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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION

TITLE

PAGE

1.0

SCOPE

2

2.0

REFERENCES

2

3.0

DEFINITIONS

2

4.0

PROCEDURE

2 - 9

4.1

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION

2

4.2

CONSUMABLE

2 - 3

4.3

EQUIPMENT

3

4.4

SURFACE PREPARATION

3

4.5

NUMBER OF EXPOSURE

3

4.6

FILM IDENTIFICATION

3 - 4

4.7

MARKING ON THE OBJECT

4

4.8

BACKSCATTER RADIATION

4

4.9

IMAGE QUALITY INDICATOR

5

4.10

SENSITIVITY

5

4.11

INHERENT UNSHARPNESS

6

4.12

RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES

6

4.13

FILM PROCESSING

6 - 7

4.14

FILM DENSITY

7

4.15

FILM VIEWING

7

4.16

DENSITOMETER CALIBRATION

7-8

4.17

QUALITY OF RADIOGRAPHS

8

4.18

FILM INTERPRETATION

8

4.19

COLLATION AND STORAGE OF FILMS

8

4.20

RETENTION OF FILMS

8

4.21

SAFETY

9

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ATTACHMENT-A

ATTACHMENT-B

ATTACHMENT-C

- RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES - RADIOGRAPHIC REPORT FORM - IQI SELECTION TABLE

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SCOPE

 

This procedure describes the minimum requirements of Radiographic examination of Carbon Steel,Low Alloy Cu-Ni Stainless Steel & Duplex Stainless Steel welds upto 4” thickness using Iridium -192 (Gamma Ray) as source of radiation. This document has specific reference to the Project – Replacement of Control Valves, MAB Refinery.

2.0

REFERENCES

 

2.

1

ASME Sec V

- Non-Destructive Examination

2.

2

ASNT-SNT-TC1A

- Recommended Practice for Non-Destructive Testing Personnel

2.

3

ASME Sec VIII

- Pressure Vessels

2.

4

ASME B31.3

- Process Piping.

2.5 Shell Dep. 31.38.01.31

- Gen - Shop and field fabrication of piping

2.6 KNPC Spec.93C2

 

- Radiograhic Inspection

2.7 KNPC Spec.50D11

- Piping Welding

2.8 KNPC IC-25

 

- Inspection & Corossion Procedure&Policy Manual.

3.0

DEFINITIONS

 

3.

1

ASNT

-

American Society for Non-destructive Testing

3.

2

ASME

-

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

3.

3

KNPC

-

Kuwait National Petroleum Company

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PROCEDURE

 

4.1 PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION

All personnel will be qualified in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC I-A Level -II. Film interpreter shall have yearly eye examination and certificate shall be available for verification.Certification records shall be submitted for the approval of client prior to start of any radiographic work.

4.2 CONSUMABLE

4.2.1 Chemicals

Processing

recommendation.

chemicals

4.2.2 Film

shall

be

prepared

as

per

manufacturer's

Kodak, Fuji,Foma or Agfa films shall be used for radiography

Film Type

Material Thickness

Class I Film

-

Thickness less than or equal 0.5”

Class II Film

-

Thickness more than 0.5”

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Manufacturer

Film Type

Brand Name

Agfa

Class I

D4

Agfa

Class II

D7

Kodak

Class I

MX 125

Kodak

Class II

AA 400

4.2.3 Lead Intensifying Screens

Intensifying screen shall be 0.125mm thick (lead) for both front and back. Additional external shielding may be required to avoid any back scattered radiation. All screens shall be handled carefully to avoid dents, scratches, dirt etc. on surfaces. All damaged screens shall be discarded. Chemically coated, fluorescent or fluorometallic intensifying screens shall not be used unless specifically approved by the client.

4.3 EQUIPMENT

4.3.1 Source

Ir. 192 source (3mm x 2mm Max. size) shall be used for Radiography provided the required film quality and sensitivity can be achieved for all the range of material thickness and diameter.

4.4 SURFACE PREPARATION

Welds which are to be examined radio graphically shall be prepared by the contractor to the extent necessary to ensure that, in the resulting radiographic image any irregularities will not mask or be confused with the image of any unacceptable discontinuity on the radiograph.

