The Thermographic testing is an advanced NDT method capable to detect thermally abnormal behavior. The major applications of IRT are: thermal leakage detection (civil construction survey); electric circuits' survey (detection of malfunction); inspection of rotation machines (plant maintenance), and entrapped water detection (aerospace sector).
What you will learn
Training leads the participants through basic principles of the heat transfer. The understanding of distribution of heat in the material is essential correct interpretation of test results.
The level 1 training covers overview of basic theory. Work with thermal imager (thermo-camera) and image analysis will be practiced. The focus is based on practical performance of IRT image capturing. (e.g. setting of imager, choosing of configuration etc.). Training for Level 2 operators covers additionally rules of image analysis and evaluation. Training will cover also rules for accurate temperature measurement.
- Thermal imager operation
- Passive IRT technique
- Active IRT technique (Step heat)
- Active technique (Pulse thermography)
- Image analysis and evaluation
- Health Safety and Environment
The examination and certification process is directly related to qualification system. In case when the training is performed in accordance with EN 473 / ISO 9712 the certificate can be issued by independent European certification body ATG CERT.
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