ultra high level of sensitivity Water washable Doesn’t contain AZO-colouring agents Smells slightly Testing by luminescent method. containers(1. welds. Bureau Central Hollandais. application 3. Engineering. Bureau Veritas. products of powder metallurgy. Doesn’t leave dints. Work with materials: Alloyed and plain steel. ASTM E-165. Medicine. At ultraviolet illumination (5 Lux. EN 571. Doesn’t contain aroma additives. platings. nonferrous metals. plastics*. 1 2 3 5 . ceramics*. Bureau Veritas.

Methods A. 3 – Special application material used with special application penetrants. Use with fluorescent penetrants (Type I). C & D. general metal working Low sensitivity. 4. B. 10 l) and barrels (200 l). c – Water suspendable developer . class 3 Forms d & e Form a Form b Form c Form f Sensitivity level 1/2 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 2 3 4 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA AMS2644 QPL4 YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NA YES YES YES YES NA General description Very low sensitivity. all applications High sensitivity. all applications Ultra high sensitivity. oil and solvent free Low sensitivity. all applications High sensitivity. b – Water soluble type. aerospace applications Ultra High sensitivity. B. 2 – medium. use with (Type I) penetrants . aerospace applications High sensitivity. all applications Lipophilic emulsifier for FP-93/95/97A(M) Hydrophilic emulsifier for FP-93/95/97A(M) Solvent remover for all penetrants Solvent cleaner / remover for all penetrants Special high temperature remover Nonaqueous developer. Use with all the penetrants . . f – Special application material. C & D. use with all penetrants. B. 2 – Nonhalogenated solvent remover. 1 – Halogenated solvent remover. 1 – low. class 2 C. general metal working Low sensitivity. all penetrants Dry powder developer. C & D B. SOLVENT CLASS: Name FP-900 FP-901 FBP-911 FP-921 FP-902 FBP-912 FP-922 FP-903 FBP-913 FB-923 FBP-914 FP-93A(M) FP-95A(M) FP-97A(M) E-57 E-58D E-59 E-59A R-502* D-70 D-72A D-76B D-78B D-702* Type I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I & II I & II II I & II I I I & II II Method Class/ form A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C A&C B. Method C. class 2 C. use with (Type II) penetrants. B.Fluorescent method** Met-L-Chek REMOVAL METHODS: A – Water washable B – Post emulsifiable. all Type I penetrants Aqueous soluble developer Aqueous suspendable developer Special high temperature developer Developer Remover Emulsifier Penetrant 6 ** Available in cans(1. use with all penetrants. C & D B. general metal working Medium sensitivity. C & D. Method C. C – Solvent wipe removal D – Post emulsifiable . d – Nonaqueous developer. ® Fluorescent penetrants according to AMS-2644 & ASTM E-1417 SENSITIVITY LEVEL: 1/2 – very low. lipophilic emulsifier. oil and solvent free Medium sensitivity. e . 3 – high. C & D. Method C. C & D. Use with all the fluorescent penetrants(Type I). Methods B. aerospace applications Medium sensitivity.Nonaqueous developer. Methods A. oil & solvent free Medium sensitivity. oil and solvent free High sensitivity. Methods A.hydrophilic emulsifier (17-20%: dip or < 5%: spray. Methods A.very high DEVELOPER FORMS: a – Dry developer. C & D B D C. concentrations).

cooling to 400С 5. Weidmüller. immersion in a tank with penetrant 6. dry in heater Т=60 0C 10. Safety and Ergonomics. electrostatic application of powder developer 11. Basic phases of processing: 1. inspection of the sample in a cabin at ultraviolet illumination 7 . precleaning 2. delivered by producers like Siemens. Sick. The inspection system is basically made of stainless steel and equipped with first class means for functional control. Festo. 1000µW/cm2) Inspection System of the fluorescent penetrant testing Present system correspond to requirements of world standards: MIL-I 25135E. immersion in a tank with emulsifier 8. All components meet the European requirements on Health. dry to Т =1000C 4. AMS 2644.Procedure of fluorescent penetrant inspection Precleaning Drain Penetration Emulsification Water wash Hot air dry Wet development Water removal Penetrant removal Dry development Hot air dry Fast drying development (20Lux. MIL STD 6866. wash 3. Rittal. Balluf. post water wash 9. water wash 7. EN 571-1.

