Tuesday, June 28, 2011

V Pan American Conference for Nondestructive Testing, Cancun, Mexico


The Pan American Conference for Nondestructive Testing (PANNDT) takes place every four years. In 2011, the fifth edition of this event will be held in the city of Cancun, Mexico, from October 2nd to 6th. The Conference will be attended by a large number of delegates professionals and businessmen of companies from all around the world which are dedicated to the sole topic of applied engineering.

During the V PANNDT (V COPAEND for its spanish acronym), Plenary Sessions will be lectured by world leaders in the field of Nondestructive Testing and the Commercial exhibit of the Conference will host more than one hundred booths. Due to the relevance and impact of past editions, many stands are already being booked by world class organizations such as classifiers, universities, institutes and research centers as well as by business leaders in technology development, in equipment manufacture, in the services, quality assessment and control sectors.

For more information log on to website www.copaend5.com

Thursday, June 23, 2011

NDT Level 2 certification training from 21st July 2011, Bangalore, India

'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology' schedules NDT Level 2  certification training as per ASNT, SNT-TC-1A-2006 from 21st July 2011 at Training Center in Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore, India.

Last Date for course registration: 14th July 2011

Methods: UT, MT, PT, RT & VT

Advantages with 'Trinity NDT':
* Well established exclusive NDT laboratory with modern infrastructure and latest equipment for most effective training
* Experienced trainers
*International exposure with training centers in Papua New Guinea(Australia) and Port Harcourt, Nigeria
*Placement assistance

For more information visit: www.trinityndt.com or email: training@trinityndt.com or can call +91 99009 29439

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Magnetic Particle testing Indications of Adopter components

Magnetic particle test indications of severe heat treatment cracks observed on face, inner diameter, outer diameter area of an adopter component. Possible Reason: Improper heat treatment

To know more about the NDT inspection services and certification training courses by Trinity NDT visit: www.trinityndt.com

Want To Contribute To A Sustainable Future?


Reduce

·        * Save fuel by carpooling, using public transport, walking or cycling for short distances.

·        *  One litre of petrol emits 2.325 kg of co2 in the atmosphere.

·        * Save electricity by switching off the appliances when not in use.

·         * One unit of electricity usage emits 0.82 kg of co2 in the atmosphere.

·         * Never leave any appliance on stand by mode

·         * Even in sand by mode, an electrical appliance consume 20% of total electricity

·         * Always use a mug for brushing your teeth

·         * A tap has a flow rate of 2.83 ltrs/min 
     
Reuse

·         * Make rough note books from single side printed sheets and unused paper at your home

·         * It takes 17 full grown trees to make 1 ton of paper

·         * Collect kitchen water in a container. Use the water for cleaning your home, vehicles, watering of plants and feeding the birds in summer

·         * Use bags made from cloth.

·         * Before throwing away any item, pause and think if it be used by someone else. DONATE.


Recycle

·         Recycle all your paper and plastic

·         Recycling of plastic saves 2.5 kg of co2 per plastic

·         Drop your old mobile phones, batteries, at authorized recycling centres

·         Use stationary items made from recycled or hand made paper

·         Using 1 kg of recycled paper, saves 0.95 kg of co2

·         Recycled paper uses 55% less water for production.


Understand and then SOLVE!

* Carbon dioxide is a kind of a Green House Gas which has the ability to trap heat. Carbon dioxide levels and the earth’s temperature are therefore directly linked to each other.

* As CO2 emissions rises, the temperature of the earth increase and earth becomes hot leading to an irregular change in the climate.

Let us contribute our sincere efforts together to save water for future!

NDT Jobs and vacancies with Trinity NDT in India

'Trinity NDT' leading nondestrucitve testing and training services company is looking for fresh/experienced DME/BE candidates with NDT Level II certification for immediate recruitment in India. Candidates with minimum one year experience in NDT related field will have added advantage.

