Fluorescent Wet Magnetic Particle Indications

The indications produced using the wet magnetic particles are more sharp than dry particle indications formed on similar defects. When fluorescent particles are used, the visibility of the indications is greatly improved because the eye is drawn to the "glowing" regions in the dark setting. Below are a few examples of fluorescent wet magnetic particle indications.

 Drive shafts often develope thin cracks that can be detected with fluorescent magnetic particle inspection.
Magnetic Particle Wet Fluorescnet Indication of Cracks in a Drive Shaft
A crack on the inside of a bearing my not have been detected with the naked eye. Fluorescent particle inspection clearly shows the indication.
Magnetic Particle Wet Fluorescent Indication of a Crack in a Bearing
Fatigue cracks in a crane hook because clean through magnetic particle inspection.
Magnetic particle Wet Fluorescent Indication of a Crack in a Crane Hook
magnetic particle inspection helps find indications that may have been confused with a part's build geometry.
Magnetic Particle Wet Fluorescent indication of a Crack at a Sharp Radius
Small indications in tool castings can be detected using wet fluorescent magnetic particle inspection.
Magnetic Particle Wet Fluorescent Indication of a Crack in a Casting
Stress concentration points around fasteners can create cracks in a part. Wet magnetic particle inspection can reveal these indications.
Magnetic Particle Wet Fluorescent Indication of Cracks at a Fastener Hole