Training Courses

NDT courses

Module 1: VT

The program covers the physiology of vision and optics, photometry, and illumination. It teaches direct and remote visual inspection techniques and familiarizes participants with various inspection instruments such as dimensional gauges, welding gauges, and scopes. Participants learn to analyze documentation and standards, draft operating instructions, and conduct practical exercises.

Module 2: PT

Module 2 focuses on penetrating liquids (PT) in non-destructive testing. It covers the defects found in examined artifacts, including imperfections from various manufacturing processes and operational conditions. Participants learn about the characteristics and principles of liquid penetrant testing, including capillarity and absorption. The module also addresses the classification, composition, and selection of products for liquid penetrant testing, including color-contrast penetrants, fluorescent penetrants, and post-emulsifiable penetrants, as well as dry and wet developers, and cleaners/removers. Practical exercises involve surface preparation, penetrant application, excess removal verification, developer application, and final cleaning. Specialized techniques covered include post-emulsifiable product testing and high-temperature liquid penetrant testing.

Module 3: MT

Module 3 of the NDT course covers magnetoscopy with magnetic particles (MT), providing an overview of NDT methods and metallurgical principles, including steel metallurgy and defect analysis. It also discusses basic electrotechnology concepts and tools/procedures for MT examinations. Practical activities involve preliminary tasks, examination procedures, and result evaluation. MT applications include inspecting machined products, welds, and various components like tubes, valves, and pumps. Practical exercises focus on data processing and drafting test reports to meet standard requirements.

Module 4 RT

The training encompasses the physical principles of radiographic inspection (X-rays and gamma rays) along with control techniques such as radiographic tubes, isotopes, and single or double-sided techniques. Instrumentation covered includes radiographic tubes, isotopes, viewers, and radiographic films. Participants learn to interpret radiographic films for various components like castings and welds. They also gain skills in characterizing and verbalizing indications and determining acceptability criteria. Additionally, the program covers the analysis and interpretation of applicable standards and codes, as well as drafting instructions.

Module 5: UT

Module 5 focuses on the ultrasound method, covering the assessment of ultrasound, product form evaluation, particularly of base materials and welds, and assessment of layered structures. Participants learn to detect discontinuities and evaluate test results. Practical sessions in the workshop provide hands-on experience in conducting ultrasound tests and interpreting results.

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