For more on the job openings call: +91 9900929439 / 98441 29439 / 080-28366466. Email: careers@trinityndt.com. Visit: www.trinityndt.com for more job openings on NDT.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Feedback by the NDT Level 2 training participant from M/s. BHEL, India

Feedback by the NDT Level 2 training participant  



Course Attended: NDT Training and certification course from 27th May 2011, held at 'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology' at Bangalore, India

Respected sir,

Delivery of information about each subject, root cause for different type of discontinuities and practical regarding the subject from the trainer was excellent. Overall the training program is excellent and best contents. Clarification on doubts was resolved by the trainers in very understanding way.

thanks and Kind Regards

Prakash K. Yadav, B.TECH(Honours),
M/s. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL)

Friday, June 10, 2011

Workshop on effective maintenance of CNC Machines for Productivity improvement at Pimpri, Pune, India

A National Survey on reliability of CNC machines conducted by IMTMA highlighted the difficulties confronted by end users in controlling the downtime of CNC machines. Interactions with end users indicated the need to familiarise and upgrade their knowledge base to optimize the usage of CNC machine tools, for higher productivity.

Effective usage of CNC machines is the key to achieve the desired output. With the rapid changes in hi-precision manufacturing process, there is a need to continuously update the knowledge and skills of the 'Man-behind-the-Machine'. Diagnostics is another important aspect of maintenance, which is most often ignored. Maintenance engineers competent in a particular domain may have limited knowledge or information of other cross functionary disciplines, resulting in a fragmented approach to problem solving. With most companies adopting CNC technology, where preventive maintenance is of paramount importance, it is necessary to expose the production and maintenance personnel to various Sub-systems of CNC machines.

In order to address the 'Why' & 'How' of preventive & break-down maintenance, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers' Association (IMTMA) is organising a three day workshop on "Effective Maintenance of CNC Machines for Productivity Improvement" on 20 – 22 June 2011 at Pune.


OBJECTIVES

This workshop aims to help participants to: 


  • Familiarise with various sub-systems of CNC machines; specifically CNC Turning & Machining Centres.
  • Assist users to identify faults in various components of CNC machines.
  • Report faults correctly to the manufacturer.
  • Systematic approach to diagnostics and problem solving.
  • Discuss specific problems with faculty.


FOCUS AREAS 


  • Preventive & Break-down maintenance of Electronics & Electrical Sub-systems in CNC machines
  • Case studies & Participants group exercises on “How to tackle maintenance problems in CNC machines”
  • Maintenance of Mechanical Sub-systems in CNC Vertical & Horizontal machining centres.
  • Maintenance of Mechanical Sub-systems in CNC Grinding machines
  • Concepts of CNC programming for maintenance engineers.
  • Maintenance of Spindle – Vibration analysis, Condition monitoring & Repairing aspects of spindles
  • Essential tool for effective maintenance of CNC machines
  • Plant Visits – to provide practical exposure on diagnostics and trouble shooting of various Sub-systems in CNC machine tools 
FACULTY
Industry experts and renowned manufacturers of CNC Control systems & CNC machine tools such as FANUC India Ltd, Premier Ltd., BFW Ltd., PMT Machines Ltd., Renishaw, SKF Ltd. , *Seimens & PQIS will conduct sessions at this workshop. Presentations will be accompanied by practical illustrations and case studies. The workshop will be highly interactive where participants will be able to discuss specific problems in maintenance and solicit feedback from the expert faculty. (* Confirmation awaited)

PARTICIPANTS PROFILE

This workshop will benefit Managers, Engineers and Middle Management personnel involved in the functions of Production, Maintenance, Application Engineering, Servicing and other related functions from Machine Tool, Automobile and Auto ancillaries, Tool rooms, Aerospace, Defence & Railway establishments, General Engg. and other manufacturing industries.

Note: Participants are expected to have a basic working knowledge of CNC Machines as the constructional aspects of CNC machines will not be discussed in this workshop.

For Nomination & Enquiries call:
Mr. Kunal Kumar Sinha
E-mail : kunal@imtma.in
INDIAN MACHINE TOOL MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION
503, South Block, “Sacred World”, S. No. 75/2/2, Jagtap
Chowk, Wanorie, Pune - 411 040, Maharashtra, (India)
Tel : +91-20-40091501, Tel Fax : +91-20-26852047
Website : www.imtma.in