Inconel 625 Material Test Report – What is an MTR? How to read an MTC? Material Test Certification
What’s up guys? Michael with Michael Talks Metal back for the 127 th time. This episode is the conclusion of our trilogy on an Inconel 625 certification.
If you missed either of the prior two click here for part one and here for part two.
This final section contains a long list of certification statements, so lets get going.
First up is a reference to ultrasonic testing performed on the material and that testing was performed prior to cutting to final length. As you can see the actual data sheet “is attached”. We will not be drilling that far into the UT test report so just trust me when I tell you that the mill is telling the truth and that the test report is in fact attached later in the sequence of documents. Again, not for our review today
No weld repair has been performed on this material.
Material has been produced in compliance with aerospace standard AS6279
Next we have a section explaining abbreviations used on the report.
Location of samples used for the impact tests were taken at the center of our inch and a half diameter bar.
Material was melted and manufactured in the USA and meets the specified origin requirements for defense contracts
Next we have confirmation that data presented is accurate and all testing is in compliance with specifications.
So now we have a group of statements documenting approvals of the mill’s Quality System.
European PED … Pressure Equipment Directive
NADCAP Lab certification
Huntington Alloys Quality System manual, revision, and date
Quality System Certifications…. Aerospace AS9100, EN9100, JIS9100 and ISO 9001
ISO 17025 Lab certification
Last of the system approvals, we have one from GE Aviation.
A couple of additional statements were intermixed.
Certificate is compliant with EN 10204 type 3.1
Material is free of Mercury, low melting, and radioactive contamination at time of shipment and passed visual and dimensional examination.
and methods of chemical analysis
Well that concludes our 625 certification talks but before YOU forget, I won’t forget to remind you to CHECK THE SPECS!!!! It’s been 3 weeks of nickel so now it’s time to move on. Questions, please ask away in the comments. Thanks for watching. This is Michael with Michael Talks Metal, Michlin Metals is a full service value added supplier and distributor of all things nickel and inconel 625. Check the website for more info www.michlinmetals.com If you are still here and haven’t subscribded please do so now, missed last weeks’ video, click here. Thanks for watching, I will see you same time, same place next week, Thursday, 10am. I’m OUT!