600. 20 and 30 μm panels are used for determination of the sensitivity of fluorescent penetrant systems.10 µm 127. 20 µm. Crosscut cracks are made. Rot 3000. Reference block №1 (EN ISO 3452-3) The type 1 reference block consists of a set of 4 nickel-chrome plated panels with 10.001 . Article No. divided by a notch (50х2х1. there is a uniform crack pattern. 20. on metal panels with defined roughness and provided with standardized artificial cracks(defects).e. The rough areas are used for control of the intermediate rinse step.000 8 . The size of each defect is determined optically at its maximum diameter using calibrated scales Article No. Indication of cracks by using of system NORD-TEST (U87. The indication on the reference block gives no suggestion of the indication on the part under test.30 µm 127. into two parts.004 . depth of cracks in which .000 Test panel ASME V Used for the testing of the penetrants indication sensitivity. Article No.1 B shall accompany each test block. Each test-panel has a certificate according to EN 10204. one of which can be taken for standard. quality of intermediate cleaning and control of the whole penetrant process are determined on reference blocks.001 Test body №2 (EN ISO 3452-3) The reference block 2 consists of an austenitic base plate. Ra = 5 μm.600. The type 1 panels are rectangular in shape with typical dimensions of 35 x 100 x 2 mm Transverse cracks are made in each panel by stretching the panels in the longitudinal direction. 30 & 50 µm). For checking the rinsability of penetrants four adjacent areas sized 25 x 35 mm are placed on one half of the panel with roughness of Ra = 2. 30 µm used for a fluorescent sensitivity testing penetrant systems. which verifies its aptitude to EN ISO 3452-3.5 mm).600. 127. which is visible on both sides of the test panel.20 µm 127.Test panels Sensitivity of inspection media. type 3. which is chromiumplated on one side and provided with 4 different surface roughnesses on the other side. 5 star-shaped crack patterns of different sizes are generated in the chromiumplated side by applying a pressure load to the rear side with a ball.50 µm Test body JIS Z 2343 Used to determine the sensitivity of penetrant systems and for comparing two penetrants. The 10. Because of a special thermal treatment ASME panel. 127. A declaration stating conformance to EN ISO 3452-3 and in line with EN 10204. depth of which fits the width of the NiCr-blanket. 127. The width to depth ratio of each crack should be approximately 1:20. Article No. Ra = 10 μm and Ra = 15 μm.600. Article No. it is possible to compare 2 different penetrants. Article No. The sensitivity of contrast penetrant systems is determined by means of panels. i. (Designed in 4 types 10. Type 3. The quotient of cracks’ width to their depth equals 1:20. Due to the division of the test panel into two parts. The sensitivity of colour contrast penetrant systems is determined by using the 30 and 50 μm panels. 20.5 μm.550.30 and 50 µm.100. The user uses the reference block for the control of inspection material. 127. Consists of two test panels which are bronze planes 100х35х2 mm . Present test panel is an aluminium plate (80х50х10 mm). 30 and 50 μm thickness of plating respectively. covered with NiCr-layer. In NiCr-blanket.003 . The defect area is located on the other half of the test surface of the panel. Test-panels with cracks width of 10 µm. U89) Article No.400.1 B.002 .

001 WTP . width 2. 127. Model WW cracks range from 1/22 до 1/6 inches while Model PE cracks range from 1/64 to 1/11inches. Article No. The smallest defect can hardly be seen even after application of highly sensitive penetrants. Twin KDS PE Twin KDS WW Article No.090” thick with two parallel “medium rough” strips. The panel is used to evaluate the quality of removability according to the requirements of MIL-STD-6866 & ASTM E1417.C. 127. 127.700. The panel is not to be used for detecting the sensitivity of penetrant’s system. make fluorescent background comparison simple. Twin KDS Panel. The raised.002 WTP-2 Test panel PSM-5 Present test panel is used for testing the penetrant process in whole. with the cracked sections side by side. 127. Panel WTP-2 is a stainless steel panel. Test panel is designed in two models.10х15cm.000 9 . circular or star-shaped crack patterns are arranged according to their sizes. There are no two identical panels.800. The chromium-plated strip on the side contains 5 crack patterns. facilitate quick and accurate determination of relative defect visibility. each 6×1. Both models are designed in accordance with specification PrattWhitney P/N TAM 146040.5” inches. 127.850. The biggest defect becomes visual after low-sensitive penetrant`s treatment. measuring 4×6 inches and 0.Test panel WTP-1 & WTP-2 Designed to evaluate removability of the fluorescent penetrant. Article No.700. The difference between two models is in crack size. The crack pattern differs from one panel to another. made from stainless steel.700.003 Comparator UTE-3 Designed for right determination of ultraviolet radiation intensity at workplace if using fluorescent penetrants. Twin KDS Panel comes in two models. Test-panel PSM-5 is rectangular.1 Article No. Used to compare size of pores and comparison board of optical probes with text according to Jäger 1 and Jäger 2. with the grit blasted sections side by side.000 KDS-Test panel Twin KDS Panel.3mm. 127.D nonwater-washable penetrants. Model WW for use with Method A water washable penetrants. Indication of cracks by use of FP903 & D70 Article No.700. separated by a smooth 1 inch strip. Model PE for use with Method B.004 Article No.

Means of transportation (aircrafts. 2 magnetization of the object. 5 demagnetization. pores which appear above surface defects after adequate magnetization. during production in steelworks. leak of fusion. machine building.Magnetic particle testing The magnetic particle testing method (MT) is one of the most sensitive. There are a lot of magnetization schemes. some of which are shown below. Higher probability of detection is given. shipbuilding. reliable and productive NDT-method for surface inspection of products from ferro-magnetic materials. longitudinal and combined magnetization are used for MT. vehicles). laps. aircraft building. 3 application of magnetic particle suspension onto the test object 4 Testing of the object. The method is based on the attraction of ferromagnetic particles by force of leakage flux like cracks. electric power and chemical machine building. MT can be used for surface defects (open to the surface) and under certain conditions for detection of near-surface defects. Circular. when the direction of a defect is perpendicular to the direction of the applied magnetic field. rail cars. Magnetic Particle testing procedure consists of the following: 1 Preparation of the items` surfaces of the test objects for testing. The smaller the angle between defect and field direction the weaker the indication 10µm Magnetic field direction Microscope imaging of cracks Cracks indication by fluorescent МT method Magnetic Particle testing is used in almost every industry branch: metallurgy. at pipe installation). Circular Longitudinal 10 .

