• Start date
    Feb 26, 2024
  • End date
    Mar 1, 2024
  • Course length
    1x Lesson
  • Class duration
    60 Minutes
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While Radiographic testing is one of the most commonly used inspection methods to determine a material’s internal soundness, there are a various number of factors that the inspector needs to be familiar with in order to decide the correct radiographic technique for the best image. We offer training in each of these techniques to help facilitate the student in their certification process.


Film Interpretation

  • Energy ranges and their effects on film quality
  • Formation of latent images on film
  • Radiographic exposure techniques
  • Application Techniques (filters, multi-film techniques, etc)
  • Indications and defects
  • Reporting & Recording of defects


Upon completion of this subject, students will understand:

  1. How geometry, set-up, and source size affect a radiographic image
  2. Understand the different types of Film and their purposes
  3. Various film techniques and the pros /cons of each
  4. Ability to perform and document examinations per applicable code requirements


Course includes 8hr hands-on training in. These hours incorporate a review of a large number of radiographs covering different manufacturing & welding processes. 40 Total Hours of classroom training are accredited to students after successful completion by demonstration of knowledge by exam. All topics and materials covered in NDE course are as required by ANSI/ASNT CP-105.

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Applicant Data

Price (USD) $1,250.00
  • Students
    0 enrolled of 8
  • Course / group name
    Film Interpretation / 05/25/2024 | Film Interpretation (Weekend)
  • Location
    Refined Inspection Services, 16760 Hedgecroft Dr. Suite #608, 77060, Houston, TX, United States
  • Info
    Our course focuses on all aspects of the evaluation process. This ranges from the type of component under examination (and its common associated defects), To the energy and media selection used to capture the image and its effects on resolution and sensitivity.

    Courses held over the weekend are accredited 24hrs. and are for those individuals who have previously held either an RT level I or RT Level II Certification.

Classes Schedule

  • May 25, 2024
    6:00am - 6:00pm
  • May 26, 2024
    6:00am - 6:00pm

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