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  1. Source: IR-192 Gamma Ray

    • Application for RT: IR-192 Gamma Ray is utilized as a radiation source for radiography testing. This method is commonly employed for examining the thickness of steel materials, particularly when dealing with steel components that are relatively thick, up to 60 mm in thickness. The IR-192 Gamma Ray source is used to create radiographic images that help assess the integrity and detect any defects or anomalies in the internal structure of thick steel materials.

  2. Source: X-Ray (250 kV)

    • Application for RT: X-Ray with a voltage of 250 kV is another source used for radiography testing. It is applied when inspecting materials with a wider range of thicknesses, typically between 2.5 mm and 40 mm. The X-ray source in radiography testing is employed to create images that allow for the assessment of materials within this thickness range. This method is useful for detecting defects and evaluating the quality of materials within the specified thickness range.

In both cases, radiography testing (RT) is a non-destructive testing method that involves using these radiation sources to generate images that reveal internal structures and potential issues within the materials being examined. The choice of radiation source depends on the material's thickness and the specific requirements of the inspection.

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