Water-Based Fluorescent Powder for Magnetic Particle Inspection
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Mi-Glow® 834 uses our latest generation
Mi-Glow 800 particles.
Mi-Glow® 834 uses or latest generation Mi Glow® 800 particles which have exceptional sensitivity, uniform size, and ideal magnetic characteristics for fluorescent magnetic particle inspection. Mi- Glow® 834 is a fluorescent yellow/green powder premixed with borate free Wetting Agent #34 for use in water media. Borate free Wetting Agent #34 helps to alleviate potential health and safety concerns associated with chemistries containing borates. Wetting Agent #34 contains excellent corrosion inhibitors and offers incomparable defoaming properties ensuring a reliable magnetic particle inspection. Mi-Glow® 834 is designed to be used with UV-A light to detect disontinuities typically found in the NDT of forgings, castings, welds, and high volume NDT applications.
It is designed to be used with a UV-A light to detect discontinuities typically found in the NDT of forgings, castings, and welds.
Provides total particle encapsulation, eliminating free unbonded pigment, resulting in a low background, high performing magnetic particle inspection powder
Sensitivity – The superior Mi Glow 800 particles have larger surface areas which mean smaller sized particles with increased sensitivity and brightness
Ordering and Specifications
Item # / Package Size
#3125 – 2 pound jar
#3126 – 30 pound pail
Item # / Package Size
#3123 – 1kg jar
#3127 – 15kg pail
Forest green powder with a slight detergent odor.
Mi Glow 834 particles meet all relevant NDT specifications, including but not limited to ASTM E 1444, AMS 3044, MIL-STD-271, NAVSEA 250-1500-1, NTR-1E. Certification is included with each shipment.
Particle Color: Fluorescent Yellow/Green
Average Particle Size: 3 µm
AMS Standard: 3044
SAE Sensitivity*: 8
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.
The Mi Glow 834 is successfully being used in the NDT departments within the railroad, automotive, and oil/gas industries.