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Radiographic Film Interpretation - Level  II


Course Duration:     5 Days (40 Hours)                                                                                                   Course Fees:     $1075
Radiographic Film Interpretation - Level II, Classroom NDT training course is developed to meet the requirements of ASNT SNT-TC-1A, CP -189 and other equivalent standards and customer specific written practice for training and certification in this method of Non-Destructive Testing personnel.
After completion of Radiographic Film Interpretation classes, you will get in-depth knowledge of Radiographic Film Interpretation principles, equipment, and application of radiographic techniques and interpretation of radiographic film of various product forms.
Training Examination & Certification Requirement:
During this Radiographic Testing training class, you will give examination in General theory, Specification, and Practical. You are required to successfully pass these three examinations with minimum of 70% grading in each examination and average grading of all three examinations should be 80% minimum as per the requirement of ASNT SNT-TC-1A 2011.
OJT Hours: As per requirements of ASNT SNT-TC-1A, you need to have a minimum of 220 Hours on-job training (OJT) after completion of training classes for certification in this method.
Basic Principle of Radiographic Film Interpretation
Radiography involves the use of penetrating X-ray or gamma radiation to examine the parts and products for imperfections. An X-ray generator or radioactive isotope is used as a source of radiation. Radiation is passed through a specimen onto film or other imaging media. The resulting shadow image shows the dimensional features of the part. Possible imperfections are indicated as density changes on the film in the same manner as medical X-ray shows broken bones.
Course Description:

  • Introduction to Basic Radiation Physics  
  • The principles of Radiographic Techniques  
  • Radiographic Film and Processing
  • Image Quality  
  • Exposure Techniques
  • Film Artifacts   
  • Welding Process
  • Interpretation of Radiographs
  • Evaluation of Discontinues as per Appendix 4
  • Code and Standards  

Hands on Training (Practical) Outlines:

  • Introduction to instruments
  • Radiographic Techniques   
  • Interpretation - Radiographs of Artifacts
  • Interpretation - Radiographs of Casting Discontinuities
  • Interpretation – Radiographs of Welding Discontinuities

Training Material
Training material is supplied at the start of training and divided into different sections followed by practice worksheets and quizzes. Training books also include some referencing code & specifications for examination procedure and for acceptance.
Referencing Code and Standards:

  • ASME Section VIII Division 1 – Appendix 4 (Rounded Indication)  
  • ASME Section VIII Division 1 – UW 51 and UW 52
  • ASME Section V  Article 2 – Radiographic  Examination