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per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

which is the amount (per cEnt RT ) needed for bw in water tubes of boiler ?? The tender offer don't refer the amount of ndts.

RE: per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

As a contractor, we used to RT the first weld made by each welder and about 2% of welds made thereafter. Owners specs often required 10% RT and in at least on one project 100%. What did your specifications call for?

RE: per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

If you have the NDT procedure the default test frequency should be in there.

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RE: per cent ndt for water tube in boiler

Tha "per cEnt RT) needed for bw in water tubes of boiler" iz defined by da "Codea Konstruction" for da Boilerz, man !!!

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