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Part 1: Sand, gravity die and low pressure die castings English version of DIN EN 1371-1

EN 1371-1

 

ICS 77.140.80; 77.150.99

Descriptors: Liquid penetrant inspection, castings, testing.

 

Gießereiwesen – Eindringprüfung – Teil 1: Sand-, Schwerkraftkokillen- und Niederdruckkokillengußstücke

European Standard EN 1371-1 : 1997 has the status of a DIN Standard.

A comma is used as the decimal marker.

 

National foreword

This standard has been prepared by CEN/TC 190.

 

The responsible German body involved in its preparation was the Normenausschuß Gießereiwesen (Foundry Standards Committee), Technical Committee Oberflächenprüfung .

 

EN comprises 23 pages.

 

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EN 1371-1 June 1997

EN 1371-1

June 1997

ICS 77.140.80; 77.150.99 Descriptors: Liquid penetrant inspection, castings, testing.

English version

Founding – Liquid penetrant inspection

Part 1: Sand, gravity die and low pressure die castings

Fonderie – Contrôle par ressuage – Partie 1: Pièces moulées au sable, en coquille, par gravité et basse pression

Gießereiwesen – Eindringprüfung – Teil 1: Sand-, Schwerkraftkokillen- und Niederdruckkokillengußstücke

This European Standard was approved by CEN on 1997-06-02.

CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national stand- ards may be obtained on application to the Central Secretariat or to any CEN member.

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Introduction

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This European Standard complements the general principles of liquid penetrant inspection given in EN 571 for the additional requirements of the foundry industry.

Liquid penetrant inspection as well as any other non destructive examination method is part of a general or specific assessment of the quality of a casting to be agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser at the time of acceptance of the order.

Penetrant testing examination of castings is standardized in two parts:

  • - EN 1371-1: Sand, gravity die and low pressure die castings

  • - prEN 1371-2: Investment castings

1

Scope

This European Standard applies to the liquid penetrant testing of all castings (except copper-tin and/or copper- tin-lead alloy castings, where copper is the major constituent) produced in conventional sand moulds, by gravity and low-pressure die casting whatever their grade and the casting procedure used to produce them.

This standard does not apply to investment and pressure die castings.

2

Normative references

This standard incorporates, by dated or undated reference, provisions from other publications. These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references, the latest edition of the publication referred to applies.

EN 473 Qualification and certification of NOT personnel - General principles

EN 571-1 Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing - Part 1: General principles

EN 1370

Founding -

Surface roughness inspection by visualtactile comparators

prEN 1371-2 Founding - Liquid penetrant inspection - Part 2: Investment castings

prEN 1956 Non-destructive testing - Penetrant testing and magnetic particle testing - Viewing conditions

NOTE: Informative reference to documents used in the preparation of this standard, and cited at the appropriate places in the text, are listed in a bibliography, see annex A.

,3

Conditions for liquid penetrant inspection

The manufacturing stage(s) when liquid penetrant inspection is to be performed shall be clearly defined by agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

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Inspection shall be carried out only on those areas of the castings and on the percentage of castings agreed. Inspection requirements shall be clearly stated in the call for tender, in the request for prices and, more particularly, in the order sent to the manufacturer and accepted by him, so that the manufacturer can assess the costs of manfacturing to satisfy the required severity level and the costs of additional inspections and operations, and the manufacturing risks involved.

For each agreed area of the casting to be inspected, the following shall be indicated:

  • - type of discontinuity;

  • - severity level.

Sensitivity can differ depending on the method of liquid penetrant inspection selected. Therefore the severity levels required shall be selected as a function of the liquid penetrants used and the method agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

The type of discontinuity and the severity level can vary depending on the area of the casting inspected (see

tables

1 to

3).

  • 4 Method of inspection

    • 4.1 Operating mode

Inspection shall be carried out as described in EN 571-1. The characteristics of the penetrant materials shall be checked in accordance with specifications to be agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

  • 4.2 Qualification of the operators

Inspection shall be performed by personnel, qualified in accordance with EN 473 or by a certification scheme which is considered to be equivalent. The qualification level of the personnel shall be agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser at the time of acceptance of the order.

  • 4.3 Surface preparation

The surface to be inspected shall be clean and free from oil, grease, moulding and coating residues or any other contaminant which could interfere with the correct implementation and interpretation of the penetrant inspection test results.

The surface finish of the casting in the area to be tested shall have sufficient brightness and contrast of colour and adequate shape to determine the required severity level. Unless otherwise specified at the time of ordering, the surface finish shall be selected from table 4.

