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Magnetic Particle Testing 


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Course Duration:     3 Days (24 Hours)                                                                                                     Course Fees:     $795


Magnetization is possible for certain materials; it is possible to find discontinuities by using a medium (iron powder) with magnetic attraction. Magnetic Particle Inspection is a relatively easy and simple test method that can be applied at various stages of manufacturing and process.

The direction is a more impartment factor than the magnitude of magnetizing current. For reliable inspection, magnetic lines should be perpendicular to the discontinuity. If magnetic lines are parallel to the discontinuity, leakage will be little, and an indication will be small or indefinite.

Cracks distort the magnetic lines of force and create poles on either side of the crack. Strength depends on the number of interrupted lines of force. An indication of maximum size is found when magnetic lines are at a right angle to the discontinuity. The Intensity of magnetization depends upon the susceptibility of the material to become magnetized

NDT Consultancy Services provides training and testing services in Magnetic Particle Inspection (MT), and  services include:

  • Dry Powder Magnetic Particle Examination
  • Wet Visible Magnetic Particle Examination
  • Wet Fluorescent Magnetic Particle Examination (WFMT)
  • Magnetic Particle Examination with Yoke
  • Magnetic Particle Examination with coils

Applicable Code / Specification used for Magnetic Particle Examination:

  • ASME Section V, A 709, 2004 Edition
  • ASME Section I, Boilers
  • ASME Section VIII, Pressure Vessels
  • ASME B31.1, Power Piping
  • ASME B31.3, Petrochemical Piping
  • AWS D1.1
  • API 1104
  • API 6A

Application of Magnetic Particle Testing


  • Nuclear Industries
  • Ship Building Industries
  • Oil Industries
  • Refinery and Petrochemical Industries
  • Steel Industries
  • Aerospace Industries


  • Offshore platforms
  • Construction and maintenance of pipelines
  • Pressure vessels
  • Bridges
  • Cranes Tanks and tankers
  • Aerospace vehicles
  • Power generation equipment
  • Research facility