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welding inspector course

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What is Welding Inspection? Welding inspection is the use of technological applications to inspect or assess the quality of the welds. It is also to confirm the presence, location and coverage of the welds. In the field of fabricator, the welds are used to connect two or more metal surfaces. As the welds carry the brunt of loads, it can encounter fatigue which may be detrimental if proper inspection is not carried out. There are many reasons as to why welding inspection should be carried out. However, the most prominent reason is to ensure that the welds are of the quality that will allow them to carry out their performance to the max. In most cases, quality of the welds is determined on the basis of which functions it performs. There are some few ways to tell if a weld is correct. Wh...

what is Non destructive testing ( NDT)?

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Today, non -destructive testing is most often understood as an analysis of the reliability and other properties and the main working characteristics of the entire object or its individual elements (sections), not related to the removal of this object from work or its dismantling. In other words, we are talking about checking the product without any destruction (nondestructive inspection-NDI). And this is precisely its main difference from destructive control. A simple example. In order to assess the tensile strength of an object, in any case, it is necessary to apply a load, after which the object will no longer be suitable for operation (car crash tests can be referred to such methods). As for the basic methods of non-destructive testing, then they are such methods as : magneti...