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Feed back for NDT Training courses by a participant from Kerala

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Dear Sir,
I have completed my NDT level 2 certification course from your institute recently. I attended this course from Kerala. I really appreciate many things during the training period of a few are 
1. The training course is so impressive and quite interesting. The study materials, contents of the training are superb.
2. The trainers are so cool and I could be able to get all my doubts cleared in the class itself with wonderful practical examples.
3. Lab facilities, infrastructure are very good. Conducive environment for learning with great food.


I really enjoyed the course and  would like to thank 'Trinity NDT Institute' for such great training services and for establishing and maintaining the programs with international standards.


with kind regards
Vasanth R Kishore
Palakkad, Kerala

NDT Level 2 certification courses from 18th August 2011, Bangalore, India

NDT Level 2 certification courses are organized from 18th August 2011 at Bangalore, India. The training programs in August, 2011 are as below

Ultrasonic testing - 18th to 22nd

Magnetic Particle testing - 23rd - 24th

Liquid Penetrant testing - 25th - 26th

Radiographic Interpretation - 27th - 29th

Visual testing - 30th -01st Sept 2011

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

Seminar on Advances in Manufacturing Sciences, Technology on 22-24th September 2011, Bangalore, India

Nondestuctive Testing - NDT Career Development Tips, Article by Ravi Kumar at Trinity NDT

Being successful in any stream requires proper goals and guidance for reaching the goals is very much vital. Training and certification for personnel development is one of the important challenges to reach the set goals. An article that may help in building successful NDT career is published by me to help aspiring engineers who have dreams of challenging Nondestructive testing and welding inspector careers or any Quality control Engineer for that matter.


Click here to read complete article on Non-destructive Testing - NDT Career Development Tips. Hope you will enjoy reading the article.

Brief summary of effects of alloying elements on Steel

The following information on brief summary of effects of alloying elements on steel is provided for practicing engineers, NDT trainees and ndtians/technicians and quality control engineers in order to understand and apply these uses for practical related case studies.

NDT Technician job vacancies with Trinity NDT in India

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Trinity NDT is an internationally reputed organization head quartered in Peenya Industrial Estate, Bangalore, India.  Now the NDT company looking is for fresh/experienced NDT technicians for recruitment in Bangalore, India. Candidates with Diploma/BE in engineering are eligible to apply. Candidates with post NDT Level II(2) experience are preferred.

Interested candidates can upload their resumes to: careers@trinityndt.com or contact us on +91 99009 29439.

For more information log on to : www.trinityndt.com

Feedback from the NDT Training participant

Certification: As per ASNT SNT-SNT-TC-1A-2006

Course Attended: Ultrasonic testing-UT Level II

Feedback:

Dear Sir,

We thank you for providing educative atmosphere and very well maintained infrastructure for theory and practicals provided by you and your personnel. It was a good experience and nice concept training provided by your institute. Hope that we will get more knowledge through more training courses from you in the near future.

Thanks and regards
Girish

From Belgaum, Karnataka, India
On 04th July 2011

Brief introduction to Eddy Current Testing, Applications and Limitations

What are Eddy Currents? What is eddy current inspection?
Eddy current inspection is one of several NDT methods that use the principal of electromagnetism” as the basis for conducting examinations. Eddy currents are created through a process called electromagnetic induction. When alternating current is applied to the conductor, such as copper wire, a magnetic field develops in and around the conductor. If another electrical conductor is brought into the close proximity to this changing magnetic field, current will be induced in this second conductor.
 In brief Eddy currents are induced electrical currents that flow in a circular path.


 Where do we used Eddy Currents?  • Crack detection   • Material thickness  measurements  • Coating thickness measurements  • Conductivity measurements


What are the advantages of Eddy current testing as NDT method?
• Eddy current inspection is an excellent  NDT Method for detecting surface and near surface discontinuities when the probable defect location and …