Friday, January 28, 2011

Addition of new telefax number at Trinity NDT, Bangalore, India

'Trinity NDT' added new tele-fax number at Head Office in Bangalore to the existing phone nos. Customers can now call or fax on (+91)080-28366466

To know more about the material testing, NDT inspection services, training & certification courses offered by us visit: www.trinityndt.com or call +91 99009 29439 or email us.



Wednesday, January 19, 2011

NDT personnel recruitment for Job vacancies in India

NDT level II certified (ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A) technicians with minimum 2years related experience are required for immediate recruitment in Surat-Hazira and other parts of India.

Interested candidates for the NDT jobs should forward their detailed Resume through email to: training@trinityndt.com

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Earths Magnetic North Pole Shifts - Runway closure at Florida Airport

An airport in Tampa, Florida, has had to temporarily close its runways to keep up with Earth's magnetic north pole, which is drifting toward Russia at a rate of 40miles per year
 
Fox News Reports that the international airport was forced to adjust the signs on its busiest runway Thursday because pilots depend on the magnetic fields to navigate. The runway will be closed until Jan. 13, and will re-open with new taxiway signs that indicate its new location on aviation charts, the Tampa Bay Tribune Reports.


Paul Takemoto, a spokesman for the FAA, says the Earth's magnetic fields are constantly in flux -- but rarely so much so that runway signage needs to be changed. "You want to be absolutely precise in your compass heading," he told Fox. "To make sure the precision is there that we need, you have to make these changes."

"The Earth's poles are changing constantly, and when they change more than three degrees, that can affect runway numbering," FAA spokesperson told Fox News. It's unclear whether any other airports will have to adjust their runways.

Earth's magnetic field, which still flummoxes those who study it, "is thought to be generated deep inside the planet," Live Science writer explains. "An inner core of solid iron is surrounded by an outer core of molten iron. They rotate at different rates, and the interaction between the regions creates what scientists call a 'hydromagnetic dynamo.' It's something like an electric motor, and it generates a magnetic field akin to a giant bar magnet."
 
Sometimes, the poles completely flip -- and presumably when that happens, many bigger changes are afoot than modest tweaks to airport signs. The last time the planet experienced a polarity flip was 780,000 years ago.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Now Trinity NDT Institute certification courses in Papua New Guinea, Australia

'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology' now expands it's world class training services to Australian Continent. The institute will be conducting training and certification courses as per ASNT recommended practice SNT-TC-1A-2006 at Papua New Guinea, Australia. An MOU was signed on 05th January 2011 by the parties to schedule both Level 1 & 2 certification courses.

For detailed schedules and prospectus email us your training requirements to: training@trinityndt.com or call The Course Director on +91 99009 29439, 98441 29439.