ASNT LEVEL - II Institute in Mumbai(belapur/thane)

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ASNT LEVEL - II Institute in Mumbai(belapur/thane)

  1. 1. ZENITH INSPECTION SERVICES NDT Training Programs OUR VISION YOUR FUTURE We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  2. 2. INTRO TO NDT OUR MISSION The American Society of Mechanical To provide technological industries Engineers defines Nondestructive with qualified, certifiable Testing as the development and Nondestructive Technicians and application to technical methods to Quality Control Inspectors to an examine materials or components in Industry that is suffering the loss by ways that do not impair future an aging work force usefulness and serviceability in order to detect, measure and evaluate flaws: to assess integrity, TRAINING PROGRAMMES properties and composition and to  ASNT NDT Level I measuregeometrical characteristics.  ASNT NDT Level II NDT is an exciting and challenging  ASNT NDT Level III (refresher course) INSTRUCTOR career Field. Society relies very - CSWIP & AWS Welding Inspector Our instructors not only are heavily on NDT technology to keep Preparatory Course trained in their respective and it as safe a place to live as possible. associated fields, they also have A great deal of responsibility is PROGRAMME STRUCTURE years of wide ranging experience placed in the hands of NDT Our courses are based heavily on as a result of interfacing with technicians and engineers who keep practical exercises, which when national and international or aircrafts, trains, and automobiles combined with the recording, reporting clientele. Dedication is foremost in operating safely: our pipelines and and answering of quizzes, results in the our philosophy and our instructors chemical plants from leaking; and understanding of a specific syllabus will allocate the additional time our theme park rides and bridges segment. Up front lecturing is reduced necessary to ensure that all from collapsing. Today NDT to a minimum and the emphasis is on students comprehend the technology is used by a wide variety training to the precise, specific needs of information being presented to of industries as the work increases the individual. Exercises are regularly become competent with the to keep product quality high and backed up by the tutor, and all teaching NDT/QC methods. scrap rates low is backed up by texts LOCATIONS SUITABLE FOR ZENITH INSPECTION SERVICES All staff who needs basic training in provides training and examination material inspection coupled with a services via its network of offices qualification in this field. All NDT and training centers and agents personnel, inspectors and nationwide. Our Training centers technicians engaged in, or are responsible for, inspection of  Navi Mumbai castings, forgings, welding or  Thane, Maharashtra fabricated items during manufacture  Panjim, Goa or in-service. Quality control and  Ashok Nagar, Bangalore assurance staff and supervisor  Hi-tech City, Hyderabad personal who are related to Quality  Vizag assurance and control  Trivindram,Kerala OTHER TRAINING OPTIONS APPLICABLE SECTORS Courses and examinations are HANDS-ON-TRAINING designed to service all key industry An essential part of the hands-on Standard courses are scheduled at sectors including oil and gas, training is the inspection of components all. ZENITH INSPECTION SERVICES aerospace, construction, power, that exhibit defects likely to be found in venues and tailor-made training can automotive and all courses are the Fabrication industry. NDT inspection be arranged to suit particular supported by internationally training has accumulated an extensive needs. . ZENITH INSPECTION recognized certification. ZENITH range of Defective samples that truly SERVICES offers complete flexibility INSPECTION SERVICES counts represent the Fabrication sector. These enabling courses to be matched to amongst its customers some of the include samples related to aircraft your personal, industry or company most influential companies on the production such as welds, castings, requirements. Should you have a globe. forgings samples related to in-service request for training outside of this structures and components including schedule or at a different location; corrosion, fatigue, stress corrosion and ZENITH INSPECTION SERVICEST erosion. will meet that demand. See our custom training programs section for further details. We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  3. 3. VISUAL TESTING LIQUID PENETRANT TESTING MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING Visual testing is a non This method involves applying a Magnetic Particle Inspection destructive testing method by visible or fluorescent dye to the involves the magnetization of a which reflected or transmitted surface. The dye enters the component, followed by the light from a test object is discontinuities via capillary action. application of ferromagnetic imaged with a light sensitive The method can be applied to any particles. The particles align along device (e.g. the human eye!). non-absorbent material with discontinuities in the surface, or uncoated surfaces. shallow sub-surface discontinuities. This method is Level 1: used to test welds, castings, and General Theory: General Theory: forgings for surface or subsurface - Introduction - Principles of Penetrant Inspection defects; however it can only be - Definitions - Equipment and Materials used on ferromagnetic metals. - Fundamentals - Methods of Assessing Sensitivity - Equipment (as applicable) and Control Testing Level 1: - Employer-Defined Applications - Preparation for Testing General Theory: - Visual Testing to Specific - Testing Technique - Principles of Magnetic Particle Procedures - Post Test Procedures Inspection - Safety Precautions - Safety Precautions - Methods of Magnetization - Inspection and Detection of Specific Theory: Specific Theory: Indications Application of the Method and Application of the Method and use - Checks and Calibrations use of Codes, Specifications and of Codes, Specifications and - Equipment Procedures, applicable to the Procedures, applicable to the - Test Procedures Company, including the relevant Company, including the relevant - Detectability of Defects control checks. control checks. - Standards and Specifications - Safety Precautions. Level 2: Level 2: In addition to Level 1: In addition to Level 1: Specific Theory: General Theory: General Theory: Application of the Method and use - Review of Level 1 - Testing Procedures of Codes, Specifications and - Vision - Detectability of Defects Procedures, applicable to the - Lighting - Interpretation and Reporting Company, including the relevant - Material attributes - Post Test Procedures control checks. - Environmental and - Safety Precautions Physiological Factors - Basic Production (Crude and Level 2: - Visual Perception Finished Products) In addition to Level 1: - Equipment - Basic Casting Production Methods General Theory: - Employer-Defined Applications (Finished Products) - Testing Procedures - Acceptance/Rejection Criteria - Wrought Products Forming - Detectability of Defects - Recording and Reporting Processes - Interpretation and Reporting - Basic Welding Processes - Post Test Procedures Specific Theory: - Basic Production - Crude and Application of the Method to the Specific Theory: Finished Products Specific requirements of the Application of the Method to the - Basic Casting Production Company, in particular making Specific requirements of the Methods - Finished Products reference to those Codes, Company, in particular making - Wrought Products Forming Specifications and Procedures reference to those Codes, Processes used by the Company, including Specifications and Procedures used - Basic Welding Processes the relevant control checks. by the Company, including the - Safety Precautions relevant control checks. Specific Theory: Application of the Method to the Specific requirements of the Company, in particular making reference to those Codes, Specifications and Procedures used by the Company, including the relevant control checks. We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  4. 4. ULTRASONIC TESTING EDDY CURRENT TESTING PHASED ARRAY INSPECTION High frequency sound pulses are If a magnetic field cuts through a Phased array technology is the emitted from a transducer above sample of metal that is not connected ability to modify electronically a sample. The sound waves to a circuit, an 'Eddy Current' is the acoustic probe propagate through the sample, produced. This eddy current is localized characteristics. Probe and reflect at interfaces. The in the metal, and has a flow pattern. modifications are performed by reflected waves are monitored The flow pattern is disturbed by introducing time shifts in the using a detector above the discontinuities from the surface to a signals sent to and received sample. The thickness of the shallow depth of penetration. The from individual elements of an sample, and the depth and type method is quick and very sensitive. No array probe. Any ultrasonic of flaw can be ascertained using contact with the metal is required. techniques for flaw detection this method. The method can be Level 1 and sizing can be applied using applied to most materials if sound General Theory: phased-array probes. Phased transmission is good. Quick high - Brief History of Testing array provides high speed sensitive results are obtained. The - Basic Principles of Testing electronic scanning without testing is carried out from one - Generation of eddy currents by means moving parts, improved side of the sample only. of an AC field inspection capabilities through - Effect of fields created by eddy software control of beam Level 1: currents characteristics, inspection with - Effect of change of impedance on multiple angles with a single General Theory: instrumentation electronically controlled probe, - Terminology and units many configurations; P/E, T/R, - Principles of magnetisation. TOFD and Tandem, and greater Principles of Ultrasonic Testing - Magnetisation - electromagnetism flexibility for inspection of - Equipment theory complex geometries (optimized - Testing Techniques - Flux leakage theory and principle focusing and optimized beam - Calibration of Testing Systems - Readout Mechanism angle).Phased array can be - Types of Eddy Current Sensing used for the following Sector Specific Theory: Elements applications; raw material - Detectability of Defects - Types of Flux Leakage Sensing production, aircraft, naval, - Factors Affecting the Elements power generation, Performance of the Ultrasonic - Safety as applicable to Eddy Current petrochemical and anything else Test Testing and Electrical Safety. that currently applies pulse- - Codes of Practice and Standards echo testing. - Conducting and Recording the Specific Theory: Test Application of the Method and use of Level 2: Codes, Specifications and Procedures, General