8 195 27x27 195x320 35 3 2x42 IP65 16 kg KMU 8/42 Article No.: EN ISO 9934-3:2002 Weight (kg) 131.010.010 Specifications: UM8 Article No. UM8 Article No. Distance between poles (mm) Pole cross section (mm) Dimensions L×Hmax (mm) Tangential field strength A/cm (DIN 54131-2) Standard length of the cable (m) Supply voltage.4 168 27.0 *Additional transformer 230/42 V is necessary 11 .5x22.010.001.8 76-260 27.002.001 UM8/42* 132.001 KMU 8/42* 131.015.5x22.5 235x156 36 3 42 IP65 16 kg 3.010 168 27.5x22. V Protection system Pull-off strength app.002.002.0 to 250 ∅ 32 150×∅ 50 ≥ 23 30 kg 1.001 UM15 Article No.000 UM15/42* 131.100 Permanent magnet „Flaw Finder“ 76-260 27.000 UM15 131.5 kg 3.010.5 230x132-200 23 3 230 IP65 7.5 230x132-200 21 3 42 IP65 7.131.5 235x156 40 3 230 IP65 17 kg 3.5x22.000 Flaw Finder Article No.Hand magnetizing devices.5 kg 3.

2 15 325 290 385 17 400 50 12 6 15 445 290 385 30 400 50 23 7. measured via high current 5 m cable.300 Hellotest 40 Hellotest 60 131. Open circuit voltage max.050. Effective value Peak value Short-circuit Infinitely variable Operating data Source voltage Frequency Power input max.005 A A A 1000 1400 3700 2000 2800 6900 Main 2800 4000 8000 4200 6000 9000 V Hz kVA V V mm mm mm kg 230 50 3 3.020. Control voltage Dimensions Length Width Height Weight Hellotest 10 131.5 15 500 630 965 105 400 50 50 10.5 15 1200 630 910 160 12 .020.Portable magnetizing devices Specifications: DIN 54131 & VDE Article No. Alternate current Max.100 Hellotest 20 131. test current.

Stationary Magnetic Devices Defectoscopes are designed and constructed due to client`s performance specification. 900-Universal WE II Basic device for combined magnetization of items by alternate current. НЕТТ 150 250 350 450 550 Magnetic field strength А/cm 110 90 80 65 54 ∅ demagnetization window. As an example you can see these two the most popular defectoscopes. Test detail length Test detail diameter Test detail mass Circular magnetization current Longitudinal magnetization current Power consumption Air-operated clamp lead Source voltage Length Height Width Weight ≤900 mm ≤450 mm ≤450 kg 2800 А 15000 Аt 55 kVA 7 mm 3х400 V 2200 mm 2300 mm 760 mm 780 kg ZER-O-MAT® Noncontact magnetization of the test objects. mm 150 250 350 450 550 13 . Demagnetizing devices HETT 150/250/350/450/550 Demagnetization coils are designed for reducing the remanent magnetism of objects. A specially designed U-like solenoid lets detect surface defects every direction on cylinder-like objects. magnetized during preceding MT.

25 Article No. 135. 135.3 Article No.511 175 TGL11 brown 35 5 0. 135./1l. 135.520 14 Grain form Indication of artificial cracks on a test body №1 * Wetting-.3 Article No.001.1 TGL orange 175 orange 47 5 0.3 Article No. antirust-agent BC502 (30ml.001.010 175 WD105 grey-white Article No.003.002.1 Article No.) is necessary to prepare a suspension on a water base. .001. 630 BW333 black 4 3-5 0.530 37 5 0.030 magnification: 140 TGL12 green 35 5 0. 135.510 175 WW50 grey-white 30 5 0. antifoam-.Coloured magnetic particles For preparing a suspension on a water & oil base Item Colour Average dimension of the grain (µm) Recommended concentration (g) Sedimentation ( 2 g/l)/100ml . 135.001.

10 l) 3.15 Article No.7 2 0. Dry powders in 1kg container 2.001.5 0.25 Article No. 135.25 Article No. 135. 1:50) on water base (cans 1.2 12.4-1 0.6-1 0. 135.3 Article No. 135. Ready-to-use suspensions on oil base 15 .001.5-1.001.2 Article No.3 14 0.180 Delivery: 1.4-1 0.040 LY 2300 630 3.5 0. Concentrates (1:20.150 280 LY 1500 5.010 magnification: 280 CGY 4000 11.5 0.Fluorescent magnetic particles Item Fluorescence coefficient Gd/W Average grain size (µm) Recommended concentration (g) Sedimentation ( 1 g/l)/100ml MEF 8-TC 630 1.4 6 0.8 4 0.001.008 630 LY 2500 2. 135.001.6-1.

