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NDT Level I and II Course

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NDT Level I and II Course

ESDC’s NDT training center is equipped with high-facility labs. Our oil and gas NDT training course is designed based on the current industrial standards. Nondestructive testing can be seen in almost all industrial sectors. This type of testing is useful to determine the quality of the material, structures, devices, etc. In the oil and gas sector, NDT testing will be useful to check if the equipment is faulty or not. NDT tester is required in the oil and gas sector to inspect the equipment in the offshore industry. The quality of the pipeline can be determined by NDT testing. You will learn different types of NDT tests such as penetrant tests, magnetic particle tests, ultrasonic tests, and radiographic testing. You will be able to test several pieces of equipment in the marine industry to determine their quality by several NDT testing methods.

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Why should you choose ESDC to do the NDT level 1 and level 2 courses?

ESDC is the training division of ESDC and ESDC India is India’s leading marine service provider. We have been doing this for the past 20 years. During the training process, there will be several practical sessions and you will learn different types of NDT testing methods. You will be trained by industrial professionals and because of this, you will be part of several projects. After completing this course you will be able to determine the mechanical failures in equipment. Be able to conduct several NDT testing such as ultrasonic testing, eddy current testing, radiography testing, magnetic particle testing, etc.

Course Syllabus

  • NDT Definition
  • NDT Application
  • Different NDT Methods
  • Roles of NDT Level I, II and III Inspectors
  • Codes and Standards
  • Acceptance, Rejectance Criteria
  • Defectology
  • NDT Method Selections
  • Introduction
  • Basic Principles
  • Steps of PT
  • Classifications
  • Types of Penetrants
  • Types of Cleaning
  • Developer Types
  • Post Cleaning Methods
  • Dwell time of Penetrants and Developers
  • Fluorescent Methods
  • Blacklight and White light devices
  • Indication Development, Interpretation and Evaluation
  • Safety
  • Sensitivity rank of Developers and Penetrants
  • Brief of ASME Section V Article 6
  • Practicals(Visible and Fluorescent Methods) and Report Samples
  • Introduction
  • Method Selection
  • Basics of Magnetism
  • Types of Magnetic Fields
  • Types of Magnetizations
  • Dry and Wet Methods
  • Wet, Visible and Fluorescent Methods
  • Magnetic Particles Concentration and Conditions
  • Field Indicators, Pi Gauge, Slotted Strips
  • Light Measurements
  • Demagnetization
  • Hysteresis Loop
  • Introduction to ASME Section V
  • Practical
  • Interpretation, Evaluation and Sample Reports
  • Introduction
  • Basics of Sound
  • Basic Principle of UT
  • Working Principle
  • Working Principle
  • Design and Construction of Probes
  • Types of Transducers
  • Calibration Methods (V1 block, V2 block and DAC blocks)
  • Inspection Methods and Calibration
  • Data Presentation
  • Basics of RT
  • Review of RT variables
  • Difference between X-Ray and Gamma Ray Devices
  • Intensity, Penetration and Material Thickness
  • Source Selection for Gamma Ray Technique
  • Radiographic Techniques, SFD, Exposure Time
  • Exposure Time Calculations, Film Factor, RHM
  • RT Film Types, Variables, Handling, Screens, Speed, Density, Exposure and Equivalent Film Classes
  • Penetrameter – Types, Selection and Placement
  • Film Viewing – Illuminator, Film ID, Location Marker, Densitometer
  • RT Image Quality – Sensitivity, Contrast, Definition, Unsharpness, Backscattering
  • Film Processing
  • Course, Procedures and Written Practices
  • RT Safety Aspects, Measuring Devices, Exposure Limits and Protection
  • Practical
  • Review of Radiographs below RT Report format
  • Introduction
  • Electro Magnetic Induction
  • Generation of Eddy Current
  • Inspection Data
  • Crack Detection
  • Non-Conductive Coating Measurement
  • Monitoring Conductivity and Permeability Variations
  • Equipment & Instruments
  • Probe Types
  • ASME Section V
  • Introduction
  • History of Thermal Testing
  • Principle
  • Thermal Testing Equipment Detectors
  • Thermal Testing Equipment Imaging Technology
  • Image Interpretation
  • Technique and Industrial Application of Thermal Imaging
Our courses have been planned by industry specialists to assist understudies with accomplishing their fantasy professions

FAQs on NDT Level I and II Course

Why NDT testing is required in the oil and gas industry?

We can determine the quality of the materials, products, components, and structures by utilizing the NDT test methods. There will be several oil field equipment such as tank vessels, fuel fixtures, etc and all these devices can be checked by the NDT testing.

What are the major roles and responsibilities of NDT technicians?
  • Check the quality control plans regarding the NDT
  • Visual inspection of the equipment and also conduct the liquid penetrant testing
  • Must calibrate the NDT equipment
  • Check the testing process before carrying out the NDT testing
  • Make sure that the equipment is properly calibrated
  • Make NDT PT and VT reports
Who can learn this course?
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Quality engineers
  • Piping engineers
  • Welding engineers
  • Civil engineers
  • Metallurgical Engineers
  • Piping and testing engineers
  • Freshers
What are the major industries that require NDT professionals?
  • Aerospace
  • Defense
  • Oil and gas
  • Medical sector
  • Power industry
  • Construction sector
  • Automotive industry