Who We Are

Pratita Prana Citra is a leading training, certification, and recertification center dedicated to ensuring that all your Non- Destructive Testing (NDT) needs are met with excellence and compliance to industry standards.

Since our establishment in 2014, we have been at the forefront of delivering comprehensive trainings that not only meet but exceed industry expectations. Our focus lies in staying abreast of the latest technology trends in NDT, ensuring that our trainings are up-to-date and relevant to the evolving needs of various industries.

Over the years, we have proudly served more than 20 notable organizations, equipping over 150 participants with the necessary skills and certifications to excel in their respective fields. As a subsidiary of PT. Pratita Prama Nugraha, we uphold a commitment to excellence and integrity in ensuring the industrial safety in Indonesia through NDT.


Why Choose Us

Our trainers possess over a decade of experience each, holding recognized NDT Level III certificated. They are well- known for their expertise in various industries including Oil & Gas, Geothermal, Petrochemical, Aviation, and Welding Inspection.

We offer comprehensive training, examination, and preparation services for Level I and Level II certification and recertification, ensuring compliance with international standard such as SNT-TC-1A and others.







Our Trainings and Methods

Our training sessions are best conducted offline to ensure active involvement from participants in classroom sessions and hands-on equipment demos and trials. Our syllabus refers to international standart, we provide 60% practice and 40% theory, your trainings are custom-designed to meet clients' needs and accommodate their preferred schedules. As the majority of our clientele is based in Jakarta, most trainings take place at our parent company's office, with additional sessions held at one of Pratita's branch offices in Surabaya and we also provide on-site training.

Training material will be delivered by ASNT NDT level 3 in the form of presentations, questions and answers, and practice of NDT method application. We use equipment that has a good brand, and testpieces and exam. Our comprehensive trainings encompass the latest methods ut ilized in the NDT industry, including:

Ultrasonic Testing (UT) utilizes high-frequency sound waves and energy to detect flaws, inspect material properties, and measure changes in thickness. This method is effective in locating surface and subsurface defects in various materials such as plastic, metal, wood, and others. Industries benefiting from this technology include welding inspection, as well as oil and gas, automotive, power plants, and others requiring precise inspection services.
Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) utilizes a magnetic field to inspect ferromagnetic materials. Magnetic lines are forced through materials to detect surface and near-surface defects, making it widely used in industries such as welding, pipelines, automotive, military, and other applications requiring crack detection.
Eddy Current Testing (ECT) employs alternating electrical current to generate magnetic fields, which are then measured to identify flaws. This method is effective in detecting surface and near-surface flaws, permeability, and dimensional features in conductive materials. ECT finds applications in industries such as oil and gas, mining, security, aviation, and others.
Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT) is used to detect cracks or porosity on the surface of materials. Penetrant is applied, filling the cracks, and then a developer is used to pull out the penetrant, revealing the form of the defect. This method is commonly used in automotive, welding, casting, leak testing, pipeline, aircraft and vessel inspection, power plant inspection, and various other industries.
Radiography Testing (RT) is employed to examine the internal structure of materials for defects or irregularities without causing damage to the tested components. It utilizes X-rays or gamma rays to penetrate the inspected material, producing high-resolution images known as radiographs. These radiographs reveal internal flaws such as cracks, voids, inclusions, or discontinuities, providing valuable insights into the integrity and quality of the tested material. Radiography testing is crucial in industries such as aerospace, automotive, construction, manufacturing, and oil & gas.
Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) is an NDT method that uses advanced ultrasonic technology to inspect materials for defects. In PAUT, multiple ultrasonic elements are arranged in a phased array probe, allowing for the generation of focused, steered, and swept ultrasonic beams. These beams can be controlled electronically to optimize the inspection process, providing detailed and accurate imaging of internal structures and defects in a wide range of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. PAUT offers advantages such as faster inspection times, improved defect detection capabilities, and the ability to inspect complex geometries with greater accuracy compared to traditional ultrasonic testing methods. It is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, oil and gas, automotive, and manufacturing for the inspection of welds, pipes, and other critical components.
Time of flight diffraction is an advanced non-destructive testing method used for weld inspection. Time of flight diffraction (TOFD) is one of the most reliable non-destructive testing methods in testing welds for both pre-service and in-service inspection.
A multi-scan approach was required for the total focusing method / full matrix capture methods. The first objective was to establish a sound field that directed ultrasonic energy towards the bottom of the weld in order to detect the root lack of fusion. The established zone is shown below and encompasses the entire thickness and about 0.30” in the index axis dimension. A pulsed-echo TT wave set was used to detect the root LOF. The root LOF corner trap was detected clearly at high intensity as was the tip of the LOF.
Computed radiography (CR) NDT uses a filmless process to create digital, 2-dimensional radiographs. Digital radiography NDT provides radiographic images from a computer using the same conventional radiography exposure equipment. Computed radiography eliminates the need for chemical processing, uses lower source strength, enables smaller boundaries and yields quicker results. Computed radiography NDT provides images with a higher resolution and definition, providing greater detail for evaluation. Data storage and retrieval could not be simpler and information can be shared via the internet.
Digital radiography (DR) is an advanced form of x-ray inspection which produces a digital radiographic image instantly on a computer. This technique uses x-ray sensitive plates to capture data during object examination, which is immediately transferred to a computer without the use of an intermediate cassette.

Trainings Outcome

Our courses are designed to empower participants with the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to excel in the field of NDT. At the conclusion of our courses, participants will be equipped to:

Evaluate and report results accurately and efficiently

Calibrate equipment using appropriate calibration standards effectively

Articulate the scope and limitations of the method clearly

Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the body of knowledge in NDT methods

Apply proper procedures with precision and expertise

Select suitable equipment and accessories for various applications with confidence

Our Activities

The trainings we have conducted over the years for our clients

Ultrasonic Testing Level II

Madura • 06 Dec 2023

PT. PJB Academy
Ultrasonic Testing Level II

Jakarta • 18 Jan 2024

Radiograph Interpreter

Jakarta • 13 Feb 2024