BS 4489:1984 - Method for measurement of UV-A radiation (black light) used in non-destructive testing

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BS 4489:1984

Method for measurement of UV-A radiation (black light) used in non-destructive testing

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : November 1984 Replaced By : BS EN ISO 3059:2001

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Describes procedure by which the irradiance produced by ultraviolet sources used in fluorescent magnetic particle and penetrant flaw detection processes can be measured. Appendix gives recommended levels of irradiance for use in non-destructive testing.




Standard NumberBS 4489:1984
TitleMethod for measurement of UV-A radiation (black light) used in non-destructive testing
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date30 November 1984
Withdrawn Date16 November 2001
Cross ReferencesBS 89, BS 667, BS 3683:Part 1, BS 3683:Part 2, BS 4727:Part 4
Replaced ByBS EN ISO 3059:2001
Draft Superseded By84/70471 DC
DescriptorsBlack-light lamps, Ultraviolet lamps, Lamps, Magnetic-particle flaw detection, Penetrant flaw detection, Flaw detection, Non-destructive testing, Illuminance, Optical measurement, Safety measures, Testing conditions, Lighting levels, Performance testing, Ultraviolet radiation
ICS17.240
Title in FrenchMéthode de mesurage des rayonnements UV-A (lumière noire) utilisés en contrôle non destructif
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Messung von UV-A-Strahlung in der zerstoerungsfreien Pruefung
CommitteeWEE/46
ISBN0 580 14108 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size231 KB
Price£46.00


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