Eddy Current Testing

Eddy current testing (ET), the most widely used sub method of electromagnetic testing, is used to detect discontinuities and measurements on parts made of materials with significant electrical conductivity. This […]

Digital Radiographic Testing

Radioscopic digital imaging, related to radioscopy, uses digitization of analog electronic data. This course will meet the requirements for non-film radiography per NAS-410 and ASNT SNT-TC-1a, and will include an […]

Magnetic Particle Testing

Magnetic particle testing (MT) allows an inspector to locate discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials. This course will cover material required for the classroom training portion for level 1 and 2 certification […]

Visual Testing

Visual Testing (VT), often the first method used during an NDT inspection, includes direct examination with the eyes as well as the use of mechanical or optical tools to locate […]

Ultrasonic Inspection

Ultrasound, a term used to describe mechanical vibrations above the audible range, is commonly used in nondestructive testing of metals and nonmetal materials to measure thickness or to examine the […]

Radiographic Testing

Radiographic inspection is based on the principles of physics that x-ray and gamma ray absorption indicates thickness and density of matter to examine material for internal discontinuities. Radiography is one […]

Introduction to Nondestructive Testing

This course covers an introduction to the fundamental principles of non-destructive testing, the processes of examining materials without damaging them. Content will include an overview of career opportunities, training requirements, […]

Liquid Penetrant Testing

Penetrant Testing (PT), used for detecting cracks and other surface defects on nonporous solid materials, is one of the most commonly used nondestructive testing methods. This course covers theory and […]