Thursday, August 18, 2011

Internationally recognized certification courses from 15th September 2011 in India

Nondestructive testing Level II training and certification program as per ASNT, SNT-TC-1A-2006 from 15th September 2011 at NDT&welding inspector courses training center at centrally located Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore in India. The program covers Ultrasonic Inspection, Magnetic particle, liquid penetrant inspection, radiography and visual inspection.

Important dates:
Date of Admission starts on 18.08.2011
Last date for registration: 08.09.2011
Training start date: 15.09.2011

For more information visit: www.trinityndt.com or call: +91 9900929439/Telefax:080-28366466 or email: training@trinityndt.com

Rescheduling of training dates for courses to be held at Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Announcement

The training dates for NDT Level 2 courses programmed at Port Harcourt, Nigeria are rescheduled to 22nd September 2011. Candidates are requested to contact 'Course Director' on +91 9900929439 for more details or email: training@trinityndt.com. Visit: www.trinityndt.com for all upcoming courses to be held in India and Nigeria.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

NDT Level 2 as per NAS 410 Job vacancies in India


We are in requirement of qualified personnel to carry out the following NDT inspections on aircrafts:
 
1.            Magnetic Particle Inspection
2.            Eddy current inspection
3.            Fluorescent Penetrant Inspections

QUALIFICATIONS

The applicant shall have passed at least
a) Class 10+2 examination with Science and Mathematics;
or
b) Diploma in engineering/any other equivalent qualification acceptable to DGCA;
and
c) Should hold at least Level II competency in each relevant NDT technique, issued in accordance with NAS 410 or equivalent specifications.
       
EXPERIENCE

1.            The applicant shall have minimum of six months experience in aviation industry in relevant NDT technique; of which three months must be recent experience under the supervision of a C of C holder of the respective NDT technique of an approved organization.
2.            For amendment of C of C to cover additional technique the applicant shall have acquired at least 3 months recent experience in respective NDT technique under the supervision of a C of C holder in a an approved organization.

Candidates meeting the above requirements can email us their resumes to: trinityndt@yahoo.co.in. For more information about 'Trinity NDT' visit: www.trinityndt.com

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Seminar on Advances in Nondestructive Evaluation(NDE) techniques, Bangalore-India

One day seminar on 17th August, 2011 on 'Advances in Nondestructive Evaluation(NDE) techniques for Aerospace and other Industrial applications' is being organized  jointly by Indian Society for Nondestuctive testing(ISNT), Bangalore Chapter, Society for aerospace technolgies & Industries(SIATI), Bangalore. The NDT seminar is sponsored by Indian Institute of Welding, Bangalore Chapter and Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

The seminar is recommeded for the following:

  • Scientists/Engineers associated in design, development, manufacturing, testing, certification  and operation associated with aircraft and aerospace systems and other industries.
  • Engineers, Manager and Executives from companies/organizations across all the industrial sectors associated in manufacturing activities.
  • Faculty researchers associated in PG and Research studies in areas Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical & Electronic streams

Lectures are delivered by eminent and well known NDE experts from reputed organizations of IGCAR, Kapakkam, General Electrics(GE), Bangalore, National Aerospace Laboratories(NAL), Boeing Aircraft Company Ltd, USA, Indian Institute of Science(IISc), Bangalore, Indian Institute of Technology(IIT)-Madras, Chennai and Military Airworthiness  Certifications Agency.

For more information contact: Hon. Secretary General (SIATI), Aeronautical Society Building, Old Madras Road, Bangalore-560075. Ph:25210051, 25275262, Email: siatiban@gmail.com


Monday, August 8, 2011

Addition of more inspection services at 'Trinity NDT'

'Trinity NDT' is a leading inspection, material testing and training organization in India. The organization has added the following additional and affordable inspection and consulting services for the existing material testing, NDT & Welding inspection and training facilities for the clientele with immediate effect. 

  • Inspection   & expediting of Mechanical engineering equipments
  • Third party inspection service for Machining & fabricated items
  • Process qualification (QA) by qualifying Jigs & fixture to reduce rejection
  • Customer complaint /Site complaint failure analysis
  • Raw material inspection
  • Welder qualification
  • ISO internal auditing and consultation 
For more information on inspection and testing related services at 'Trinity NDT' log on to: www.trinityndt.com or call +91 99009 29439 / 080-28366466

Rising demand to push steel production in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Gazette reported that Saudi Arabia's domestic steel production will grow at a CAGR of around 14% to 2013 on the back of rising steel demand. The report provides a detailed study of the steel industry outlook in Saudi Arabia till 2015. The report noted that the consumption of steel is anticipated to gain an uninterrupted momentum from the government backed massive infrastructure projects.

