ASNT/PCN NDT LEVEL I & II DETAILS

(UT I) Ultrasonic Testing Level I

Overview

Ultrasonic Testing is a more advanced NDT Method. This method is able to find subsurface discontinuities in a wide range of different materials.

Duration

Course - 10 Days (80 hours)

Examination - 2 Days (16 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

Ultrasonic principles and equipment controls

Wave propagation, reflection and refraction

Couplants, material characteristics, beam spread

Attenuation, impedance and resonance

Angle beam inspection with UT calculator

Transducers and reference blocks

Immersion inspection, contact testing, longitudinal and shear waves

Non-relevant ultrasonic indications

Classification of discontinuities

Identification and comparison of discontinuities

Practical

Set up and calibrate the equipment to a technique sheet

Scan a sample, identify discontinuities and complete a report form

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Identify, recognise and select the correct equipment to perform the inspection

Set up and be competent to use the equipment

Conduct an examination on test samples

Recognise and identify defects on various samples

Complete a standard report form

(UT II) Ultrasonic Testing Level II

Overview

Ultrasonic Testing is a more advanced NDT Method. This method is able to find subsurface discontinuities in a wide range of different materials.

Duration

Course - 10 Days (80 hours)

Examination - 2 Days (16 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level I Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A. Course content

Theory

Simple vibrations and periodic motion

Acoustic spectrum

Modes of propagation, velocity, frequency and wavelength

Generation and detection of ultrasonic waves

The cathode ray tube and calibration standards

Defect sizing and evaluation techniques

Inspection standards and reporting

Selection of test techniques

Interpretation of code requirements and acceptance

Practical

Set up the equipment, calibrate and carry out a full scan on various samples

Compile technique sheets for each sample tested

Identify defects

Compile written instruction for Level 1 to follow

Test samples

Interpret and evaluate the findings and compile reports

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Organise and select the necessary equipment for a given application

Evaluate and advise on the possibilities and limitations of the method

Execute and supervise practical testing under workshop and field conditions

Write instructions for approval that comply with a given code, standards or specifications

Write technique sheets to instruct Level 1 operators

Record testing data and acceptability results

(MT) Magnetic Particle Testing (Level I & II, Combined Course)

Overview

This course usually marks the start in a NDT Career, as Magnetic Particle Testing is the most reliable and widely used NDT Method of testing for surface breaking discontinuities in Ferro-Magnetic materials.

Duration

Course - 7 Days (56 hours)

Examination - 1 Day (8 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level II Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

Introduction

Principles of Magnetic Particle Testing

Electrically induced magnetic fields

Magnetizing current characteristics

Magnetic field distribution in and around magnetic and nonmagnetic conductors

Current requirements

Magnetic particle equipment

Magnetic particle applications

Classifications of Discontinuities

Test Procedures and Standards

Practical

Selection and Calibration of Equipment

Compilation of Work Instructions and Technique Sheets in accordance with predetermined Standards

Perform Visible and Fluorescent Tests

Perform Magnetic Particle Testing on Welds, Castings and Forgings

Complete Report Forms

Interpretation and Evaluation of findings in accordance with multiple Specifications

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Organise, select and calibrate the necessary equipment for a given application

Evaluate and advise on the possibilities and limitations of a testing method

Execute and supervise practical testing under workshop and field conditions

Record testing data and evaluate acceptability of results according to specific acceptance criteria

Compile a written instruction for approval that complies with a given code, standard or specification

Record testing data and evaluate acceptability of results according to codes, standards and specifications

(PT) Liquid Penetrant Testing (Level I & II, Combined Course)

Overview

This course usually marks the start in a NDT Career, as Liquid Penetrant Testing is one of the most versatile NDT Methods for finding surface breaking discontinuities in a wide range of different Materials.

