Mi-Glow® 601

Our Solution Results in:

Mi-Glow® 601 red particles premixed with powdered Wetting Agent 34

Mi-Glow® 601 ultra bright red particles undergo the same latest generation bonding process as other Mi-Glow® products.  This state of the art bonding process creates an exceptional sensitive and brilliant magnetic particle inspection material. This exclusive magnetic particle is designed to be used with visible light, UV-A, and a combination of UV-A and visible light for detecting discontinuities found in structural fabrications, welds, and oil/gas fluid control components. Increased particle concentration provides stronger indication buildup for effortless detection.  Mi-Glow® 601 is designed for use in CircleSol® M an approved NDT petroleum based suspension vehicle.

Mi-Glow® 634 can be further enhanced when used with a UV-A light or blue light.

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Provides total particle encapsulation, eliminating free unbonded pigment, resulting in a low background, high performing magnetic particle inspection powder

Sensitivity – The industry exclusive Mi Glow 601 particles have larger surface areas which mean smaller sized particles with increased sensitivity and brightness o Particles fluoresce and/or respond to UV-A, visible, and blue light technolgie

Ordering and Specifications

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Domestic Packaging

Item # / Package Size
#3661 – 2 pounds/jar
#3662 – 30 pounds/pail

International Packaging

Item # / Package Size
#3123 – 1kg jar
#3127 – 15kg pail

Technical Specifications

Physical Characteristics
Red powder with a slight detergent odor.

Particle Certification
Particles meet or exceed all relevant industry specifications. Certification is included with each shipment.

Particle Color: Red
Average Particle Size: 12 µm
AMS Standard: N/A
SAE Sensitivity*: N/A
Temperature Range: 32-120°F (0-49°C)

*Representative of the number of lines shown on an AISI 01 Ketos tool steel ring as defined in SAE AS5282.



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