Magnaflux 14A Aqua-Glo Fluorescent Particles - One 12oz Aerosol

Magnaflux 14A Aqua-Glo Fluorescent Particles - One 12oz Aerosol

Item# 01-1725-28
Availability: Packaging discontinued
Ship weight: 1 lbs
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Water-Based Fluorescent Magnetic Particle Suspension

14A Aqua-Glo is a highly sensitive water-based magnetic particle suspension aerosol for locating very fine discontinuities in critical applications and difficult to reach areas. 14A Aqua-Glo offers the benefits of a water bath and the convenience of an aerosol. It is ideal for spot inspections and difficult to process situations where bulk processing is impractical.

This water-based, non-flammable aerosol contains high-sensitivity 14A fluorescent magnetic particles and is primarily used for field testing with a portable magnetic field generator. 14A Aqua-Glo is ready-to-use, and creates a bright yellow-green fluorescent indication when viewed with ultraviolet light. The ultra-sensitive particles provide clear, bright, fluorescent green indications under ultra-violet light for unbeatable inspection quality and accuracy.

14A Aqua-Glo is sprayed onto magnetized parts prior to inspection. It is used to detect cracks and seams, as well as inclusions, laps, tears and flakes. 14A Aqua-Glo can detect flaws that are open to the surface of the part, or slightly sub-surface. Parts tested can be forgings, welds, castings, and stamped or machined ferromagnetic materials, such as steel and other alloys of iron, nickel, and cobalt.


  • Clear, bright indications under ultra-violet light
  • Ready-to-use
  • Convenient aerosol package
  • High sensitivity
  • Easy post-testing clean up
  • Excellent fluorescent contrast for quick identification
  • Excellent particle mobility
  • Good corrosion protection
  • Good dispersion stability
  • Great concentration consistency
  • Superior surface wetting
  • Even surface coverage for higher probability of detection
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