Theory: Level 2: applicable to the Company, including - Principles of phased array General Theory: the relevant control checks. probes - Principles of Ultrasonic Testing - Principles of inspection - Equipment Level 2 sensitivity - Testing Techniques In addition to Level 1: - Phased Array Instrument - Calibration of Testing Systems General Theory: - Scanning with phased array probes Sector Specific Theory: - Factors that affect Coil Impedance - Calibration and checks - Detect ability of Defects - Factors that affect Flux Leakage Fields - Software for data collection - Factors Affecting the - Signal-to-Noise Ratio and data analysis Performance of the Ultrasonic - Selection of Test Frequency - Principles of data analysis Test - Selection of Method of Magnetization - Software familiarity - Codes of Practice and Standards for Flux - Use of software tools for - Conducting and Recording the - Leakage Testing defect detection and sizing Test - Coupling - Data analysis - Interpretation of Test Results - Field Strength and Its Selection - Procedures for verification of - Product Technology Theory - Field Orientation for Flux Leakage Test flaw existence and position - Instrument Design Consideration - Reporting - Safety as applicable to Eddy Current Testing and Electrical Safety Specific Theory: Application of the Method to the Specific requirements of the Company, in particular making reference to those Codes, Specifications and Procedures used by the Company, including the relevant control checks. We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  5. 5. RADIOGRAPHY TESTING RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION TIME OF FLIGHT DIFFRACTION ToFD theory and principles of Radiographic Testing (RT) involves the In addition to producing high quality diffraction, ToFD hardware ( pulsers, use of penetrating X or Gamma radiation radiographs the radiographer must also receivers, motor control, encoders), to examine parts and products for be skilled in radiographic ToFD data acquisition and imperfections. An X-Ray Machine or interpretation. Interpretation of interpretation, ToFD techniques, ToFD Radioactive Isotope is used as a source of radiographs takes place in three basic applications, equipment selection, radiation. Radiation is directed through a steps: Detection, Interpretation, calibration and optimization, part and onto a film. When the film is Evaluation This course is suitable for optimizing PCS and angles, flaw developed, a Shadow image is obtained Radiographers, inspectors, engineers location and sizing, limitations of that shows the internal soundness of the and surveyors who wish to interpret detection and resolution, codes and examined area. Possible imperfections radiographs but have little or no standards, reporting. show up as density changes in the film. knowledge of the principles of Level 1: radiography Objectives: General Theory: Objective:  Properties and production of X and  to understand the theoretical gamma rays  To explain the basic theory of background and limitations of ToFD  The formation of a latent image radiography applications  Radiographic film  To state basic radiation safety  Development/processing principles  to correctly select probe/wedge to  To explain principles relating to examine welded butt joints Specific Theory: selection of films, energy levels and  to calibrate and set up the ToFD Application of the Radiographic Testing techniques Method and use of codes, specifications  To recognize and differentiate ultrasonic equipment and procedures, applicable to the between film faults and defect  to locate and evaluate flaws in the company, including the relevant control indications weld body and HAZ checks.  To evaluate radiographic sensitivity  To state origins of defects  to differentiate defects from To interpret radiographs geometric features Level 2:  General Theory: (In addition to the  to analyze scan data for location Level 1 syll.) Course Content: and size of defects in typical welded Designed for personnel responsible for butt joints  The properties of X and gamma rays judging the quality of radiographs and  Personnel protection and safety proc.  to understand and apply digital reaching informed decisions, regarding Atomic structures processing processes (SAFT,  the identity and extent of the defects  Generation of X-rays revealed. Training in radiographic linearization, averaging, filters etc)  Natural &artificial gamma radiation interpretation is in three optional parts. source to compile written instructions Part A provides essential knowledge on   Gamma ray equipment radiographic theory and practice to  Radiographic film enable interpreters to judge  Intensifying screens radiographic quality. Parts B and C  Exposure charts concentrate on practical interpretation  Characteristic curves of welds and castings respectively.  Diagnostic film lengths Principles of X- and gamma-  Exposure calculations radiography; equipment; safety;  Techniques for weld radiography selection of films and screens;  Darkroom procedures exposure; processing; characteristics  Radiographic quality of the image; choice of technique;  Introduction to the interpretation of relevant standards; sensitivity. radiographs  Specifications and procedures  Practical exercises Specific Theory: Application of the Radiographic Testing Method to the specific requirements of the company, in particular making reference to those codes, specifications and procedures used by the company, including the relevant control checks. Product technology for the relevant sector, i.e. welds, castings, forgings. . We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  6. 