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PCN NDT

  • PCN NDT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION:

          
    PENETRANT TESTING (PT)
    TIME OF FLIGHT DIFFRACTION ULTRASONIC TESTING
    BASIC RADIATION SAFETY
    RADIOGRAPHIC FILM INTERPRETATION (WELDS)
    MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING (MT)
    ULTRASONIC TESTING (UT)

    MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING (MT)

    Course Content

    Principles of magnetism;
    magnetic fields;
    induction;
    permeability and reluctance;
    magnetisation;
    lines of force, methods of testing, viewing conditions, detecting media; interpretation and evaluation, acceptance levels; demagnetisation; practical exercises;
    methods of assessing sensitivity, reporting; instruction writing.

    Course Duration : 5 days


    To explain the basic principles of magnetic particle inspection methods
    To carry out magnetic particle inspection
    To write clear and concise inspection instructions and test reports
    To meet syllabus requirements for PCN Level 2

    RADIOGRAPHIC FILM INTERPRETATION (WELDS)

    Course Content

          Welding processes and weld defects; properties of X- and gamma-rays; sensitometry; film selection; film processing and spurious indications; factors controlling contrast and definition; X- and gamma-ray equipment; ionising radiation hazards; regulations; use of screens and filters; selection of angle of aspect; image quality indicators; defect depth location; castings; reporting.

    Training & Certification Course in NDT:

    We are providing you the best range of Demagnetisers such as Portable Demagnetisers, Tunnel Type Demagnetisers, Round Type Demagnetisers, Demagnetisers, Coil Type Demagnetisers and Mini Demagnetisers with effective & timely delivery.

    ULTRASONIC TESTING (UT)
    Course Content

    Basic principles of sound; generation and detection of sound; behaviour of sound in a material, factors affecting propagation of sound; the flaw detector, calibration blocks/DAC blocks; use of angled beam probes for weld scanning, calibration of equipments; welding processes and weld defects; practical exercises on test specimens containing simulated flaws; examination of parent plate, butt welds, interpretation and evaluation; instruction writing.

    Course Duration : 12 days
    Course Objectives:

    To explain the theoretical background of the techniques
    To calibrate ultrasonic equipment
    To measure the thickness of steel plates and determine levels of attenuation
    To locate and evaluate laminations
    To select the correct type of probe to examine welded butt joints in steel plate/pipes
    To report on the location and size of defects in typical welded butt joints
    To interpret code requirements
    To meet the syllabus requirements for PCN Level 2.

    Certification / Awarding Body Entry Requirements (For Examination)

    The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is: : Level 2 - 120 hours

    The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is : Level 2 - 12 Months

    PHASED ARRAY ULTRASONIC TESTING (PAUT) OF WELDS Course Content

    Introduction in PAUT, Basic Principals of PAUT, Basic components of PAUT, PAUT Probe Characteristics, Types of PAUT Probes, Beam Shaping & Steering Dynamic Depth Forms, Digitization Principles, Types of Scans, PAUT machine familiarization, Development of Scan Plan, Data acquisition, Data Interpretation etc.

    \ Course Duration : 12 days Course Objectives:

    To explain the theoretical background of the techniques
    To explain the theoretical background of the techniques & the PAUT machine characteristics
    To calibrate PAUT equipment (velocity, Wedge delay, Sensivity, Encoder)
    To Scan the plates and acquire the data
    To locate and evaluate defects using PAUT
    To select the correct type of probe/ machine parameters to examine welded butt joints in steel plate
    To report on the location and size of defects in typical welded butt joints
    To interpret code requirements
    To meet the syllabus requirements for PCN Level 2

    Certification / Awarding Body Entry Requirements (For Examination)

    The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is: : Level 2 - 120 hours

    The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is : Level 2 - 12 Months

    PENETRANT TESTING (PT)
    Course Content

    Materials, methods, compatibility of materials, application of materials, process of carrying out penetrant testing, viewing conditions, equipment requirement, equipment and safety aspects; practical exercises; methods of assessing sensitivity, intepretation and evaluation, reporting, instruction writing.

    Course Duration : 5 days
    Course Objectives:

    To explain the basic principles of penetrant inspection methods
    To carry out penetrant inspection using solvent-removable, water-washable and post-emulsifiable/removal processes
    To write clear and concise inspection instructions and test reports
    To meet syllabus requirements for PCN Level 2

    Certification / Awarding Body Entry Requirements (For Examination)

    The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is: : Level 2 - 40 hours

    The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is : Level 2 - 4 Months

    TIME OF FLIGHT DIFFRACTION ULTRASONIC TESTING
    Course Content

    History of TOFD Development, TOFD Advantages and Limitations, Principles of TOFD, Principles of TOFD, Depth Calculation, Time Calculation, PCS Calculation, Types of TOFD Scan, Equipment Used In TOFD, Digitalization Principles, Equipment Requirements, TOFD Depth, Ring-Time Issues And Errors, Interpretation and Evaluation, Applications

    Course Duration : 12 days
    Course Content

    Source and nature of ionising radiation; relevant basic physics; behaviour of radioactive isotopes; absorption processes; units of activity and dose; radiation damage to the human body; somatic and hereditary damage; stochastic and deterministic effects; early and late effects; principles of radiation protection; methods of radiation protection (time, distance, shielding); dose limits; safe distance and other protection calculations; gamma containers and tests on them; packaging, labelling and transport; instrumentation and monitoring; emergency procedures and equipment; Radiation Protection Supervisor will also include the requirements for Radiation Protection Supervisors; knowledge and understanding of the requirements to assess doses; carry out hazard assessments; implement contingency plans and emergency procedures; arrangements for the provision of dosemeters and the keeping of dose records.

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