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New Non-Destructive Testing Standards for the 2nd Quarter 2013

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on Non-Destructive Testing are now available:


  • ASTM C1332, 2001 Edition Reaffirmed in 2013, Standard Test Method for Measurement of Ultrasonic Attenuation Coefficients of Advanced Ceramics by Pulse-Echo Contact Technique
  • ASTM E803, 1991 Edition Reaffirmed in 2013, Standard Test Method for Determining the L/D Ratio of Neutron Radiography Beams
  • ASTM E1815, 2008 Edition Reaffirmed in 2013 with an Editorial Correction, Standard Test Method for Classification of Film Systems for Industrial Radiography
  • ASTM E2192, 2013 Edition, Standard Guide for Planar Flaw Height Sizing by Ultrasonics
  • ASTM E2223, 2013 Edition, Standard Practice for Examination of Seamless, Gas-Filled, Steel Pressure Vessels Using Angle Beam Ultrasonics
  • ASTM E2491, 2013 Edition, Standard Guide for Evaluating Performance Characteristics of Phased-Array Ultrasonic Testing Instruments and Systems
  • BS EN ISO 3452-1, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 571-1), Non-destructive testing. Penetrant testing. General principles
  • BS EN ISO 19232-1, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 462-1), Non-destructive testing. Image quality of radiographs. Determination of the image quality value using wire-type image quality indicators
  • BS EN ISO 19232-2, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 462-2), Non-destructive testing. Image quality of radiographs. Determination of the image quality value using step/hole-type image quality indicators
  • BS EN ISO 19232-3, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 462-3), Non-destructive testing. Image quality of radiographs. Image quality classes
  • BS EN ISO 19232-4, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 462-4), Non-destructive testing. Image quality of radiographs. Experimental evaluation of image quality values and image quality tables
  • BS EN ISO 19232-5, 2013 Edition (Replaces BS EN 462-5), Non-destructive testing. Image quality of radiographs. Determination of the image unsharpness value using duplex wire-type image quality indicators
  • ISO 3452-1, 2nd Edition, Non-destructive testing – Penetrant testing – Part 1: General principles
  • ISO 19232-1, 2nd Edition,  Non-destructive testing – Image quality of radiographs – Part 1: Determination of the image quality value using wire-type image quality indicators
  • ISO 19232-2, 2nd Edition, Non-destructive testing – Image quality of radiographs – Part 2: Determination of the image quality value using step/hole-type image quality indicators
  • ISO 19232-3, 2nd Edition, Non-destructive testing – Image quality of radiographs – Part 3: Image quality classes
  • ISO 19232-4, 2nd Edition, Non-destructive testing – Image quality of radiographs – Part 4: Experimental evaluation of image quality values and image quality tables
  • ISO 19232-5, 2nd Edition, Non-destructive testing – Image quality of radiographs – Part 5: Determination of the image unsharpness value using duplex wire-type image quality indicators


For similar standards, please see our Document Center List of Standards on Non-Destructive Testing.

Many Document Center customers rely on non-destructive testing (NDT) to ensure that materials and products meet their quality requirements.  So not only do they use standards like the ones above, but also frequently request the ASNT standards for qualification and certification of their personnel.  So you may also be interested in reviewing the information on the popular SNT TC 1A, Personnel Qualification and Certification in Nondestructive Testing.

If your company depends on NDT, you’ll want to review these standards on a regular basis.  As you can see, five of the standards highlighted in today’s blog replace other standards which are now withdrawn.  You don’t want to be caught using obsolete documentation in your business.  Make Document Center your Standards Experts and depend on us to keep you informed of the changes to the standards you need.