4.5 NUMBER OF EXPOSURES

As far as possible single wall single exposure technique shall be used. An adequate number of exposures shall be made to demonstrate that the required coverage has been made as per attached radiographic techniques (Attachment – A). At the end of films the penetrated thickness shall not be more than 110% of thickness of weld.

4.6 FILM IDENTIFICATION

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Client Name (KNPC)

Contractor Job identification.

Line/Drwg.No., weld / joint No., size & thickness for piping & pipeline.

Seam / weld identification (Joint No.), tank, Eqpt.part No. for tanks & Eqpt.

R1 & R2 for repair. If more than two repairs, CRW for new weld following a complete cutout.

Re-shoot films as RS.

Date of radiography

Welder’s identification (Welder No.)

Symbol ‘B’ for back scatter radiation.

Symbol ‘F’ for IQI location (if applicable).

Location marks (0, 5, 10….) for piping & pipeline.

Location marks (A – B, B – C, C – D,) for tanks& other equipments.

4.7 MARKING ON THE OBJECT (JOB)

4.7.1 For single viewing (SV) techniques a starting point shall be selected for each weld being radio graphed. The starting point shall be accurately marked on the pipe showing the datum and direction of the marker belt. The arrow direction and location shall be consistent on any given job.

4.7.2 For double viewing (DV) techniques, markers shall be a single marker mounted centrally above the area of interest. The first exposure marker designated “A”, second “B” and so on if required. The location of the marker shall be marked on the object.

4.7.3 Where the weld is ground smooth with the adjacent base metal and it is not evident where the edge of the weld begins, marker arrows or “V” shall be placed at the end of the intended area of interpretation.

4.7.4 If mechanical means of marking the datum and direction are to be used, this shall be supplied by the contractor unless otherwise specified. If metal stamping is not permitted in a particular situation, vibro-etching, electro-etching or other techniques may be used as specifically approved by the client.

4.8 BACK SCATTER RADIATION

4.8.1 A lead symbol “B” with minimum dimensions of 1/2 in. in height and 1/16 in. in thickness shall be attached to the back of film holder to determine if backscatter radiation is exposing the film.

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4.9 IMAGE QUALITY INDICATOR (IQI)

4.9.1 ASTM wire type IQI Shall be used for the verification of radiographic sensitivity. Radiography shall be executed with a technique of sufficient sensitivity to display the IQI image and specified wire number listed in Table – 1.

4.9.2 Wire number shall be based on nominal single wall thickness plus estimated weld reinforcement not to exceed the maximum permitted by the referencing code.

4.9.3 Backing rings or strips and root penetration are not to be considered as part of the weld or reinforcement thickness in selection of the IQI.

4.9.4 IQI shall be placed so that at least one is visible on each radiograph. Where a panoramic exposure is taken then a minimum of three equally spaced IQI shall be used or other as specified by the reference code. The IQI is placed across the weld seam so that the wires are perpendicular to the weld axis.

4.9.5 The IQI shall be placed on the source side of the part being tested, except for the condition described in 4.9.6.

4.9.6 Where inaccessibility prevents hand placing the IQI on the source side, the IQI shall be placed on the film side of the part and a lead letter “F” of dimensions at least the same as the IQI identification shall be placed adjacent to the IQI identification.

4.9.7 The material of the IQI shall be of similar radiographic density to that of the material under examination, i.e. use steel for steel, aluminum for aluminum, etc.,

4.10 SENSITIVITY

Radiographic sensitivity is calculated using the following formula and the entire radiograph shall have a minimum 2% sensitivity or better.

% Sensitivity = Diameter of thinnest wire visible x100 Wall thickness + reinforcement

Requirements given in ASME Sec-V or any other specification shall also be complied with.

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4.11 INHERENT UNSHARPNESS

The

following formula.

inherent

Ug.=F.OFD/SOD

unsharpness

(Ug)

shall

be

calculated

using

the

Where Ug = Geometric un-sharpness F = Focal spot / Source size in mm, the maximum effective dimension of the radiating focal spot / source in the plane normal to the line of the SOD

OFD = Object to film distance, distance from the source side of the object being radio graphed to the film.

