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PT. Pratita Prana Citra has a blended training program for Ultrasonic, Liquid Penetrant, Magnetic Particle and Eddy Current Testing.



Of “high-performing” level are led by a certified project manager



That meets quality standards required by our users



Actively engage team members that finishes on time

Some trainings in our company

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Ultrasonic Testing uses high frequency sound waves and energy to determine flaws, inspect material properties and any change in thickness. Ultrasonic locates surface and subsurface defects in materials like plastic, metal, woods, and others. Welding inspection is one of the industry that benefits this technology, aside from oil and gas, automotive, power plant, and other industries that require inspection.
Magnetic Particle Testing uses magnetic field to inspect ferromagnetic material. The magnetic lines then forced to travel through materials to detect surface and near surface defects; and is widely used for welds, pipelines, automotive industries, military, and other needs of crack detection.
Eddy Current takes alternating electrical current to produce their own magnetic fields which can be measured and used to find flaws. This method detects surface and near-surface flaws in conductive materials, permeability, and dimensional features. It is mainly applicable in oil and gas, mining, security, aviation, other industries.
Penetrant Testing is applied to detect cracks or porosity on the surface of the material. Penetrant fills the cracks then a developer is used to pull the penetrant and see the form of defect. The application is exerted on automotive, welds, casting, leak testing, pipeline, aircraft and vessels, power plant inspection,just to name a few.
Radiographic Testing is a non-destructive testing (NDT) method which uses either x-rays or gamma rays to examine the internal structure of manufactured components identifying any flaws or defects.
Phased Array ultrasonic systems utilise multi-element probes, which are individually excited under computer control. By exciting each element in a controlled manner, a focused beam of ultrasound can be generated. Software enables the beam to be steered. Two and three dimensional views can be generated showing the sizes and locations of any flaws detected.
Qualification and Certification

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Every level has different requirements for qualification and certification

Level I

personnel are qualified to :

Calibrations with specific written instructions.
Record test results with clearly written instructions.
Carry out under the direct supervision of a Level II or Level III technician.

Level II

personnel are qualified to :

Set up and calibrate equipment.
Interpret and evaluate results with respect to applicable codes, standards and specifications.
Organize and report the results of nondestructive tests.
Oversee on-the-job training of, and guidance to, Level I and trainee personnel.
Understand the scope and limitations of each method for which he or she is certified.

Level III

personnel are qualified to :

Familiar with nondestructive testing methods as demonstrated by passing an ASNT Level III Basic examination.
Responsible for training and examination Level I and Level II personnel of certification.
Written practice as well as other testing procedures.


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