6. VISUAL WELDING INSPECTOR CSWIP/AWS WELDING INSPECTOR SPECIALIZED COURSES PREPARATORY COURSE Course Content: Basic Ultrasonic Inspection of Course Content: Advanced This welding inspection course covers: visual inspection The duties and responsibilities of a Weld Inspection procedures; relevant codes of welding inspector; fusion welding Welding flaw signatures, identification practice, terms and definitions; processes; typical weld defects; types And sizing techniques, shear wave of steel; carbon-manganese, low alloy DAC curve, AWS, documentation and welding processes and typical and stainless steels; hardening of Data storage welding defects; weld steels; weld ability; heat treatment; measurements; typical parent metal defects; visual inspection; Thickness Gauge use and documentation and requirements; testing parent metals and welds; application destructive tests; NDT techniques; UT theory, thickness equipment and practical inspection and reporting. welder and procedure approval; codes Transducers, insp parameters, data and standards; outline of safe working Collection and documentation Objectives: practices; practice in examination questions; continuous and end-of- Level III Exam preparation course assessment. In addition, (Basic)  to identify various weld candidates meeting the CSWIP Introduction to SNT-TC-1A, imperfections (defects) requirements for eligibility complete the familarization to codes& standards,  to understand the relevant relevant CSWIP examination on day 5. Basic metallurgy, Ethics and welding technology related to responsibilities visual inspection Objectives: Level III Exam preparation  to understand the need for (Ultrasonic)  to understand factors which influence documentation in welding Philosophy, theory, mathematics the quality of fusion welds in steels  to be aware of codes and  to recognize characteristics of Equipment, transducers standards related to inspection commonly used welding processes in Quality control, UT procedure familiar- relation to quality control ization, and study recommendations requirements to interpret drawing instructions and to carry out inspection of parent   symbols to ensure that specifications Level III Exam preparation materials and consumables are met (Radiography Testing)  to carry out visual inspection of  to set up and report on inspection of Atomic theory, shielding and facility welds, macro sections and other design, radiation sources, safety, welds, report on them and assess mechanical tests radiographic process, film interpretation their compliance with specified and RT procedure familiarization  to assess and report on welds to acceptance criteria acceptance levels  to pass the CSWIP 3.0 Visual  to confirm that incoming material Level III Exam preparation meets stipulated requirements and (Liquid penetrant testing) Welding Inspector qualification. recognize the effects on weld quality Selection of pre-cleaning method of departure from specification Penetrant properties, types of penetrant Suitable for: and developer, intro to specifications  to be in a position to pass the Welding Inspector and procedure writing and analysis, Welders, operators, line inspectors review of LPT reports and foremen who undertake visual examination of welded joints; Suitable for: Level III Exam preparation quality control staff associated with (Magnetic Particle testing) welding; all staff who need basic Welders, operators, line inspectors and Intro to Magnetic theory, magnetic training in welding inspection foremen who undertake visual properties of materials, Equipment coupled with a qualification in this examination of welded joints; quality calibration, intro to specifications and field. control staff associated with welding; procedure writing and analysis, review of MPT reports We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves
  7. 7. Tailor-Made Training Options Evening classes: We offer evening classes for the working class people which enables them to take NDT training Programme with out altering there working hours Customized Training: In our current climate where training budgets are being Constantly cut, we are looking for our ways to make more Affordable. We Are affording training Programme at your site Which will take less Time away from the site, whole team can Be trained at one time which will reduce all your costs Blended Training: Blended training combines classroom practical training with CD-based training thus reducing travel costs and time away from work Distance Training We also offer correspondence courses, where the learning is done in your own time through training material mailed to you. You will have to complete assignments and will be able to consult our professionals for help. A correspondence course also credits you train hours towards your certification. Contact information and registration information Contact Information Mumbai : +91-22-32224023 / +91-9867837710 Hyderabad : +91-9004168648 Goa : +91-9867837710 E-mail : zistrng@gmail.com : zisndt@gmail.com G-1, progressive villa–B, plot no-62, sector 19, CBD- Belapur villa– no- CBD- Mumbai- Tel+91-2232224023, Email:zisndt@gmail.com Navi Mumbai-400614, Tel+91-2232224023, Email:zisndt@gmail.com We Train Our Students With The Same Care As We Hire Them Ourselves

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