Government sources said that an estimated USD 400 billion investment will be spent on large infrastructure projects during the next 5 years. This will further boost the steel demand in the country and take iron and steel consumption to over 26 million tonnes by 2015. The Kingdom has shown strong resilience against the economic slowdown, the report said. As a result, Saudi Arabia's steel industry is once again striving hard to achieve exponential growth trajectory and many steel manufacturers have started formulating capacity expansion strategies in response to the fast growing domestic demand.

Saudi Arabia is one of the most attractive destinations for the global crude steel producers. There are several reasons that prompt investors to capture the market, such as its geographical location equidistant from Africa, Europe and Asian countries, cheaper availability of labor compared to Europe and America and cheap & reliable energy & gas resources. Furthermore, steel consumption in the Kingdom has been continuously soaring on the back of fast growing real estate and construction industry. Several infrastructure projects initiated during the past decade have boosted the steel demand in the country. Moreover, consumption of steel is anticipated to gain an uninterrupted momentum from the government backed massive infrastructure projects.

Saudi Arabia has led to the transformation in the GCC infrastructure scenario in recent years with plans to develop six economic cities and other major development schemes. Besides, the Kingdom has initiated massive large scale developments in its infrastructure, economical, industrial and educational projects to revamp the facilities and services provided in the country to enhance business opportunities.

( source: Middle East Steel Magazine)

Advances in Heat Treatment of Forging and Forging Dies, 23rd & 24th November 2011, Pune, India


Foundry & Forge Training centre, Pune is organizing Conference on “Advances in Heat Treatment of Forging and Forging Dies”, 23rd & 24th November 2011, Pune, India.



Technical Papers:
  • ·         Automation in Hardness Checking of Heat Treated Forgings
  • ·         Automation in NDT of Heat Treated Forging (Eddy Current Testing)
  • ·         Ceramic Boards in Furnace Manufacturing
  • ·         Die Heat Treatment
  • ·         Environmental Requirements
  • ·         Fuel / Economy Saving
  • ·         Fuildised Bed Heat Treatment of Crankshafts
  • ·         Furnace Atmosphere
  • ·         Heat Resistant Fixtures for Heat Treatment
  • ·         Heat Treatment of Aluminium Forgings
  • ·         Heat Treatment of Near Net-Shape Forgings
  • ·         Intensive Quenching
  • ·         Problem Solving
  • ·         Quenchants - New Polymers
  • ·         Software for Heat Treatment
  • ·         Surface Nitriding of Heat Treatment Forgings
  • ·         Vacuum Process for Heat Treatment of Dies
Participants Base:
 
  • Management Personnel from Forging Industries
  • Automotive, Railway, Defense Components Manufactures
  • Forging Material/Equipment Suppliers
  • Forging Buyers & Users
  • Academicians, R & D Personnel


 For more information and registrations contact:

FOUNDRY AND FORGE TRAINING CENTRE
37/4/A, 6th Lane, Prabhat Road, Pune 411 004. Tel: 91-20-25674455, 25670808, E-mail: fftc@arkeycell.com, mail@arkeycell.com

Monday, August 1, 2011

Comments about training and experience with 'Trinity Institute of NDT Technology'

It gives me immense pleasure to share the experience of the participants those attended the training with our training institute through this blog. I would like to thank every participant, trainers, staff and alumni for building the institute to such greater heights.

The feed back on all the programs from the participation of Indian and foreign delegates gives me inspiration to add more world class programs in near future. In this regard I would like to share a participant's experience with the readers.


"Simple concepts in physics were explained with excellent clarity. Very methodical and systematic approach aided in good comprehension of subject to students. Inspite of the vast subject(s), matter in going from one NDT technique to another, the lectures were well placed and enabled a good understanding of subject without any confusion. Entire program is kept to time, well paced, recapped at strict intervals. Instructors subject knowledge came through very well. The labs were maintained very methodically. The staff were courteous and good lunch was organized. 

Overall an outstanding and impressive effort.


by
Mrs. Dheepa Srinivasan, General Electric(GE) India"