ASNT

Method : Eddy Current (ET)
Course Name :ddy Current Testing – Level II
Level :Level I,II- First must be obtained in level I- after Six month experience should apply for Level II-ET

Duration :(days) 5days

Price : 600,000/-Toman

Course Description :
This course is designed for manufacturers, service organizations, and overhaul agencies, who require their technicians or engineers to be trained in the application of eddy current inspection techniques. This advanced program stresses eddy current test setup and display interpretation based on impedance plane analysis as well as covering numerous applications, using surface probes , inner diameter probes, and encircling coils . The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Comparison with Other Methods)
• Review of Electromagnetic Theory
• Single Channel Impedance Plane Display Instrument Functions
• Multi-Channel Impedance Plane Display Instrument Functions
• Lift-Off Compensation Techniques
• Use of Alarm Gates
• Coils and Impedance Plane Theory/Signal Interpretation
• Applications/Signal Interpretation Laboratory
• Remote Field Eddy Current Testing
• Flux Leakage Testing
• Available User Codes and Standards
• Developing Written Procedures
• Preparing for Personnel Certification Examinations
• Review and Final Course Examination
Prerequisites & Comments :
The Level II courses are advanced programs, intended for persons who have successfully completed Level I training. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.





Method : Magnetic Particle (MT)

Course Name : Magnetic Particle Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Level I/II

Duration : (days) 3

Price : 240,000/-

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies, and overhaul facilities, who require their personnel to be trained in Magnetic Particle Testing , used to locate inherent , processing or service discontinuities in ferrous materials . In addition to covering the theoretical aspects of this method , the course provides demonstrations and practical hands-on laboratory time on both portable and stationary equipment. This course meets SNT-TC-1A and CP-189.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Purposes & Advantages)
• Magnetic Particle Testing Principles
• Magnetic Fields in Various Magnets
• Magnetization Techniques/Procedures
• Selection of Proper Current
• Factors in Selecting the Proper Technique
• Particles andDemagnetization
• Test Equipment and Accessories
• Types and Origin of Discontinuities with MT
• Interpretation of MT Indications
• Controlling Variables
• Reporting/Process Controls
• Practical Lab Sessions
• Review and Final Course Examination

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Penetrant (PT)

Course Name : Penetrant Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Level I/II

Duration : (days) 6 Days

Price : 320,000/Toman

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies , and overhaul facilities , who require their personnel to be trained in Penetrant Testing, used to locate inherent, processing or service discontinuities in nonporous materials . In addition to covering the theoretical aspects of this method, the course provides demonstrations and practical hands-on laboratory time on both portable and stationary equipment. This course meets SNT-TC-1A and CP-189.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (History, Purpose, Types, Advantages/Limitations)
• Penetrant Testing Principles
• Penetrant Processing
• Penetrant Test Variables
• Penetrant Materials
• Selection of Penetrant Test Techniques/Equipment
• Penetrant Processes/Indications
• Reporting
• Process Demonstration
• Lab Sessions
• Review and Final Course Examination

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
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Method : Radiographic (RT-RTI)

Course Name : Radiographic Testing – Level I,II

Level : Level I,II

Duration : (days) 9

Price : 390.000/- toman

Course Description :
This course is designed for manufacturers , service organizations and overhaul agencies who require their technicians or engineers to be trained in the application of radiographic techniques. The course covers both X and Gamma Radiography with an approximately equal balance of theory and practical sessions . As well as working through their own supervised practical exercises , students will receive full instruction on darkroom procedures and radiographic interpretation.The Level I course is intended to introduce and provide participants with the theory and applications of radiographic inspection . The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level I certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Structure of Matter
• Radiation/Nuclear Reactions
• Measurement of Radiation Dose
• Radiation Health Problems & Personnel Monitoring
• Radiation Detection and Hazards
• Handling of Controlled Material
• X-Radiation and Gamma Radiation
• Geometry of Image Formation
• Scattered Radiation
• Contrast/Latitude
• Radiographic Screens
• Film Processing
• Image Quality Indicators

Prerequisites & Comments :
Level I courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
rt.pdf
rti.pdf





Method : Ultrasonic (UT)

Course Name : Ultrasonic Testing – Level I

Level : Level I-II

Duration : (days) 9

Price : 390,000/- Toman

Course Description :
A comprehensive “first” course for persons with little or no background in ultrasonic testing. Although introductory, this program offers in-depth coverage of ultrasonic theory and instrument operation. Our own training manual, including detailed laboratory exercises, enables clear understanding of technical principles and test procedure. Lab training stresses procedural testing and proper recording of test results. Applications include precision thickness gauging, flaw detection and evaluation, plus troduction
to angle beam and immersion testing. The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level I certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (Advantages and Limitations, Applications Overview)
• Basic Sonic (Velocity, Frequency, Wavelength)
• Generation of Sound
• Transducers
• Wave Mode
• Test Technique Variables
• Ultrasonic Instrument Operation
• Thickness/Distance Measurement
• Flaw Detection and Evaluation
• Introduction to Angle Beam Testing (IIW Block Setup, Flaw Location)
• Introduction to Immersion Testing (Test Setup, Scanning)

Prerequisites & Comments :
Level I courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.

Course Description:
An advanced, laboratory-intensive course for developing practical skills. The course is applications oriented and includes weld inspection, bond inspection, and immersion techniques. Angle beam testing and defect evaluations are covered in detail. The course satisfies the training hours needed for Level II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights:

• Introduction (History, Comparison, Math/Calculator Review)
• Review of Ultrasonic Principles (Equipment, Techniques, Calibration)
• Evaluation of Base-Material Product Forms
• Other Product Forms
• Evaluation of Weldments
• Weld Inspection
• Bonded Structures
• Discontinuity Detection
• Comparison Procedures
• Advanced Thickness Measurement
• Preparing for Employer’s Personnel Qualification Examinations

Prerequisites & Comments :
The Level II courses are advanced programs, intended for persons who have successfully completed Level I training. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.
ut.pdf





Method : Visual Testing (VT)

Course Name : Visual Testing – Levels I/II

Level : Levels I/II

Duration : (days) 5

Price : 320,000/- Toman

Course Description :
The course is designed for manufacturers, services companies, and overhaul facilities, who require their personnel to be trained in the application of Visual Testing techniques. As well as covering all the theoretical aspects of this method, the course includes processes of improving visual inspection reliability and the use of a variety of visual equipment. The course satisfies the training hours needed for both Level I and II certification in accordance with SNT-TC-1A, ANSI/ASNT CP-189, and NAS-410.

Program Highlights :

• Introduction (Definition, History, Applications Overview)
• Terminology
• Basic Principles
• Test Equipment
• Applications
• Visual Testing to Specific Procedures
• Visual Perception
• Lighting
• Material Attributes
• Environment and Physiological Factors
• Applicable Codes and Standards
• Acceptance/Rejection Criteria

Prerequisites & Comments :
Levels I/II courses are basic programs for persons with little or no technical background. Class size is limited for maximum utilization of instructor and equipment. Presentation of the course on-site is quoted separately.

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