SOD = Source to Object distance, distance from the source of radiation to weld or other object being radio graphed.

Material Thickness (inch)

Maximum Ug (inch)

Under 2

0.020

2 through 3

0.030

Over 3 through 4

0.040

Greater than 4

0.070

4.12 RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES

Standard techniques (Attached) shall be utilized where possible.

Technique

Pipe Diameter (OD)

Single Wall Single Image (SWSI)

8" (accessible location)

Double Wall Double Image (DWDI)

≤ 3”

Double Wall Single Image (DWSI)

> 3”

4.13 FILM PROCESSING

4.13.1 Film shall be processed to comply with the film manufacturer’s recommendations as to required chemicals, processing techniques and times.

4.13.2 All radiographs shall be free from mechanical and chemical marks or other artifacts to the extent that they do not mask or be confused with the image of any discontinuity in the area of interest of the object being radio graphed. 4.13.3 Processing will be manual.

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4.13.4 Development time shall be 3 to 5 minutes in developer solution at 20 °C with constant agitation.

4.13.5 Following development, the film shall be agitated for at least one minute in acetic acid stop bath.

4.13.6 Films will be fixed for at least twice the clearing time with agitation for the first 20 seconds.

4.13.7 Washing will be for at least 15 minutes in running water.

4.13.8 Drying temperature shall not exceed 40 °C.

4.13.9 Particular care shall be taken on dilution, chemical life and replenishment as recommended by manufacturers.

4.14 FILM DENSITY

4.14.1 Radiographic density in area of interest shall be not less than 2 and not greater than 3.0.

4.14.2 If the density of the radiograph anywhere through the area of interest varies by more than minus 15% or plus 30% from the density adjacent to the designated wire of the wire IQI, then an additional IQI shall be used for each exceptional area and radiograph re-taken.

4.15 FILM VIEWING

4.15.1 Equipment used to view radiographs for interpretation shall have a variable light source sufficient for the essential designated IQI wire to be visible for the specified density range of 2 to 3.0 High intensity light sources shall have exhaust arrangements for cooling to prevent film damage.

4.15.2 Light from the viewer not transmitted through the film shall be masked when viewing the radiograph.

4.15.3 Calibrated densitometers shall be used to assure film density compliance.

4.16 DENSITOMETER CALIBRATION

Densitometers shall be calibrated at least every 90 days during use as follows:

a) A national standard step tablet or a step wedge calibration film, traceable to

a national standard step tablet and having at least 5 steps with neutral densities from at least 1.0 through 4.0 shall be used.

b) The densitometer manufacture’s step-by-step instructions for the operation

of the densitometer shall be followed

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c) The density steps closest to 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, and 4.0 on the national standard

step tablet or step wedge calibration film shall be read and documented.

d) The densitometer is acceptable if the density readings do not vary by more

than ±0.05 density units from the actual density stated on the national standard step tablet or step wedge calibration film.

4.17 QUALITY OF RADIOGRAPHS

All radiographs shall be free from mechanical, chemical or other blemishes to the extent that they do not mask and are not confused with the image of any discontinuity in the area of interest of the object being radio graphed. Such blemishes include

a) Fogging

b) Processing defects such as streaks, watermarks, or chemical stains

c) Scratches, finger marks, crimps, dirtiness, static marks, smudges or tears

d) False indications due to defective screens.

e) Improper density & sensitivity

4.18 FILM INTERPRETATION and ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

4.18.1 Radiographs shall be interpreted by Level II or Level III personnel.

4.18.2 Evaluation of indication shall be in accordance with either one of the following acceptance standard and acceptance criteria shall be as per DEP 31.38.01.31-Gen and ASME B31.3, ASME SEC VIII Division I etc., as per the standard specified and it shall be clearly indicated in all radiographic reports.