To be applied as thin layer with a thickness up to 30 µm. NR 104A Article No.070 NR 107 Article No. 135. 135.1 <0. It is a good corrosion inhibitor.050 Luminescent magnetic suspension of ultra high sensitivity. It is a good corrosion inhibitor. Average grain dimension of 4 µm High -flash magnetic particles suspension in a slightly smelling oil-carrier-fluid. EN ISO 9934 ● doesn’t contain CKW/FCKW NRF 101 Article No.006. Sect. ASTM E 709:95.050 Additional products ● Oil carrier fluid for preparing magnetic particle suspensions.6 1. White pigmented suspension in a slightly volitilizable solvent. doesn’t contain chlorinated hydrocarbons.Magnetic particle testing by means of aerosol system from the firm HELLING ● quick and efficient ● handy and easy to use ● reliable estimation of defects ● high sensitivity ● economic material consumption ● in accordance with ASME Code. Average grain dimension 4 µm.006. Form is ready for use.005. V. High-flash magnetic particle suspension in a slightly smelling oil-carrier-fluid.1 <0.03 <0.4 >60 <-60 <0.05 Colourless (clear) oil 16 .005. White background paint.0 1. Remover for background paint.04 <0.020 NRS 103 Article No. Specifications: Oil 4000 Inspection method Density Kinematic viscosity in 20оС mm2/s Kinematic viscosity in 40оС mm2/s о 2 Kinematic viscosity in 50 С mm /s о Burning point С Chilling point оС Acid index(number) KOH/g Saponification number mg KOH/g Oxide ash level Water content Insoluble substances Asphaltenes Colour DIN 51 757 DIN 51 562 DIN 51 562 DIN 51 562 DIN 51 758 DIN ISO 3016 DIN 51 558/1 DIN 51 559 DIN EN 7 DIN 51 582 DIN 51 592 DIN 51 595 Oil 4000 762 2. 135. 135. Black magnetic suspension of high sensitivity .01 <0.

g ● Bulb for sedimentation control ● Hydraulic pump atomizer PROFI Designed to detect suspension quality. MPU-ST Present device is designed for measuring the magnetic field strength (AC. Corresponds to standards: ASME V. tangential field probe (∅ 1.000 17 . flexible sensor( ∅ 0. DC) in range of 0 ÷ 2 000 А/сm.005. Operating pressure 4 bar. Oe MPU-ST 0-200А/cm. 0-2000 А/cm А/cm.3 l.● Magnetic field strength meter MP-U. Article No.24) 160х80х27 250 Article No. mm Liquid-crystal 3. 1444 Article No. indication of battery condition.5 digit display. container volume 1. and also for colored and fluorescent penetrants.6 mm). 126. The following probes are available: axial field probe (∅ 6.5 –discharge display ÷ 2% 9 V (ICE 6 LF 22) 2000 measurements RS 232 (V.0 mm). Determines the magnetic powder concentration in suspension.005. 0-2000 А/cm 0-20000 А/cm Unit measure Indication Error Power supply Memory Interface device Dimensions. max. ASTM E 709. 134.7 mm).400.000 Used for magnetic powder sputtering suspensions. 133.5 l. Specifications: Measuring range MP-U 0-200 А/cm. filling volume 1.010 Weight. Liquid-crystal 3.

When the magnetic suspension is applied on the disk. Specifications: Dimensions (LхWхH): Tangential component of magnetic field over the artificial defect at points G (-4): В (4): 1А/cm 155х40х12 mm -1А/сm Article No. Specifications: Sample diameter: 20 mm Sample height: 5 mm Holder length: 95 mm Article No. magnetic powder accumulates over the cylindrical surface holes.000 Weight: 24 g. 134. separated by a thin (15µm) Al-foil.002 Reference block №2 (EN ISO 9934-2) Reference block is a self contained unit requiring no external magnetic field induction. Article No.004. The sample represents itself a 7/8"(22. SA-275. Because of the permanent magnetic field the bars get magnetized and magnetic particles accumulate over the artificial defect. The process. When current (FWDC or HWDC) is passed through the central conductor. Article No.75mm) .5. Permanent magnets are set on the sample ends. conductor length mustn’t be less then 400mm).002. figure 8 The sample is used for localization of magnetic fields and their directions during performance of magnetic particle testing. Specifications: Magnetic field direction Sample diameter: Sample height: Holder length: Weight: 27 mm 4 mm 100 mm 42 g. fine cracks are the result of stress corrosion. corresponding to the recovery of the majority of lines is accepted as optimal. Estimation of magnetic particle suspensions is made by visual or other appropriated method of comparison of the indications.2mm)-wide disk.1.003.100 Ketos Ring (ASTM E 1444-01) The sample is designed to determine the defectoscope working capacity and the quality of magnetic powder suspension.2. Specifications: Sample diameter: Sample height: The width of cracks: 50 mm 10 mm 2-10 µm Article No. 25.78mm) are placed on different distances from the outer cylindrical surface. The block consists of 2 soft iron bars. forming indicator lines.25"(31. § 4.3. § 12. (conductor diameter 1 3/16 “.5. The quality of the suspension or dry powder is estimated over the summarized the length of the lines. figure 12 – 17 ASME. forming indicator lines. The block is permanently magnetized by central conductor through the hole.5.Reference Blocks/Field Indicators Reference block №1 (EN ISO 9934-2) The reference block is a disc with 2 types of natural cracks on the surface.000 18 . waste fields appear. inner diameter 1. Outer diameter 5"(127mm).003. decreasing as the distance from the hole to the outer cylindrical surface increases. Coarse cracks are the result of the polishing. representing an artificial defect. 134. 12 holes (diameter 0.made from steel AISI 01. 134. 134. Used to determine the quality of the magnetic particle suspensions. figure 8 NAVSHIPS 250-1500-1. 134.002.100 Field Indicator according to Berthold Designed to determine the strength and direction of the selected magnetizing setup and the quality of magnetic powder suspension. Magnetic field direction Magnetic Field Indicator D 250 (ASME-V) The magnetic field indicator type D 250 is designed in accordance with the following specification methods of non destructive testing : MIL-STD-271 E. section V.4.07" (1. Art.

