Magnetic Particle Training Level 1 & 2

  • 20 Hours Classroom training following ASNT standard Outline for Qualification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel. SNT-TC-1A recommended practice

  • Courses are offered online and can be studied and reviewed at the student’s convenience and/or pace whenever most convenient to the student (evenings/lunch/weekends/etc.)

  • Lessons are setup in individual chapters and subchapters to help in the learning process making it easier to stop when convenient and review or proceed at the student’s speed

Course Includes:
Digital Content
Written Text
Real world examples
Online textbook included with course
Course Outline:
Introduction Basic Principals of Magnets and Magnetic Fields
Magnetization by means of electric current
Selection of Proper Method of Magnetization
Inspection Materials
Principals of Demagnetization
Magnetic Particle Testing Equipment
Types of Discontinuities
Magnetic Particle Indications From: Cracks to Porosity
Materials from Forging , Casting, Plate, Welds , & Extrusions
Evaluation Techniques
Inspections Procedures & Standards
Acceptance Criteria
Quality Control of Equipment and Processes
Testing Includes:
Exams – Written General
Written Specific
Course Learning Outcomes:

Explain the history and basic principles of Magnetic Particle Testing

Describe the capabilities of Magnetic Particle Testing, and how they are used

Recognize the different types of discontinuities found in magnetic particle testing and describe how a magnetic field affects them

Identify the different types of magnetic fields generated in magnetic particle testing and the equipment to create them

Describe how alternating and direct current can both be applied for demagnetization

Determine the appropriate equipment to be used for a magnetic particle inspection based on different inspection areas

Differentiate different types of discontinuities and Explain how they are formed

Explain how different aspects of magnetic field theory can affect a magnetic particle inspection

Identify flux fields generated by different types of current and Explain how they are leveraged in a magnetic particle inspection

Demonstrate how to perform a magnetic particle inspection using appropriate materials

Apply a magnetic field through each method of magnetization

Apply demagnetization through multiple means and Verify the magnetic field has been removed

List the different types of equipment used and Identify which method is best used with each

Identify the different types of discontinuities found during magnetic particle inspections

Contrast indications found in a magnetic particle inspection against several known defect standards

Identify factors that could negatively affect a magnetic particle inspection and Demonstrate mitigation techniques against them

Discriminate between relevant and non-relevant indications

Modulate the amount of current used in a magnetic particle inspection and Explain why the direction of the current is important

Definitions review

Course review

Price: $798.00


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