4.19 COLLATION AND STORAGE OF FILMS

4.19.1 Radiographic films shall be arranged systematically to control the identification and traceability of films.

4.19.2 The traceability records shall be provided at the place of storage.

4.19.3 The boxes containing radiographic films shall be stored and maintained in a controlled temperature as recommended by the film manufacturer

4.20 RETENTION OF FILMS

4.20.1 Radiographic films shall be retained with contractor till the completion of project and it shall be handover to the company at the end of the project with radiographic film summary sheet.

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4.21

SAFETY

Every personnel involved in radiography shall wear personal monitoring film badge.

The team leader shall have approval of Radiation Protection Dept. of Ministry of Public Health, Kuwait.

The radiation area (3µSv/hr limit) shall be cordoned off with rope and all non radiography personnel shall be evacuated from the area prior to start of work. Radiation warning signs shall be posted at sufficient locations along the rope and monitored by the technician.

Fire and safety regulations of KNPC shall be adhered to at all times.

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ATTACHMENT

Attachment A

-

Radiographic Techniques

( 8 Pages)

Attachment B

-

Radiographic Report Form ( 1 Page )

Attachment C

-

IQI Selection Table ( 1 Page )

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RT TECHNIQUE
No. RG 10
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Description
Single wall single veiwing
Application
Plate / Structural Steels
Radiation
Gamma-ray
Material
steel and steel alloys
Reference Code
ASME SEC V
Dimensions limit
90 mm Wall thick. Max.
INTREX Procedure
IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322
Film Arrangement
Not Applicable
Source
Ir.192
Film Type
ASTM Class I OR II
Size
3 mm x 2mm (max.)
Film Processing
As per Manufacturer's recommendation
Equipment
Teletrone or Similar
Location Marker
Film side & Source side
Screen
Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm
Sensitivity
Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure
IQI Type
EN 462.1 or Equivalent
Density
Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure
IQI Location
Source side (Refer 4.9)
Film Overlap
Minimum 10% on either side
TYPICAL GEOMETRY
SOURCE
Source to Film Distance
IQI
FILM

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Description

Single wall single veiwing

 

Application

Pipe and Vessels

Radiation

Gamma-ray

 

Material

steel and steel alloys

Reference Code

ASME SEC V

 

Dimensions limit

250 mm NPS Above & 75mm W.T.max.

INTREX Procedure

IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322

 

Film Arrangement

Source Internal at half daimeter Film contact external

Source

Ir.192

 

Film Type

ASTM Class I OR II

Size

3 mm x 2mm (max.)

 

Film Processing

As per Manufacturer's recommendation

Equipment

Teletrone or Similar

 

Location Marker

Film side

Screen

Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm

Sensitivity

Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure

IQI Type

EN 462.1 or Equivalent

 

Density

Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure

IQI Location

Source side or Film side

 

Film Overlap

Minimum 10% on either side

TYPICAL GEOMETRY

 

Film

SOURCE  
SOURCE
SOURCE
 

Panoramic Exposure

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Description

Single wall single veiwing

Application

Pipe and Vessels

Radiation

Gamma-ray

Material

steel and steel alloys

Reference Code

ASME SEC V

Dimensions limit

250 mm NPS & above, 75mm W.T max.

INTREX Procedure

IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322

Film Arrangement

Source Internal SOD less than internal radius film contact externally

Source

Ir.192

Film Type

ASTM Class I OR II

Size

3 mm x 2mm (max.)

Film Processing

As per Manufacturer's recommendation

Equipment

Teletrone or Similar

Location Marker

Film side or Source side

Screen

Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm

Sensitivity

Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure

IQI Type

EN 462.1 or Equivalent

Density

Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure

IQI Location

Source side (Refer 4.9)

Film Overlap

Minimum 10% on either side

TYPICAL GEOMETRY

SOURCE  
SOURCE
SOURCE
 

Film

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Description

Single wall single veiwing

Application

Pipe and Vessels

Radiation

Gamma-ray

Material

steel and steel alloys

Reference Code

ASME SEC V

Dimensions limit

150 mm & above NPS, 75 mm W.T. Max.

INTREX Procedure

IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322

Film Arrangement

Source Internal SOD more than internal radius film contact externally

Source

Ir.192

Film Type

ASTM Class I OR II

Size

3 mm x 2mm (max.)

