Post-emulsifiable penetrants are classified by how they remove the excess penetrant from a material. Method B describes lipophilic post-emulsifiers where the penetrant is oil soluble and the emulsifier is oil based. The two interact with one another to remove excess penetrant. Method C needs a solvent to remove the penetrant. Method D describes hydrophilic post-emulsifiers where the penetrant is water soluble and removes excess penetrant with a water wash.
The penetrants are then classified by level to determine their strength or the detect ability. The higher the level, the higher the detect ability, starting at level ½ and ending at level 4. Please browse our categories to find the best product for you. If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 1-847-577-3980 or send an email to email@example.com. Our knowledgeable staff is there to help.