NOTE: It is recommended that the assessment of surface finish is carried out using a visual cast-surface roughness comparator.

Liquid penetrant inspection shall be performed on castings in the as-delivered conditon. If sand blasting or shot blasting I} is required, it shall be as light as possible, in order to avoid sealing or closing up possible dis- continuities. If the risk of sealing or closing up possible discontinuities is unacceptable then blasting shall be followed by chemical etching in order to enable detection of discontinuities. The chemical composition of the etching bath and other parameters such as concentration, temperature, immersion time neutralizing and rinsing, if applicable, shall be recorded.

  • 4.4 Conditions of inspection

The inspection shall be carried out with the naked eye or at a maximum magnification of 3 and viewing conditions in conformity with prEN 1956.

') Shot blasting is not recommended prior to liquid penetrant testing.

5

Acceptance criteria

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5.1

Indications of discontinuities

5.1.1

General

 

The indication of discontinuities can be non-linear (isolated or clustered). aligned or linear. Although liquid penetrant inspection cannot generally be used to determine the size of detected discontinuities, it allows discontinuities to be assessed by measurement of the length L of the indication. In the following clauses

-

L indicates length;

-

W

indicates width;

-

t indicates section thickness;

-

P indicates liquid penetrant;

-

SP indicates non-linear isolated indication;

-

CP indicates non-linear clustered indication;

-

AP indicates aligned indication;

-

LP indicates linear indication.

5.1.2

Criteria

 

The various types of penetrant indication can correspond to the discontinuities (A, B, C, etc.) shown in table 1.

The physical discontinuities detailed in table 1 shall give either a non-linear, linear or aligned liquid penetrant inspection indication.

5.2

Definition of liquid penetrant inspection indications

a)

linear indication (LP). An indication with a largest dimension three or more times its smallest dimension

(i.e.

L

3

W);

b)

non-linear indication. An indication with a largest dimension less than three times its smallest dimension

(i.e. L

 

<

3

W):

-

isolated (SPI;

-

clustered (CP): area of multiple indications, the distance between the indications cannot be measured (they seem to form only one indication);

c)

aligned indication (AP). Indications that are either

-

linear: the distance between two indications is smaller than the length of the longest discontinuity in

the alignment; or

 

-

non-linear: the distance between two indications is less than 2 mm and at least three indications are noted.

5.3

Severity levels

 
  • 5.3.1 General

Several severity levels are recognized in accordance with tables 2 and 3. It is necessary to carry out the test on a surface corresponding to a given degree of finish (see table 4) depending on the severity level desired.

The liquid penetrant inspection for each type of indication and its severity levels shall be specified at the time of ordering, by the purchaser, depending on the use of the castings. The manufacturer shall give his agreement.

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The penetrant indications to be taken into account shall have dimensions in accordance with the severity level.

The required severity level shall be selected accordingly and specified in the order by agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

5.3.2 Criteria

The maximum permissible length for linear or aligned indications varies with the section thickness t. Three section thickness types are specified (see table 3):

  • - type a: t

16 mm;

  • - <

type b:

16 mm

t

50 mm;

type c:

  • - t

>

50 mm.

Tables 2 and 3 show the largest dimensions of the smallest indications to be considered in the severity level concerned.

5.3.3 Tables

Table 2 corresponds to non-linear isolated or non-linear clustered indications.

Examples of non-linear indications are shown in annexes Band C. These have been established in accordance

with table

2; the reference figures are given to and shall be interpreted against a scale of

1: 1 .

Table 3 corresponds to linear or aligned indications.

Tables 2 and 3 are independent (differing severity levels may be selected from these tables).

  • 6 Classification of the indications and interpretation of results

In order to classify an

indication of discontinuity, a frame measuring 105 mm x 148 mm 2) should be placed in

the most unfavourable location. The observed indications shall be in relation to the reference severity levels as described in this standard and compared to the equivalent or immediately better severity level.

Indications shall be considered to be equivalent when the same number of non-linear spots and/or the same length of linear indications of similar appearance are detected. Maximum permissible discontinuities may appear simultaneously on the area of 105 mm x 148 mm 2).

If, for any indication type, the observed severity level is worse than that specified in the order, the casting shall be considered to be in non-conformance with this standard. It shall be considered as conforming with this standard when the observed severity level is equal to or better than that specified in the order.

For severity levels 1,

2,

3,

4

and

5,

classification shall be made by comparison with

reference figures.