Film Processing

As per Manufacturer's recommendation

Equipment

Teletrone or Similar

Location Marker

Film side

Screen

Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm

Sensitivity

Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure

IQI Type

EN 462.1 or Equivalent

Density

Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure

IQI Location

Source side (Refer 4.9)

Film Overlap

Minimum 10% on either side

TYPICAL GEOMETRY

SOURCE  
SOURCE
SOURCE
 

Film

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RT TECHNIQUE
No. RG 50
Page No. 05 of 08
Description
Single wall single veiwing
Application
Pipe and Vessels
Radiation
Gamma-ray
Material
steel and steel alloys
Reference Code
ASME SEC V
Dimensions limit
150 mm NPS& above, 75 mm W.T. Max.
INTREX Procedure
Film Arrangement
Source external with stand off, film in contact
internally
IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322
Source
Ir.192
Film Type
ASTM Class I OR II
Size
3 mm x 2mm (max.)
Film Processing
As per Manufacturer's recommendation
Equipment
Teletrone or Similar
Location Marker
Source side
Screen
Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm
Sensitivity
Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure
IQI Type
EN 462.1 or Equivalent
Density
Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure
IQI Location
Source side (Refer 4.9)
Film Overlap
Minimum 10% on either side
TYPICAL GEOMETRY
SOURCE
SOURCE
Film

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Description

Double wall single veiwing

 

Application

Pipe

Radiation

Gamma-ray

 

Material

steel and steel alloys

Reference Code

ASME SEC V

 

Dimensions limit

50 mm NPS, 37.5 mm W.T. Max.

INTREX Procedure

IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322

 

Film Arrangement

Source and film external oposite side of object

Source

Ir.192

 

Film Type

ASTM Class I OR II

Size

3 mm x 2mm (max.)

 

Film Processing

As per Manufacturer's recommendation

Equipment

Teletrone or Similar

 

Location Marker

Film side

Screen

Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm

 

Sensitivity

Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure

IQI Type

EN 462.1 or Equivalent

 

Density

Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure

IQI Location

Film side (Refer 4.9)

 

Exposure

Minimum 3 Nos. at 120 deg. to each other

TYPICAL GEOMETRY

(Refer 4.9)   Exposure Minimum 3 Nos. at 120 deg. to each other TYPICAL GEOMETRY SOURCE
(Refer 4.9)   Exposure Minimum 3 Nos. at 120 deg. to each other TYPICAL GEOMETRY SOURCE
(Refer 4.9)   Exposure Minimum 3 Nos. at 120 deg. to each other TYPICAL GEOMETRY SOURCE
SOURCE  
SOURCE

SOURCE

 
 

Film

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No. RG 70
Page No. 07 of 08
Description
Double wall Double Viewing
Application
Pipe
Radiation
Gamma-ray
Material
steel and steel alloys
Reference Code
ASME SEC V
Dimensions limit
89 mm NPS 75 mm W.T. Max.
INTREX Procedure
Film Arrangement
Source external with stand off, film in contact
externally
IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322
Source
Ir.192
Film Type
ASTM Class I OR II
Size
3 mm x 2mm (max.)
Film Processing
As per Manufacturer's recommendation
Equipment
Teletrone or Similar
Location Marker
Source side
Screen
Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm
Sensitivity
Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure
IQI Type
EN 462.1 or Equivalent
Density
Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure
IQI Location
Source side
Exposure
Minimum 2 Nos at 90 deg. to each other
TYPICAL GEOMETRY
SOURCE
SOURCE
Film

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RT TECHNIQUE
No. RG 80
Page No. 08 of 08
Description
Double wall Double Viewing
Application
Pipe
Radiation
Gamma-ray
Material
steel and steel alloys
Reference Code
ASME SEC V
Dimensions limit
89 mm NPS 75 mm W.T. Max.
INTREX Procedure
Film Arrangement
Source external with stand off, film in contact
externally
IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322
Source
Ir.192
Film Type
ASTM Class I OR II
Size
3 mm x 2mm (max.)
Film Processing
As per Manufacturer's recommendation
Equipment
Teletrone or Similar
Location Marker
Source side
Screen
Lead 0.01 mm to 0.125 mm
Sensitivity
Refer 4.10 of IIC procedure
IQI Type
EN 462.1 or Equivalent
Density
Refer 4.14 of IIC procedure
IQI Location
Source side
Exposure
Minimum 3 Nos at 120 deg. to each other
TYPICAL GEOMETRY
SOURCE
SOURCE
Film

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Head Office: East Ahmadi Block No.6, Plot No.142 P.O.Box No.296, Sabahiya 54573 Kuwait.

