ASME BPVC Section V, Article 16 (Ed. 2021) – "Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) Examination"

This Article describes the Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) examination method requirements applicable for performing MFL examinations.

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This Article describes the Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) examination method requirements applicable for performing MFL examinations on coated and uncoated ferromagnetic materials from one surface. MFL is used in the examination of tube and piping to find unwelded areas of longitudinal weld joints. It is also used as a post construction examination method to evaluate the condition of plate materials, such as storage tank floors, and piping for corrosion or other forms of degradation. Other imperfections that may be detected are cracks, seams, incomplete fusion, incomplete penetration, dents, laps, and nonmetallic inclusions, etc.


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