For

severity levels 001, 01, 02 and 03,

and in the event of dispute in the interpretation of severity levels

4

and

5, reference shall be made to the values in tables

2 and 3.

1,

2,

3,

NOTE 1: Reference figures corresponding to non-linear, aligned and clustered indications in accordance

with tables

2 and

3 are represented in annexes B,

C and 0

for guidance only, drawn to a scale of 1 : 1.

2) ISO format A6. If the casting dimensions in total are smaller than 105 mm x 148 mm, then the indicating criteria should be in proportion to the surface area and agreed between the manufacturer and the purchaser.

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The requirements detailed in the order or in the specifications shall be written in conformance to the terminology used in this standard.

Examples of how the requirements shall be specified are as follows:

  • - non-linear indications level 2 (abbreviated as SP 2);

  • - linear and aligned indications level 5 (abbreviated as LP 5c and AP Sc),

NOTE 2:

"c" in LP 5c means: The section thickness type t is greater than 50 mm.

NOTE 3: Severity level references are arbitrary. They cannot be considered in the same progression from one table to the other nor from one kind of indication to another.

NOTE 4: Provided that on the casting surface no tested area contains discontinuities which exceed the agreed severity level, there is no limit to the acceptability of discontinuities.

  • 7 Ordering

The enquiry and/or order shall specify the following points:

a)

the area(s) of the casting(s) and percentage of castings to be inspected (see clause 3);

b)

the manufacturing stage or stages when the inspection is to be carried out, as agreed between the parties

(see clause 3);

 

c)

the type of discontinuity indications and the severity level for each area of the casting(s) to be inspected

(see clause

3

and

5.2),

  • 8 Retesting

Retesting shall be in accordance with EN 571-1 ,

  • 9 Post-examination cleaning procedures

Post-examination cleaning procedures shall be in accordance with EN 571-1 .

10

Inspection documentation

Inspection documentation shall be in accordance with EN 571-1. A model of a trilingual inspection document

is shown

in annex E.

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Table 1: Nature of discontinuities and types of corresponding liquid penetrant inspection indications

Types of liquid penetrant inspection indications

Nature of discontinuities

Symbol

non-linear

linear

aligned

 

isolated

clustered

SP

CP

LP

AP

Gas porosity

A

X

X

-

X

Sand and/or slag inclusions (other than alumina) Shrinkage defects due to

B

X

X

-

X

nitrogen ')

C

X

X

X

X

Cracks

D

-

-

X

X

Hot tears

E

-

-

X

X

Inserts

F

X

-

X

X

Laps and cold shuts

H

-

-

X

X

Presence

of alumina 2 )

J

-

-

X

X

Graphite flotation 1)

K

No image, but "background" indications

1)

For cast iron only

 

2) For non-ferrous alloys only

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Table 2: Severity levels for liquid

penetrant inspection - Non-linear indications 1)

isolated (SP) or clustered (CP)

 

Severity levels

 

Characteristic

 

SP

01 2 )

SP 02

SP 03

SP 1

SP 2

SP 3

 

CP

01 2 )

CP 02

CP03

CP 1

CP 2

CP

3

magnifying

 

Inspection means

 

glass or

 

eye

 

eye

 

Magnification for observation of penetrant indication

:::;

3

1

Diameter of smallest indication to be considered in mm

0,3

0,5

1

1,5

2

3

Maximum number of non-linear indications allowed

5

6

7

8

8

12

Maximum size of discontinuity

 

indication A,

B,

C and

F

allowed in mm

 
  • - isolated indications SP

1

1

1,5

3

6

9

  • - clustered indications CP

3

4

6

10

16

25

(for aluminium alloys only,

SP 4

SP 5

5

5

20

32

14

21

-

-

 

with

a maximum

of 2 per

area)

')

Such that L

:::;

3

W

where L is the length and W is the width of the indication.

2) Severity level to be reserved for particular uses.

NOTE 1: Only values annexes B and C).

expressed

in

this table

are valid.

Reference figures are for information only (see

NOTE 2: The sensitivity can differ, depending on the method of penetrant inspection selected.

NOTE 3: The penetrant indications may grow over a period of time and this should be taken into account.