Tel : 23986748, 23988915, 23984391,

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QA/QC FORMAT IIC/024/99,Rev.2

Client: Report No. Source: Film Type: Brand: Exposure date: Curies: Density: Sensitivity: Site/Location: SFD:
Client:
Report No.
Source:
Film Type:
Brand:
Exposure date:
Curies:
Density:
Sensitivity:
Site/Location:
SFD:
Source Size:
Screens:
Project:
Material:
Line/spool No:
IQI:
Reference Procedure:
DWG No:
Acceptance Standard:
Radiographer :
Technique
SWSI
DWSI
DWDI
Weld condition
As Welded
After PWHT
DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS
Dia
Thick/
Observati
Evaluati
Line/ Spool No
Welder No
Weld No
Film Ident
Location
Client Review
(in)
Sch
on
on
Film Size & Qty
10x24cm
10x40cm
10x20cm
Others
Abbreviations
NSD = No Significant Defect
LF = Lack of Fusion
RC
= Root Cavity
ACC = Acceptable
ISI
= Isolated Slag Inclusion
BT = Burn Through
IP
= Isolated Porosity
Rej
= Reject
ICP = Incomplete Penetration
IF = Incomplete Fusion
CP
= Cluster- Porosity
Rep
= Repair
ESI = Elongated Slag Inclusion
TI = Tungsten Inclusion
IUC = Internal Undercut
C
= Crack
IRP = Inadequate Root Penetration
EP = Excess Penetration
EUC = External Undercut
HB
= Hollow Bead Porosity
IIC Interpreter (Level II)
Reviewed by:
Reviewed by:
Client:
Name:
Sign:
Date:

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ATTACHMENT B TO Doc No. IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322, Rev A

  TABLE 1  
 

TABLE 1

 
   

Page No. 01 OF 01

 

DIN EQUIVALENT IQI SELECTION GUIDE (Based on sensitivity refer Note 1) Table 1 (item 4.9.1) : Equivalent ASTM wire Penetrameter as per Table 276 ASTM IQI Wire No.& diameter as per Table 233.2

 

Thickness of work piece in mm

Source side

Film side

Source side

Film side

             

Wire

Wire

 

Over

Equal to

Wire Dia

Wire No

Wire Dia

Wire No

Wire Dia

No

Dia

Wire No.

or

(mm)

(mm)

(mm)

 

less than

Equivalent ASTM Wire IQI

DIN

DIN

DIN

DIN

0

6.35

0.2

 

5 0.16

4

0.20

13

0.16

14

6.35

9.52

0.25

 

6 0.2

5

0.25

12

0.20

13

9.52

12.5

0.33

 

7 0.25

6

0.32

11

0.25

12

12.5

19.5

0.41

 

8 0.33

7

0.40

10

0.32

11

19.5

25.0

0.5

 

9 0.41

8.0

0.50

9

0.40

10

25

38.1

0.64

 

10 0.5

9

0.63

8

0.50

9

38.1

50

0.81

 

11 0.64

10

0.80

7

0.63

8

50

63.5

1.02

 

12 0.81

11

1.00

6

0.8

7

63.5

100

1.27

 

13 1.02

12

1.25

5

1.00

6

Notes:-

1]

As sensitivity is subjective to radiographic technique employed, actual sensitivity achieved is proven and accepted by demonstration on procedure radiograph. When selecting IQI it is good practice to ensure that at least two wires of greater diametre to that requirement are available in the radiographic image.

 

2]

 

ATTACHMENT : C DOCUMENT No.IIC/RTP/02/GS/CB/1322, Rev.A