Nondestructive testing utilizes a variety of testing methods and employs techniques and procedures to evaluate and determine the condition or integrity of materials without damaging them.
We offer classroom NDT training for levels I and II or refreshers in the following methods. The classes comply with either NAS 410 or ASNT training standards and required hours. Please contact us for specific classroom needs and prices. Classroom discounts are always offered for our consulting customers as well.
High frequency sound energy is used to determine the structural integrity of a material. The use of various modes of sound can provider vital information related to the material. Transmitted or reflected ultrasonic energy is reflected and displayed on a test unit and evaluated.
Specialty classes offered: UT-Thickness A-Scan, UT-Thickness Digital, Phased array
The use of magnetic lines of flux to determine discontinuities in the surface (or near surface) of a test object. Fine magnetic particles are attracted to leakage fields and indications are formed that can be seen visually. This method is limited to ferro-magnetic materials.
Penetrating liquids with good wetting characteristics which incorporate dyes are used to enter surface opened capillaries and provide and image of discontinuities that can be seen visually.
The use of the human eye to detect discontinuities open to the surface. VT can be either direct or indirect using viewing aids such as video-scopes, mirrors, etc.
An electro-magnetic testing method in which eddy-currents are induced into an electrically conductive test object. Changes in the eddy current flow are detected by the coil or coils and displayed on the test instrument. A variety of test conditions may be determined.
Short wave-length electromagnetic ionizing radiation energy used to penetrate materials and provide an image for evaluation. Variations in the image are caused by changes in the structure due to attenuation or absorption. RT can be performed using either a gamma or X-ray source.
This NDT training class is intended to provide a basic education to the users of NDT, not the practitioners of these methods. It provides a high-level overview of the most common six types of NDT methods, their applications, and industry regulation related to NDT. Ideal students are executive and quality program managers, supervisors, and process owners.
Feb 15-19, April 19-23, June 21-25
Aug 16-20, Oct 18-22, Dec 13-17
Feb 22-26, April 26-30, June 28-July 2
Aug 23-27, Oct 25-29
March 29-31, Aug 30-Sept 1
Jan 12-14, Feb 9-11, March 9-11, April 13-15
May 11-13, June 15-17, July 13-15, Aug 10-12
Sept 14-16, Oct 12-14, Nov 9-11, Dec 14-16
Jan 5-6, Feb 2-3, March 2-3, April 6-7
May 4-5, June 8-9, July 6-7, August 3-4
Sept 7-8, Oct 5-6, Nov 2-3, Dec 7-8
Liquid Penetrant Refresher
Jan 4, Feb 1, March 1, April 5
May 3, June 7, July 5, Aug 2
Sept 2, Oct 4, Nov 1, Dec 6
Jan 18-22, March 15-19, May 17-21
July 19-23, Sept 20-24, Nov 15-19
Jan 25-29, March 22-26, May 24-28
July 26-30, Sept 27-Oct 1, Nov 29-Dec 3
Feb 5, March 5, April 1, May 7,
June 11, July 9, Aug 6, Sept 10,
Oct 8, Nov 5, Dec 10
Jan 19-21, Feb 16-18, March 16-18, Apr 20-22
May 18-20, June 22-24, July 20-22, Aug 17-19
Sept 21-23, Oct 19-21, Nov 16-18, Dec 21-23
Jan 18, Feb 15, March 15, Apr 19
May 17, June 21, July 19, Aug 16
Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov 15, Dec 20
Currently all classes are being held virtually. Please call for details.
Call or email for information on classes not listed, specialty classes, or custom class dates (with a minimum of 3-5 students).