PCN CERTIFICATION

WENS Technical is an Authorized Qualifying body by BINDT to deliver .
 

PCN NDT Scheme Level 1, 2, 3 in accordance with  ENISO 9712:2012.

Method: RT, RTFI,UT,MT,PT,VT, PAUT,TOFD

Scope of approval is for Industrial Sector (MT,VT, PT, PAUT)   

                                      

Product Sector: Welds (UT,RT,MT,PT,VT, TOFD, PAUT)

Product Sector: Castings (RT,UT,MT,PT, VT, PAUT)   

Product Sector: Wrought Products (UT,MT,VT, PAUT)  

PCN Scheme

Welding Inspection Level 1, 2 & 3

Affected Candidate due to Recent AQB withdrawal

We are receiving numerous queries on the recertification examination.  We will provide such exam as initial examination except accepting their training record.

All Candidates appearing for recertification Examination will be done in batches as arranged by the center.

The AQB has the right to verify the training record in order to accept for Initial Examination.

WENS Deliver its services with highest Integrity. You could always approach our training team to attain sufficient knowledge before scheduling the examinations.

Examinations are provident independent to training, Any undue pressure to examination staff will be reported to BINDT.

Ultrasonic Testing
Radiographic Testing

This method employs high frequency sound pulses that are emitted from a transducer; this sound wave is induced in to the material through a probe which is usually in contact with the material. These sound waves propagate through the material, and are reflected back to the probe when they reach an interface. The reflected waves are transmitted back through the probe and connecting leads to a detector which can be either analogue or digital. The sounds waves are then displayed as a series of signals on a monitor and the qualified inspector can measure, and interpret these signals to allow accurate evaluation of the internal structure of the material.

In the PCN certification scheme Ultrasonic Testing is separated into three specific product sectors for certification purposes, these are

*  Welds

*  Wrought Products (Forgings)

*  Castings

The welds sector is further sub divided

into groups, these are

*  Plate Butt Welds

*  Pipe Butt Welds

*  Constructional “T” Joint

*  Nozzles

*  Nodes

The radiographic testing course is for NDT personnel who execute the practical inspection using radioactive material or radiation emitting devices. The radiographic interpretation course is designed purely for the interpretation of the resultant radiographic image. However, to understand the principles of image formation, sensitivity and correct

techniques the general theory syllabus is the same for both courses.

We can provide Radiographic Testing and Interpretation training courses and examinations suitable for any of the following certification schemes

*  PCN EN ISO 9712- Level 1, 2 and 3

*  SNT-TC-1A in accordance with your company written practice

*  We can also provide Preparation training for ASNT Level 3

Visual Testing
Magnetic Particle Testing

This method involves both direct and indirect visual inspection techniques, direct inspection is where the material is inspected directly by the human eye with no additional visual aids, indirect

inspection may involve the use of magnifying glass, mirror, borescope (mini camera), closed-circuit TV etc.

Visual inspection is a crucial NDT method which is too often overlooked, this should be the basis for inspectors starting out in

the NDT industry, for example, a visual examination of an operational plant can often reveal obvious problem areas, such as leaks, excess vibration, corrosion or misalignment, this inspection is a very

cost effective exercise and can be used to identify areas that require further NDT applications.

*  PCN EN ISO 9712- Level 1, 2 and 3

*  SNT-TC-1A in accordance with your company written practice

*  We can also provide Preparation training for ASNT Level 3

This method involves the component under inspection being magnetized, this magnetization process is supplemented

by the application of ferromagnetic particles to the already magnetized surface. The magnetic particles are attracted to areas of flux leakage (escaping magnetism) and indications formed at that point. This method is used to test welds, castings, and forgings for surface or  subsurface defects.

We can provide Magnetic Particle training courses and examinations suitable for any of the following certification schemes

*  PCN EN ISO 9712- Level 1, 2 and 3

*  SNT-TC-1A in accordance with your company written practice

*  We can also provide Preparation training for ASNT Level 3

Penetrant Testing
Welding Inspection

The Weld Inspection training programme provides thorough training and qualification for potential welding inspection personnel who may become involved in the witness, supervision or surveillance of welding inspection activities. It covers theoretical and practical training sessions that link to current industry standards, specifications and codes.

The PCN requirements for Weld Inspector Level 2 are: 12 months supervised work experience.

Once the 40 hours training have been obtained, the examination passed, and 12 months supervised work experience obtained within 24 months of passing the exam, PCN will issue certification.

Note: The examination may be taken before the work experience is completed; however certificates are not issued until proof of work experience is provided. After passing the examination, a results notice is issued by PCN, you then have 24 months to complete the required work experience.

This involves applying a liquid dye to the surface of a material and leaving the dye to “dwell” on the surface for a predetermined period of time. The liquid can be either a colour that is easily visible under normal lighting conditions or a yellow/green fluorescent colour that requires special lighting conditions to be seen effectively. This liquid dye enters into discontinuities that are open to the surface of the material through a phenomenon called “capillary action”.

This capillary action takes place throughout the dwell time and the discontinuity retains this dye when the excess dye is cleaned from the surface. A type of developer is then applied to the surface of the material and the dye that is trapped inside the surface discontinuities is blotted back out on to the surface and forms an indication. This indication is then interpreted by a qualified interpreter. The PT method is suitable on most non absorbent materials.

*  PCN EN ISO 9712- Level 1, 2 and 3

*  SNT-TC-1A in accordance with your company written practice

*  We can also provide Preparation training for ASNT Level 3

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