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NDT COURSES (LEVEL I & II)

What is Radiography Testing?

This method consists of a sensitive radiographic film being placed under a specific component i.e. a weld or casting, The Component is then exposed to ionizing radiation either X-Radiation or Gamma Radiation; this radiation will pass through the component and expose the film beneath it leading to what is known as the latent image on the film this image is not a permanent image and no noticeable change will be seen until development when it becomes a permanent fixed image. Discontinuities such as cracks or lack of fusion within the component can affect the exposure of the film. Most materials can be tested by Radiographic inspection, e.g. Ferritic and non-ferritic materials and welds, castings and often composites are viewed too. Radiographic testing provides a permanent record and provides a high sensitivity of testing.

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What are the responsibilities of a individual who is certified to Radiography Level II?

An individual certified to Radiography testingLevel II has demonstrated competence to perform NDT according to Radiography Testing procedures. Within the scope of the competence defined on the certificate, Level II personnel may be authorised by the employer to:

  • Select the Radiography technique for the test method to be used;
  • Define the limitations of application of the testing method;
  • Translate NDT codes, standards, specifications and procedures into NDT instructions adapted to the actual working conditions;
  • Set up and verify equipment settings;
  • Perform and supervise tests;
  • Interpret and evaluate results according to applicable standards, codes, specifications or procedures;
  • Prepare Radiography written instructions
  • Carry out and supervise all tasks at or below level II;
  • Provide guidance for personnel at or below level II, and
  • Report the results of Radiography test

TRAINING

80 hrs of Visual testing Level II training covers the following:

General Theory
  • Introduction
  • Principles of radiography
  • Image formation
  • Films and processing
  • Fundamental aspects of radiographic quality
  • Radiation safety (see earlier syllabus)
  • Radiation protection
  • Exposure factors
  • Techniques
  • Radiographic quality assessment
  • Principles of radiation
  • Nature and properties of ionising radiation
  • Sources of radiation for radiography
  • Principles of radiographic image formation
  • Radiographic sensitivity
  • Relative merits of x and gamma rays
  • Radiographic interpretation
Product Technology
  • Basic welding processes
  • Fabrication defects
  • In-service defects
  • Stress relieving
  • Normalising
Specific Theory

Application of the method to the specific requirements of Robust Training, in particular making reference to those codes, specifications, procedures and acceptance criteria used by Robust Training, including the relevant control checks.

What is Radiographic Interpretation?

The Radiographic Interpretation course only covers the interpretation of the radiograph, therefore is suitable for personnel wishing to only interpret

Radiographs as opposed to creating radiographs via Radiographic testing.

What are the responsibilities of a individual who is certified to Radiographic Interpretation Level II?

An individual certified to Radiographic Interpretation Level II has demonstrated competence to perform NDT according to Radiographic Interpretation procedures. Within the scope of the competence defined on the certificate, Level 2 personnel may be authorised by the employer to:

  • Select the Radiographic Interpretation technique for the test method to be used;
  • Define the limitations of application of the testing method;
  • Translate NDT codes, standards, specifications and procedures into NDT instructions adapted to the actual working conditions;
  • Calibrate and verify equipment settings;
  • Interpret and evaluate results according to applicable standards, codes, specifications or procedures;
  • Prepare Radiographic Interpretation written instructions
  • Carry out and supervise all tasks at or below level II;
  • Provide guidance for personnel at or below level II, and
  • Report the results of Radiographic Interpretation tests

TRAINING

24 hrs of RTFI Level II training covers the following:

General Theory

  • Introduction
  • Principles of Radiography
  • Image Formation
  • Films and Processing
  • Fundamental aspects of Radiographic Quality
  • Radiation Safety (see earlier syllabus)
  • Radiation Protection
  • Exposure Factors
  • Techniques
  • Radiographic Quality Assessment
  • Principles of Radiation
  • Nature and Properties of Ionising Radiation
  • Sources of Radiation for Radiography
  • Principles of Radiographic Image Formation
  • Radiographic Sensitometry
  • Relative merits of X and gamma rays
  • Exposure Factors
  • Techniques
  • Radiographic Interpretation
  • Basic Welding Processes

Product Technology

  • Fabrication defects
  • In-service defects
  • Stress relieving
  • Normalising

Specific Theory

Application of the Method to the Specific requirements of Robust Training, in particular making reference to those Codes, Specifications,

Procedures and acceptance criteria used by Robust Training, including the relevant control checks.

Note

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