51108-029; Inspector Mag Part & Pentrnt A
Boeing Company •
, Washington, United States
- Inspectors in this position set up, adjust and operate magnetic particle and liquid dye penetrant processes to accept/reject aerospace parts, assemblies, and ground support by inspecting and interpreting magnetic indications or penetrant surface discontinuities revealed.
- Interpret standards governing acceptance or rejection, make decisions relative to questionable flaws and coordinate with metallurgy, X-ray, etc., groups to obtain analysis of defects.
- Compile reports relative to magnetic particle and/or penetrant inspection results and new procedures.
- Receive work assignment from team leader, supervisor, priority list, Non-conformance Management System (NCM), Material Processor Requirements Facilitator (MPRF), ready to work area or use on-line information systems to establish job priorities.
- Receive/obtain parts with appropriate paperwork/on-line instructions per required procedures Verify all paperwork/on-line instructions (e.g., manufacturing order, applicable drawings, specifications, nonconformance items, and any other necessary documents) are complete, accurate and current.
- Obtain and/or set up the detail part for magnetic particle/penetrant inspection, as required.
- Perform process control checks (e.g., bath concentration, light intensity, temperatures) on magnetic particle/penetrant chemicals, liquids, and equipment at required intervals (e.g., daily, weekly, monthly) to ensure they meet specifications, as required.
- Develop and submit magnetic particle technique sheet to appropriate Boeing Level 3 Non-destructive specialist for approval, prior to first part inspection.
- Move parts to magnetic particle/penetrant inspection equipment using appropriate material handling equipment, as required.
- Apply magnetic field to part (e.g., circular, longitudinal), using stationary/portable equipment.
- Flow florescent particle bath over part, inspect for defects (e.g., cracks, seams) under darkened conditions with a ultra violet (UV) black light, per drawing and specifications.
- Apply penetrant to part (e.g., dip, spray, brush), process through system using manual method and/or computer menu (e.g., wash, dry, develop), inspect part under darkened conditions with (UV) black light for defects, per drawing and specifications.
- Identify and document discrepancies.
- Secure non-conforming items in the appropriate area in order to maintain control and traceability.
- Perform inspection of rework per engineers disposition.
- Interface with internal/external organizations (e.g., engineering, planning, suppliers, metallurgical laboratory, Material Review Board, Quality Assurance Investigation) to provide clarification and/or additional information.
- Verify certifications of tools and equipment.
- Handle and monitor the use and disposing of hazardous materials in approved manner.
- Confined space work/access is required at times to support rework on the airplane.
- Employees crawl through an opening 17.75" X 10.00" in order to get inside the fuel cell.
- Contact team leader/supervisor/Boeing Level 3 when assistance is needed.
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