Duration

Course - 7 Days (56 hours)

Examination - 1 Day (8 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level II Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

Introduction

Liquid Penetrant Processing

Liquid Penetrant Testing Method

Liquid Penetrant Testing Equipment

Selection of Method

Interpretation and Evaluation

Liquid Penetrant Process Control

Test Procedures and Standards

Practical

Selection and Calibration of Equipment

Compilation of Work Instructions and Technique Sheets in accordance with predetermined Standards

Perform Visible and Fluorescent Tests

Perform Liquid Penetrant Testing on Welds, Castings and Forgings

Complete Report Forms

Interpretation and Evaluation of findings in accordance with multiple Specifications

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Organise and select the necessary equipment for a given application

Evaluate and advise on the possibilities and limitations of a testing method

Execute and supervise practical testing under workshop and field conditions

Compile a written instruction for approval that complies with given code, standard or specification

Record testing data and evaluate acceptability of results according to codes, standards and specifications

(WT) (UTM) Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Testing

Overview

This course usually marks the start in a NDT Career; Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Testing is one of the most widely used methods in establishing the wall thickness of a wide range of different Materials.

Duration

Course - 4 Days (32 hours)

Examination - 1 Day (8 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level II (Limited) (A-Scan & Digital) Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

History of ultrasonics

Theory of ultrasound

Attenuation and reflection

Principle of thickness gauging

Transducers and couplants

A-Scan and digital thickness gauging

Sources of error

Applications

Reporting

Practical

Perform wall thickness measurements of samples using ultrasonic and other mechanical methods

Selection and Calibration of Equipment

Complete Report Forms

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Demonstrate capability of measuring wall thickness to within a specific tolerance

Recognise and correct problems encountered with wall thickness testing

Complete a detailed report and sketch

(RT I) Radiographic Testing Level I

Overview

Radiographic Testing is a more advanced NDT Method. This method is able to find subsurface discontinuities in a wide range of different materials.

Duration

Course - 10 Days (80 hours)

Examination - 2 Days (16 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level I Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

Introduction and principles of radiography

Structure of the atom

X-ray and gamma ray equipment

Interaction of radiation with matter

Sensitivity, density and contrast

Radiographic screens, cassettes and exposure charts

Exposure techniques and discontinuities

Radiation hazards, measurement of radiation and protection from exposure

Regulatory requirements and safe use of radioactive material

Practical

Set up the equipment, expose a sample, develop the film and interpret the results

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Identify, recognise and select the correct equipment to perform radiographic exposure

Set up the equipment to conduct a radiographic exposure

Carry out the radiographic exposure

Maintain a darkroom and process a radiographic film

Determine density and sensitivity

Recognise and identify artefacts and defects on radiographs

Complete a standard report form

(RT II) Radiographic Testing Level II

Overview

Radiographic Testing is a more advanced NDT Method. This method is able to find subsurface discontinuities in a wide range of different materials.

Duration

Course - 10 Days (80 hours)

Examination - 2 Days (16 hours)

Outcome

Successful candidates shall be awarded with a Level II Qualification in accordance with ASNT standard ANSI/ASNT CP-105-2006 and ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A.

Course content

Theory

Radiation and radiation machines

Nuclear reactions and radioisotopes

Interaction of radiation with matter and control of scattered radiography

Radiographic screens and special radiographic techniques

Processing facilities and processing of films

Viewing and interpretation of radiographs

Radiation protection

Interpretation of code requirements and acceptance criteria

Preparation of technique sheets and written instructions

Practical

Perform a test using a technique sheet compiled by the candidate

Compile a written instruction and record the findings of the test

Set up the equipment, expose a sample, develop the film and interpret the results

Examination

IN ORDER TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, THE CANDIDATE SHALL BE REQUIRED TO SCORE A MINIMUM AGGREGATE OF 80%.

Successful students will be able to:

Organise and select the necessary equipment for a given application

Evaluate and advise on the possibilities and limitations of the method

Execute and supervise practical testing under workshop and field conditions

Write instructions for approval that comply with code requirements

Write technique sheets for Level 1 operators to a given code or specification

Record testing data and evaluate acceptability

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