150. necessary for the MP: • Magnetic field strength meter MPU • UV-intensity measuring device • Reference block №1 • Reference block №2 • Package of detectors Burmah-Castrol TypeI or TypeII • Field Indicator according to Berthold • Bulb for sedimentation control • Gelatine film for documentation (10 documentation cards) Article No. Rockwell B (HRB). Specifications: • Unit measure: Leeb (HL). 710. Brinell (HB).001 19 . Shore D (HSD) • Effective range: 200-900 HL • Error: ±0.25/0.5 mm Ra:0.100 Portable Hardness Tester НТ-1000А Dynamic hardness tester with digital display for hardness measurement of any item easily and quickly. R 5.0 µm Rz:0.001.8/2.500.5% • Angle of measurement: • Dimensions: 165x28x28mm Hardness standard test block enclosed Article No. Rz) Specifications: • • • • Tracing length: Speed: Cut-off length: Effective range: Error: Measuring tip: Dimensions: Weight: 6 mm 1 mm/с 0.0 µm 125х73х26 mm 200 g • • • • • Roughness standard test block enclosed Article No.010. Vickers(HV).100 Surface Roughness Tester TR100 Determination of surface roughness quickly and qualitatively (Ra.05-10. 134.1-50. Rockwell C (HRC).Test-kit E 100 for МT Consists of accessories.0 µm ±15% diamond.

403 230 V. 50/60 Hz 10 A Less then 5 min Less then 10 min НТС 400 2х НТС 400 365 nm 5000 11000 about 1500 hours 500х500х300 30 kg 40 kg IP20 IP 54 ZERO-800 IP-54 144.000.404 5A ZERO-400 IP-54 144.801 20 Y Ax is (c m ) .000.Ultraviolet sources • Stationary ultraviolet lamps 800 700 Helling Zero 600 500 Intensity 400 300 200 UVC UVB ZERO-400 IP-20 100 0 200 220 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 λ(nm) Ultraviolet radiation spectral distribution of Zero 400 9000 8000 ) 2 ZERO-400 IP-54 stärke (µW/cm Bestrahlungs 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 -30 -25-20 -15-10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 XA xis ( 25 30 cm 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 -25 5 25 20 15 10 ) Ultraviolet radiation distribution (µW/cm2) of Zero 400 ZERO-800 IP-54 Specifications: Article No.000. Input voltage Starting current Starting time Restarting time Ultraviolet radiant Wave length of UV light Ultraviolet intensity on distance 400 mm Lifespan of UV source Dimensions Weight Protection class ZERO-400 IP-20 144.

105 1.60 A C 10 A-HE 142.110 1.5 nm 4000 10000 about 1500 hours 200х100х80 mm 5 kg IP20 4000 280х280х140 7.000. Input voltage Starting current Starting time Restarting time Ultraviolet radiant Wave length of UV light Half-width value of UV emission Ultraviolet intensity on distance 400 mm Lifespan of UV source Dimensions Weight Protection class Super UV 2005 142.85 A 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 t (min.000.) Ultraviolet radiation constancy Specifications: Article No.300 C 10 A-S 142.85 A Less then 5 min Less then 10 min HN100 365 nm 1.• Handheld ultraviolet lamps 4500 4000 3500 3000 µW/(cm2nm) Super UV 2005 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 200 220 UVC UVB UVA 240 260 280 300 320 340 360 380 400 λ (nm) Ultraviolet radiation spectral distribution C 10 A-HE 3500 ) 2 stärke (µW/cm Bestrahlungs 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 -12 -10 8 14 12 10 C 10 A-SH -8 -6 -4 -2 0 XA 2 xis (cm 4 6 8 Ultraviolet radiation distribution 1000 ) 10 12 -8 -10 -12 -14 -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 Y is Ax m (c ) 100 10 1 C 10 A-S 0.85 A 10000 230 V.5 kg 21 . 50/60 Hz 1.1 0.200 C 10 A-SH 142.

411 18 V 4xUV-LED i UV-Inspector 3000 142. 4 approx. 4.311 142.) Dimensions (mm) i High efficiency at low power consumption Low heat generation Very long lifetime Rigid against shock and vibration Defined wavelength of emission Safety due to protective low Voltage Immediately ready for use after switch on 142.001 1xUV-LED UV-Inspector UV365-LWG Inspector 380-R 142. 1400 230x∅130 Also available with power supply.5 approx.300.200.200.) UV-light intensity 2 (µW/cm ) Wavelength(nm) Emission halfwidth (nm) Working hours(H) Weight(g.ii Permanent use is possible. 550 1000x∅6 ii 2000 at 200 mm 365 8. 4 approx.5 approx.5 approx.5 approx.511 24 V 9xUV-LED i approx. 300 170x∅45 ii 2500 at 400 mm 365 8.5 approx. 6 approx. 6 approx.5 approx.5 approx.200.301 1xUV-LED UV-Inspector 2000 142.8 V (4x accum) 1xUV-LED 1xUV-LED 10000 at 50 mm 365 8. 10 000 6000 at 20mm 365 8. 550 2000x∅5 ii UV-Inspector 365 142. 22 .200. 250 170x∅45 ii 3000 at 400 mm 365 8.• Ultraviolet-LED lamps “Achieved-Change of Generation“ for handheld lamps! UV-Inspector 365-LWG UV-Endoscope UV-Inspector 380 UV-Inspector 365 UV-Inspector 2000 UV-Inspector 3000-N Advantages of ultraviolet-LED sources: • • • • • • • Specifications: UV-Endoskop Article No. 1300 75x320x110 ii 4000 at 400 mm 370 8. Voltage UV-light source Lifetime the UVLED (h.200.101 4.