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Table 3: Severity levels for liquid penetrant inspection - Linear (LP) and aligned (AP) indications')

Severity levels Characteristic LP 001 LP 01 LP 1 LP 2 LP 3 AP 001 AP
Severity levels
Characteristic
LP 001
LP 01
LP
1
LP 2
LP 3
AP 001
AP 01
AP 1
AP 2
AP 3
magnifying glass
Inspection means
eye
or eye
Magnification for observation of
penetrant indication
$
3
1
Length of smallest indication to be
considered in mm
0,3
1,5
2
3
Arrangement of indications
isolated (I) or cumulative (C)
lor C
I
C
I
C
I
C
Maximum
section thickness
J;
~
~
length of
type a
0
1
linear (LPI
Ip
;J
t
$
16 mm
~
and
aligned
(API
section thickness
j
~
~
indications
type b
0
I
3
jJ
allowed
16 mm
< ( $
50 mm
I)
}5
depending
/
on the
section thickness
section
type c
I
k1
t
t
thickness (
!
;;
If!
( >
50 mm
~
in mm
2 )
,
.
'
Following
figure
figure
figure
figure
figure
annex 0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5

LP 4

LP 5

AP4

AP5

5

5

I

C

I

Gf

l1

;

j{

j{

 

30

It

;?

 
 

p

figure

figure

0.6

D.7

C

') The length L of an aligned indication is the distance between the starting point of the first discontinuity

and the opposite end of the last discontinuity IL ~

3

WI.

2) No functional relationship exists between range of wall thickness and maximum crack length, relative to fracture mechanics study. However, this table is a useful guide where no relevant fracture mechanics parameters presently exist.

NOTE 1:

Only

values

expressed in this

table are valid.

Reference figures are for information only (see

annex D).

NOTE 2: The severity levels 001. 01 and 1 are difficult to achieve and should be specified with caution.

NOTE 3: The sensitivity can differ, depending on the method of penetrant inspection selected.

NOTE 4: The penetrant indications may grow over a period of time and this should be taken into account.

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Table 4: Recommended surface finish for liquid penetrant inspection

Dimension of

smallest

 

indication

 

mm

0,3

1,5

2

3

1) See

EN 1370

 

2)

See annex A

Visualtactile comparators 1)

 

BNIF 2 )

 

SCRATA 2 )

2/0S1

 

-

1/0S1

 

-

1

S2

-

2 S2

1

S1

-

251

A

1

3

S2

-

4 52

H 1

2

S1

-

3 S1

A2

4

S2

-

5 S2

H2

non specified

 

A3-A4

(rough surface)

H3

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Page 12 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.1: Severity level SP 1
Page 12 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.1: Severity level SP 1

Figure B.1: Severity level SP 1

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Page 13 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.2: Severity level SP 2 Figure B.3: Severity level

Figure B.2: Severity level SP 2

Page 13 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.2: Severity level SP 2 Figure B.3: Severity level

Figure B.3: Severity level SP 3

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Page 14 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.4: Severity level SP 4 Figure B.5: Severity level

Figure B.4: Severity level SP 4

Page 14 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure B.4: Severity level SP 4 Figure B.5: Severity level

Figure B.5: Severity level SP 5

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Page 15 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure C.1: Severity level SP 1 – CP 1
Page 15 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure C.1: Severity level SP 1 – CP 1

Figure C.1:

Severity level SP 1 – CP 1

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Page 16 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure C.2: Severity level SP 2 – CP 2 Figure

Figure C.2: Severity level SP 2 – CP 2

Page 16 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure C.2: Severity level SP 2 – CP 2 Figure

Figure C.3: Severity level SP 3 – CP 3

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Page 17 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.1: Severity level LP 1a – AP 1a
Page 17 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.1: Severity level LP 1a – AP 1a

Figure D.1: Severity level LP 1a – AP 1a

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Page 18 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.2: Severity level LP 1b – AP 1b [LP

Figure D.2: Severity level LP 1b – AP 1b [LP 2a*) – AP 2a*)]

Page 18 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.2: Severity level LP 1b – AP 1b [LP

Figure D.3:

Severity level LP 1c – AP 1c [LP 2b*) – AP 2b*) or LP 3a*) – AP 3a*)]

*) Approximately comparable at these severity levels

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Page 19 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.4: Severity level LP 2c – AP 2c [LP

Figure D.4: Severity level LP 2c – AP 2c [LP 3b*) – AP 3b*) or LP 4a*) – AP 4a*)]

Page 19 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.4: Severity level LP 2c – AP 2c [LP

Figure D.5: Severity level LP 3c – AP 3c [LP 4b*) – AP 4b*) or LP 5a*) – AP 5a*)]

*) Approximately comparable at these severity levels

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Page 20 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.6: Severity level LP 4c – AP 4c [LP

Figure D.6: Severity level LP 4c – AP 4c [LP 5b*) – AP 5b*)]

Page 20 EN 1371-1 : 1997 Figure D.6: Severity level LP 4c – AP 4c [LP

Figure D.7: Severity level LP 5c – AP 5c

*) Approximately comparable at these severity levels

Annex E

(informative)

Model of a liquid penetrant inspection document

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No .

