PCN - NDT

 
 

RADIOGRAPHIC FILM INTERPRETATION (WELDS)

 

Course Content

 
Welding processes and weld defects; properties of X- and gamma-rays; sensitometry; film selection; film processing and spurious indications; factors controlling contrast and definition; X- and gamma-ray equipment; ionising radiation hazards; regulations; use of screens and filters; selection of angle of aspect; image quality indicators; defect depth location; castings; reporting.
 

Certification / Awarding Body

 

Course Objectives:

 
  • To list radiographic techniques
  • To state origins of defects
  • To recognise and differentiate between film artefacts and defect indications
  • To interpret radiographs and to categories and size the defects
  • To meet the syllabus for PCN Level 2
 

Course Duration :

 
The minimum required duration of training, which includes both theoretical and practical elements, is:
 
  • Level 2 - 56 hours
 

Entry Requirements (For Examination)

The minimum duration for experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is:
 
  • Level - not applicable
  • Level 2 - 6 months
 
 
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