001 Article No. 611.Leak inspection • Bubble method The essential matter of the method is as follows: Registration of local leakages in an under-test item by appearing of indicator gas bubbles in indicator liquid (indicator cover).(which can be created by vacuum pump). Foam-film indicator(Proof Check) is applied on the under-test joint weld and overpressure is generated.5 kg 220-230 V (50Hz) IP54 600х100 mm 600х100 mm 300 mm 23 . Article No.000. deforms it. In this case bubbles or foam swelling can be seen . accumulating on the defective place. impacts mechanically on foam-film indicator.001. The method is used for testing the impermeability of reservoirs welded joint. penetrating through the joint weld microflaws. Air (check gas). 616. fluid power and gas systems under the overpressure.001 Foam-film indicator Proof Check and leak indication Vacuum pump EV 20 for pressure gradient origination Vacuum frames of different confidurations for testing the joint welds impermeability D (D: 25÷1200 mm) Specifications: EV20: Evacuation rate: Vacuum: Dimensions: Weight: Voltage: Protection class: 4m3/hour 800 mbar 280х290х225 mm 10.

Signal amplitude represents the size of leak. Principe of the work is as following: helium is heated up to a certain temperature. Accumulator 4 hours +5 ÷ 35 °С 90% maximum 170 х 136 х 290 mm 2. 100-230 V 13 hours 275 х 155 х 170 mm 250 х 120 х 85 mm 3 kg 1. having penetrated through the quartz membrane. This mixture isn’t flammable (ISO 10156 )is not toxic or corrosive. which force is proportional to the quantity of helium. 1min. nor dangerous to the environment H1000 Specifications: H1000 Minimum detectable concentration of hydrogen Minimum detectable leak of hydrogen Reaction time for hydrogen Self-test procedure and warm-up time Supply Continuous work time from accumulator Dimensions Weight 9012XRS 9012XRS 0. penetrates special quartz membrane (which is permeable only for helium atom).• Hydrogen leak detectors The concept of catalitically selective estimation of hydrogen by a special semiconductor sensor is a basis of the leak detector Mixture of nitrogen (95 %) and hydrogen (5%) is used as an indicator gas.9 kg • Helium leak detector PDH-4 The basis of the detector is so called “Selective Ion Pump Detector” – SIPD. 3 minutes 18 V.6 kg 24 . Detector senses helium and sends a signal. • Portability • High sensitivity • Hugh selectivity • Easy to use • High robustness Specifications:PDH-4: Minimum detectable concentration of He Minimum detectable He leak Reaction time for He Self-test procedure and warm-up time Supply Continuous work time from accumulator Operating conditions Temperature Relative humidity Dimensions Weight 2 ppm 5 х 10-7 Pa m3/s 2 sec.5 ppm 5 х 10-5 mbar l/s 2sec.

Ultrasonic leak detector Hellophone Article No.010 • Detection of compressed gas. clappers etc.001 Article No.100. Delivery kit: Ultrasonic device with accumulator power supply Ultrasonic generator Charger Earphones Waterproof probing device for solid body Solid state probe Air-ultrasonic probe Leak detector Hellophone designed for: Hellophone Specifications: • • • • • • Measuring frequency: 40 кHz±1кHz Digital display LCD Conservation of max.100.) in operating objects • Compression and joint weld leak testing (if using ultrasonic generator) • Detection of minor electrical discharge in defective contacts of electric installations.quantity Integral accumulator (10 hours of work) Dimensions: 120х65х25 (generator) 195х100х40 (receiver) Weight of the package with the bag: 3. 613. liquid (also viscous) leaks from small holes (flute cracks) in pipeline and reservoirs • Testing of stop valve (cocks. 613.6kg 25 .

616. 616.0 kg barrel Article No. 616.100.000.5-2ml/l Optimum wave length excitation: 365nm Color under UV excitation: yellow Article No.luminophors.0 Litre Article No.Fluorescent concentrate for detecting leaks in cooling systems etc. 616.5 Litre Article No. The location of a leakage is detected by this specific light emission.000.000. Luminescent leak testing method is based on the use of special agents (as test medium) . which are emitting visible light under ultraviolet radiation.035 – 20.103 H 849 Concentrate on water basis with emulsifying additive and corrosion inhibitor for detecting leaks in cooling systems.0 Litre Article No. 616.034 – 1.032 – 10.033 – 0. H 800 Oil-suspendible concentrate for detecting leaks in cooling systems: • flammable oiling materials • synthetic and mineral oils Consumption: 0. leak testing of different objects Consumption: 2-5 ml/l Optimum wave length excitation: 365nm Color under UV excitation: green 26 .000.

