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Old 13th January 2017, 12:10 PM
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Please Help! ARP 1820 Surface Contamination Testing

Hello all. I was wondering if anyone out there was familiar with the ARP 1820 surface contamination testing process or specification. I am looking for guidance or a worksheet on how to determine compliance after you have the data required. This is a unique verification test we perform as part of our heat treating process that is very confusing to us. Thanks if anyone can help or is aware of this test process.

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Re: ARP 1820 Surface Contamination Testing

A Quick Bump!

Can someone help with this question?

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