|Usage/Application||Suitable for use throughout industry in areas such as Automotive, Welding, Engineering, Construction|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
• Meets requirements of IS 3658, IS 12889, ASME B & PV Code Sec V, ASTM E 165, ASTM E 1418 and E 1417 for: Colour Contrast/Visible Dye Type II Method A Water Washable Penetrant• Meets RDSO Specification no. M&C/NDT/105/2001 for Indian Railways.• ISO 3452 Sensitivity Level #2• Can be used with Method A or Method C• Sulphur and Chlorine content below 25ppm each in compliance with the prescribed standards. Non-corrosive to most metals.Applications
Suitable for use throughout industry in areas such as Automotive, Welding, Engineering, Construction, Ship building, Machining. It reduces the need for immersion tanks or electrical detection equipment. It is ideal for use during welding, repairs and general maintenance.Precaution during storage and use
Store in a cool, dry place below 50 ???C. Use before 24 months from date of manufacture. Most Cans perform normally even after 24 months but prolonged storage may affect the contents. Contents are pressurized with a highly flammable gas therefore cans should be kept away from sources of heat and ignition. Do not spray on flame or ignited materials.The Cans are pressurized and should not be punctured, incinerated or exposed to impact damage. This may cause the can to burst violently. Use in a well-ventilated area and avoid excessive inhalation, eye or skin contact. Wear adequate protection for mouth nose and eyes. Keep away from children.Packing & Transport Information
24 cans are packed in one corrugated carton and four such cartons are packed in a master carton. IATA & IMDG:- Proper Shipping Name: Aerosols, Flammable, Hazard Class/ Div: 2.1 Id no: UN No. 1950, Class 2.1. Packing Group: 2 YInformation on Disposal of used Cans
Aerosol Cans are designed for single use only and are hazardous even when apparently empty. The cans must be completely evacuated by pressing the valve so that negligible gas remains inside and then must be punctured to release the remaining gas vapor. This shall render the can to be non-hazardous and fit for disposal as per local environmental norms.