0 Hand developing by use of Fuji-Chemicals at 20°C and 5 min developing time ** Machine developing by use of Agfa-Chemicals at 28°C and 8 min developing time 27 . Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high subject contrast applications. A very fine grain. high contrast ASTM Class II film suitable for the inspection of light metals with low activity radiation sources and for inspection of thick. Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high subject contrast applications. Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high contrast subject applications. IX80 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens. It is suitable for use with any low atomic number material where fine image detail is imperative.7 4.IX50 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens. It is applicable to the inspection of low atomic number materials with low kilovoltage X-ray sources as well as inspection of higher atomic number materials with high kilovoltage X-ray or gamma ray sources.7 11. An extremely fine grain. AGFA D2 D4 D5 D7 D8 KODAK M 100 M 125 T 200 AA 400 CX Film category Sensitivity. It is also useful in X-ray diffraction work. high contrast ASTM Class I film having excellent sharpness and high discrimination characteristics. A high speed. It is particularly useful when gamma ray sources of high activity are unavailable or when very thick specimens are to be inspected.Radiographic testing • Radiographic film Helling GmbH – official distributor of Fuji Industrial X-RAY Products IX 50 IX 80 IX 100 IX 150 FUJI IX IX 50 IX 80 IX 100* IX 100** IX 150 * An ultra-fine grain. Its ultra-fine grain makes it useful in high energy. Although IX100 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens. R-1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 2. IX150 is used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens. high contrast ASTM Class I film suitable for detection of minute defects.5 6. low subject contrast applications where high curie isotopes or high output X-ray machines permit its use. high contrast ASTM Class III film suitable for inspection of a large variety of specimens with lowto-high kilovoltage X-ray and gamma ray sources. higher density specimens with high kilovoltage X-ray or gamma ray sources.0 17. it is suitable for use with fluorescent or fluorometallic screens. fine grain.

IX 100 EPAK – vacuum package with layers. IX 100. 80. 50. IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX 80. 50. 50. 80. 80. 80. IX 100. IX 80.Format cm 10 10 13 24 30 x x x x x 24 48 18 30 40 IX IX IX IX IX 50. roll package (2 items) 60 mm х 61 m 100 mm х 61 m 6 x 24 6 x 48 10 x 24 10 x 40 10 x 48 18 x 24 24 x 30 30 x 40 60 mm х 61 m 70 mm х 61 m 100 mm х 61 m IX 80 IX 80 IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX 50. roll package (2 items.vacuum package with Pb screen. 50. without Pb screen. IX 80. roll package (4 items) 70 mm х 168 m 6 x 24 6 x 48 10 x 24 10 x 40 10 x 48 18 x 24 24 x 30 30 x 40 IX 100 IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX 80. 50. 50 sheets EPPB . 80. IX 100. IX 80. 50. 50. 50 sheets EPAK . 50. IX 80. 100 sheets NIF . IX 80. IX 100 IX 50. IX IX IX IX IX Film type 80.non interleaved package. IX IX IX IX IX IX IX IX 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 EPPB – vacuum package with Pb screen. IX 100 IX 50. 80 80 80 IX 100 IX 100 IX 80. 50. IX 100. IX 150 80. IX 100 Chemical agents for processing radiographic film Fuji Developer Rendol Fixing solution M-FIX Developer Audel Fixing solution AUFIX 4 х 5 l ready to use liquor for hand development 25 l ready to use liquor for hand development 2 х 20 l ready to use liquor for automatic development 2 х 20 l ready to use liquor for automatic development 28 . 80. IX 100. 80. IX 100 IX 80. 50. IX 150 150 150 150 NIF – non interleaved package. 80. 50. without Pb screen.vacuum package with layers.) IX 50. 80 50. 80.

film width Development time Development rate at 8 min. hot air Automatic 2. hot air Automatic 9 of developer.7 кW.6 кW) 127 kg Characteristic data Colenta FNDX3 Film type Max. 60°C.5 l 3/4" (3-10 bar) 220-240 V. hot air Automatic 6 l of developer. Development temperature Drying temperature Regeneration system Capacity charge Water consumption while working Water connection Supply Power consumption Weight Sheet and roll films 43 cm Controlled from 3 to 14 minutes 38 films/hour Format35х43mm Regulated from 18 to43°C Max. 60°C. 6 of fixer. 6 l of water 1. 16 А. 60°C.• Developing machines for radiographic film Characteristic data Colenta FNDX1 Film type Max.6 l of developer 2.1 кW. 16 А. 232. Stand-By (0. 8 l of fixer.001 Sheet and roll films 36 cm Controlled from 3 to 13 minutes 16 films/hour. 50-60 Hz 3. 50-60 Hz 1. film width Development time Development rate at 8 min. Stand-By (0. Development temperature Drying temperature Regeneration system Capacity charge Water consumption while working Water connection Supply Power consumption Weight Article No.6 кW) 132 kg 29 . Format35х43mm Regulated from 18 to 43°C Max.5 l 3/4" (3-10 bar) 220-240 V. 50-60 Hz 3.35 kW) 58 kg Characteristic data Colenta FNDX2 Film type Max.010. 16 А. 3 l of water 1. 8 l of water 1.5 l of fixer .5 кW.5 l 3/4" (3-10 bar) 220-240 V. Film width Development time Development rate at 8 min. Stand-By (0. Development temperature Drying temperature Regeneration system Capacity charge Water consumption while working Water connection Supply Power consumption Weight Sheet and roll films 43 cm Controlled from 2 to 10 minutes 29 films/hour Format 35х43mm Regulated from 18 to 43°C Max.

004.000 • • • • • • Film viewing equipment Densitometer Sensitivity standards Darkroom accessories Absorbance standard Packages of lead letters and numbers 30 . 242.• Accessories Article No.

