Sunday, December 29, 2013

Dye Penetant Inspection - Strippable developed film (PS-91) - A new NDT product Launch at Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Dye Penetant Inspection - Strippable developed film (PS-91) - A new NDT product Launch at Vadodara, Gujarat, India

P-Met has developed a new product complimenting PMC Liquid Penetrant products; viz. PMC Flawcheck and PMC Lumincheck. The product name and its identity code are Strippable developed film (PS-91). This product was displayed in Asia Pacific Conference on Non destructive Testing held in Mumbai during 18-22 Nov. 2013.
Strippable developed film PMC PS-91
It is white colour liquid used to obtain photo film as a permanent record of defects indications.
How to use?
1. Use PMC Flawcheck liquid Dye Penetrant products or PMC Lumincheck products to detect and identify defects in the any engineering metallic parts.
2. Wait for the development of defecting the case if any.
3. If there are no defects, use of this PMC PS-91 is not required.
4. However, if defect indications are established use of PMC PS-91 (if permanent record is required) will be necessary.
S. Spray from aerosol can or spread PMC PS-91 on the engineering part where defect indications are observed.
6. Wait for liquid to be dried use of gentle air flow from the fan or use of mild hot air (temperature not more than 50deg C) will assist faster drying.
7. After film is dried remove the film gently from the edge separating it from the engineering part.
8. Indication of defects in either red colour or in yellowish green will be observed depending on use of PMC Flawcheck products are used or PMC Lumincheck products are used.
9. The strippable film can be permanently preserved by placing it in a proper record book or in plastic cover.
Precautions:
1. Shake well before use
2. Do not shake the material while application
3. Do not take internally. For industrial use only
4. Keep the container in cool storage place.
S. Do not store in sun or in hot atmosphere
6. Always make sure that nosel of aerosol can is cleaned after each use.
7. While removing the film ensure gentle process of removing of stripping the film
This product is compatible to P-Met consumable products for Dye penetrant inspection and not with any other products.
For More details contact the DPT Products Chemicals Manufacturer: M/s. P-Met hi-tech company (P) Ltd, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

AWS CWI Welding Inspector Training Certification Courses in Bangalore, India

AWS CWI Welding Inspector Training Certification Courses in Bangalore, India

A Great Opportunity to become Certified Welding Inspector by American Welding Society (AWS) - AWS-CWI Seminar and Certification at Bangalore, India. 

Trinity NDT in association with Intertek-Moody is organizing AWS-CWI seminar and Examination in India at Bangalore from 10th Feb to 15th Feb 2014. Preparatory courses will commence from 03rd Feb 2014. For more information on AWS-CWI Welding Inspector Courses in India at Trinity NDT,  email us your request to : welding@trinityndt.com or call +91 98441 29439 / 99009 29439 / 9141 339994 Visit: www.trinityndt.com

Monday, December 23, 2013

Ultrasonic testing Level II training courses at steel plant for QA/QC personnel


Ultrasonic testing Level II training course participants at steel plant for QA/QC personnel
Trinity NDT organized Ultrasonic testing Level II training courses at steel plant for QC personnel of the plant recently. The training has been taken up by our trainer Mr Shiva Kumar. R. The training course just completed on 21 st December 2013. Snap shots of the program are here. For more information on upcoming training courses and inquiries to conduct the program at the client location visit: www.trinityndt.com or call: +91 98441 29439 / 91 41 339994

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Welding Inspector Exam preparatory courses tentatively from 03rd February 2014 in India at Bangalore

Welding Inspector Courses Announcement for India in Bangalore

Trinity NDT is organizing Welding Inspector preparatory courses tentatively from 03rd February 2014 and the seminar with exams will be from 10th February to 15th February 2014. More details will be announced shortly. Interested candidates can contact Our Course Co-Ordinator on +91 9141 339994 / 98441 29439 or email: welding@trinityndt.com

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Visit Trinity NDT Stall No. 22 at Defense Aerospace and Homeland Security - Defexpo 2013 to be held 12-14 Dec'2013 at Bangalore, India

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Visit Trinity NDT Stall No. 22 at Defense Aerospace and Homeland Security - Defexpo 2013 to be held 12-14 Dec'2013 at Dr Prabhakar Kore Convention Centre, Near CMTI, Tumkur Road, Bangalore, India. For more about the event log on to http://msmedefexpo.in/

Monday, December 9, 2013

Trinity NDT is Celebrating 12th Anniversary Today at Bengaluru, India

Trinity NDT is Celebrating 12th Anniversary Today. The celebration will commence at 10.00AM. All are welcome!
We Trinity NDTians, would like to thank and appreciate the support of every customer and training participants for their continued support and patronage.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Ultrasonic Testing procedure by Trinity NDT, Bangalore, India-Twin Crystal calibration

Ultrasonic Testing procedure by Trinity NDT, Bangalore, India-Twin Crystal calibration

Calibration procedure for 25mm steel Using Dual Crystal Transducer

1. Connect probe leads to Ultrasonictesting equipment using two cables, select twin crystal Mode.
2. On the Ultrasonic testing equipment, select the test range to 10mm position and Ultrasonic test velocity inside the steel is 5920m/s to be adjusted on the equipment
3. Using Gain Control select the gain at approximately 40 dB
4. Switch Suppression (Reject) Control to off.
5. Position leading edge of Initial pulse at ‘0’ on the Ultrasonic testing machine screen grid line.
6. Apply couplant to the 'V1' block and place probe on the block. There should be no change in display since 25mm thickness of block will be outside range of the base at present.
7. Adjust the echoes such that a 2nd signal should appear to the right side of the ultrasonic equipment screen. This is 1st Back wall echo from IIW V1 block 25mm thickness
8. Using delay control adjust the initial pulse to ‘0’ on the Ultrasonic equipment screen
9. Adjust the Range and Delay controls to get the Initial pulse and BWE from 25mm thickness of the block on screen
10. Adjust delay control to move the 1st BWE to center of the screen. Second Back wall echo now will be appearing towards the right side of the Ultrasonic test equipment display.
11. Using delay control adjusts the 1st BWE to ‘0’ and using range control adjusts the 2nd BWE to the extreme right side of the screen (end of the screen). Repeat the adjustments if needed to adjust the 1st BWE to ‘0’ and 2nd BWE to the extreme right side of the screen.

12. Now using delay control bring the 1st BWE to the extreme right side of the screen. Now the distance between Initial Pulse and 1st BWE is 25mm and the total range calibrated using twin crystal is 0-25mm of steel. (Note: There may not be an Initial pulse after this calibration on the Ultrasonic equipment screen)