.

n

Company

Liquid-penetrant inspection document

Nr.

 

Sheet

Societe

Document de contr61e

Page

 

Blatt

Firma

Prlifbescheinigung zur Eindringprlifung

According to

 

Conforme a

Entsprechend

Customer

Order No.

Client

Commande n

Kunde

Bestell-Nr.

Specification

Material

Specification

Nuance

Vorschrift

Werkstoff

Identification

Quantity

Casting designation

Marquage

Quantite

Designation des pieces

Kennzeichnung

Menge

GuBstlickbezeichnung

.

Lot No. n . du lot Los Nr.

Heat No . Coulee n Schmelze Nr. Drawing No. Plan n Zeichnung Nr.

.

.

Area examined - zone contr61ee - Prlifbereich

  • 0 100 %

  • 0 testing scheme - plan de contr61e - Prlifplan

  • 0 cavity root - fonds affouillements - Ausmuldung fUr SchweiBung

Stage -

stade -

Zustand

  • 0 after heat treatment - apres traitement thermique - nach Warmebehandlung

  • 0 before stress relieving

- avant detensionnement - vor Spannungsarmgllihen

Dye-penetrant - penetrant -

Eindringmittel ....................................................................................

Trademark - marque - Handelsmarke ...........................................................................................

Excess penetrant remover - produit de lavage - Splilmittel ...............................................................

Trademark - marque - Handelsmarke ........................................................................................... Developer - revelateur - Entwickler ............................................................................................... Trademark - marque - Handelsmarke ...........................................................................................

(continued)

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Model (continued)

Testing conditions - conditions d'examen - PrGfbedingungen Surface condition - etat de surface - Oberflachenzustand

0

shot blasted - grenaille - gestrahlt

 

o

ground -

meule -

geschliffen

0

machined -

usine -

mechanisch bearbeitet

Casting temperature - temperature de la piece moulee - GuBstGcktemperatur

0

5

• C

up

to/jusqu' albis 14 • C

0

15

C

up

to/jusqu' alb is 35

·C

0

36

• C

up

to/jusqu' a/bis 55

·C

0

....................................

·C

Pre-cleaning - nettoyage prealable - Vorreinigung

0

yes

-

oui -

ja

0

no

-

non -

nein

Penetrant application - application du penetrant - Auftragen des PrGfmittels

o

brush -

pinceau - Pinsel

 

o spray - pulverisation - Spruhen

o

dip

-

immersion - Tauchen

Penetration time - temps d'impregnation - Eindringdauer

min

............... Penetration removal - elimination du penetrant - Entfernen des Eindringmittels

  • 0 cleaning with water -

lavage a I'eau -

  • 0 solvent - solvant - Losemittel

AbspGlen mit Wasser

Drying time - duree de sechage - Trocknungsdauer

...............

min

Drying temperature - temperature de sechage - Trocknungstemperatur ............... Developer application - application du revelateur - Anwendung des Entwicklers

  • 0 brush -

pinceau -

Pinsel

  • 0 spray - pulverisation - Spruhen

0

0

wet

-

humide -

naB

dry

-

sec - trocken

Developing time - temps de revelation - Entwicklungsdauer

...............

min

·C

Illumination - eclairage - Beleuchtung

  • 0 natural - naturel - Tageslicht

  • 0 artificial - artificiel - kGnstlich

  • 0 ultraviolet - ultraviolet - ultraviolett Testing results - resultats de I'examen - PrGfergebnisse

According to - conforme a - entsprechend

.....................................................................................................................................................

.....................................................................................................................................................

Accepted - accepte -

abgenommen

Dyes -

oui -

ja

0

no

-

non -

nein

(continued)

Model (concluded)

Non-conformance note - fiche d'anomalie - Beanstandung

Continuation sheet - annexe - Fortsetzungsblatt

Dyes -

oui -

ja

o

no -

non -

nein

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Inspection authority - organisme de contr61e - Abnahmegesellschaft

Quality assurance section - service assurance qualite - Abteilung Qualitatssicherung

Date -

date -

Datum

Signature of inspector/operator - signature de l'inspecteur/contr6Ieur - Unterschrift des Leiters der Prufstelle/Prufers

If applicable, tick the relevant box.

Suivant Ie cas, cocher Ie case correspondante.

Falls zutreffend, Entsprechendes ankreuzen.