Liquid Penetrant Testing I/II
Liquid Penetrant is one of the oldest and still one of the most commonly used NDE Techniques today. Starting around the early 1930s the railroad industry utilized the “Oil and whiting method” to reveal defects in components which set the course for this technique. Liquid Penetrant Testing I & II introduces an inspection method used in a variety of manufacturing processes in order to find defects open to the surface.
In this course we discuss:
- History & fundamentals of Liquid Penetrant Testing
- Overview of the various testing applications
- Various types of equipment
- Advantages & limitations
- Indications and defects
- Reporting & Recording of defects
Upon completion of this subject, students will be able to:
- Retain an understanding of the Penetrant Method and its various techniques
- The Pros and Cons of the Method
- Ability to perform and document examinations per applicable code requirements
Courses include a 8hr hands-on training. These hours include an instructor demonstration of Method A, B, C, & D Type I & II penetrant applications as well as mock-up specific and practical exams given by NDE employers. 24 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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