In a resonance test an ultrasonic tone-burst with sweeping frequency is applied to an ultrasonic transducer and a resonance spectrum of the inspected structure is acquired. excited by a swept frequency signal is coupled to the surface of the inspected structure using a coupling agent.4 V. ultrasonic gel 250 ml. Li-Accum 152х255х70 mm 2.Ultrasonic testing • Wall thickness measuring device HELLISON-1 Tested materials: Effective range: Definition: Error: Ultrasonic transducers: In-steel calibration Power Supply: Dimensions: Weight: Black and nonferrous metals. 2 from Accumulator 125х65х30 mm 200 g Delivery: ultrasonic thickness indicator.5% 2. Test range Velocity range: Gain: Frequency range: Interface Power Supply: Dimensions: Weight: 10-5000mm (in steel) 1000-9999 m/s 140 dB 0. ultrasonic transducer 2 МHz. The acquired spectrum contains information about the properties of materials used for the structure and flaws that may be present in it. The instrument acquires probe’s frequency spectrum in the range of some tens of kHz to several hundreds of kHz.3 kg Article No. glass. charging device.1 mm ± 0. Depth determination and defect’s coordinates. 5: 10 МHz 2. 311.001 • Ultrasonic defectoscope INT-Bond-Tester Ultrasonic resonance spectroscopy (URS) utilizes information in the frequency domain obtained due to the constructive and destructive interference of elastic waves for nondestructive evaluation of inspected objects. Article No. 311. Measurement setup: Narrowband ultrasonic spectroscopy can be used for the NDT of aerospace multi-layered structures.5-15 МHz RS232 14 V. The INTBond-Tester used for this test operate on the principle of exciting a mechanical resonance in a multi-layered structure.000. hard plastics. ceramics 1-300 mm 0. Принцип действия 31 .001. preformed materials and finished materials.100 • Ultrasonic defectoscope HELLSTEIN II Detection of defects as homogeneity disfunction in welds. A resonance in the layered structure occurs when echoes between two boundaries travel back and forth due to the difference in acoustic impedances at the boundaries. A piezoelectric probe. Article No.080. 810.005 Filling high-quality steel master forms Article No. 310. 810.Accessories • Calibration Blocks • • Ultrasonic Transducers Couplants for ultrasonic inspection Couplants for ultrasonic inspection •<50ppm of sulfur and halogens • Water washable • non toxic • Various colours • contains corrosion inhibitors Article No.004 Instrument for lightning caves with a mirror suit 32 .059. 810.270 Specifications US-A > 200000 -5÷100 US-B > 200000 -30÷100 Welding technology accessories Viscosity mPa s Temperature range of use °C Article No. 310.006 Article No.

810.080. 810.Article No.080. 9) Current meter (AC.039 Sample Article No.042 High quality steel feeler 0. 6. 810. 810.070.300 Article No.002 Article No.080.038 Sample Article No.026.05-1mm 33 .005 Pocket lamp Article No.080. 220. 810. 810.009 Article No. 810.080.070. DC) Article No.008 Pocket lens(magnification 3.

Telescopic magnet Article No. 810.080.047 Article No. 810. 810.003 h Thermometer(-70-+1000°C) Article No.003 Joint weld master made of high quality steel Article No.017 Depth Gauge 34 .080. 810.070.080.

quick and durable • precise (± 1% fromrated temperature) • temperature range from 38°C to 1371°C Article No. quick and durable • precise (± 2% from rated temperature) • temperature range from 38°C to 260°C 35 .100.000 Surface temperature detection • easy to use. undergoing high • temperature range :up to1093°C Article No.000 • for surfaces protection. 510. 510.Temperature indicators Article No.200.007 High temperature paint temperature impact Surface temperature detection • Self-adhersice labels • easy to use.000. 518.

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939 810.091.104 810. The HELLING ACTION MARKER 44 has a threaded end that can be screwed into a jig or apparatus for continuous identification application.024 810. dirt.044.016.001 810.146810.044. The HELLING ACTION MARKER Fine Line is lightweight and writes fine. grease and extreme weather conditions • Interchangeable and replaceable tips are available • 6 to 8 times the writing life of most other capillary markers of comparable size • Drying time: 45 seconds to 1 minute ® Fine Liner AM 44 Colours available AM 44 810.063 10.106 Broad DYKEM®SUDZ OFF® Broad 810.001 810.084 Medium 810.108 810.HELLING DYKEM®RINZ OFFTM and The HELLING DYKEM®SUDZ OFFTM The HELLING DYKEM RINZ OFF and The HELLING DYKEM SUDZ OFF water removable ink marker and the HELLING ® TM DYKEM SUDZ OFF detergent removable ink marker write on non-treated. non-painted metal.938 810.004 810. distinctive markings.109 810.146 810.016.01 6.109 810. Both markers feature a clip to secure the pen in your pocket or on your clipboard.044.091.985 810.044.044.939 810. aluminium. The HELLING ® TM ® TM DYKEM RINZ OFF can be removed with water while the HELLING DYKEM SUDZ OFF can be removed with detergent.091.108 810.105 810. ® TM ® TM DYKEM®RINZ OFF® Medium 810.010 810. glass. plastic.371 810.033.091. The markers feature a fibre tip ink pen that can be used indoors and outdoors on any smooth nonporous surface and will not react with paint systems (should be tested for suitability).010 810.003 810.044.69410.004 810.371 810.938 810.003 810. Benefits: • Permanent ink writes on smooth surfaces such as metal.033.106 HELLING ACTION MARKER® ® The HELLING ACTION MARKER 44 and the HELLING ACTION MARKER Fine Line are dye-based ink pens with a valve ® action fibre tip that writes on any smooth surface. 810.091.091.044. It is used to make broad markings on any smooth ® surface.985 810.091. glass.033. leaving no “ghosting”.002 37 . ceramic and some plastic surfaces and can be removed. Fine Liner 810. rubber and more • Inks are able to withstand oil.105 810.091.

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