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It is estimated that approximately 20 million tons of industrial paint is produced annually world-wide. Such large amount of paint requires a proportionately large number of personnel for its application, supervision and quality control.....

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Courses in Non-Destructive Testing

Non-Destructive testing consists of a number of non-invasive techniques to determine the integrity of a material, component or a structure or quantitatively measure some characteristic of an object.  Or simply put it is “testing without doing harm to the object being tested”.  Some typical applications of NDT are:
1. Flaw detection
2. Leak detection
3. Location determination
4. Dimensional measurements
5. Structure & micro structure characterization
6. Estimation of mechanical & physical properties
7. Stress and dynamic response measurements
8. Material Sorting
9. Chemicals Composition Determination etc.,
NDT is used in a variety of settings that covers a wide range of industrial activities in such diverse fields as:
 Automotive  Aiation/ Aerospace  Powerplants  Construction  Maintenance and repair  Manufacturing  Industrial plants such as Nuclear, Petrochemical, Power, Refineries, Pulp and Paper, Fabrication shops, Mine processing and their Risk Based Inspection programmes  Pipelines  Railways  Wire Rope Testing for, Crane Wires, Rope-way Wires  Medical imaging applications, to name a few

Successful and consistent application of nondestructive testing techniques depends heavily on appropriate training, experience and integrity.  Personnel involved in application of Industrial NDT methods and interpretation of results should be certified, and in some industrial sectors certification is enforced by law or by the applied codes and standards. 

NDT Level 2