Ultrasonic testing


  • Regular Class Timings :
    Morning : 10.00 am TO 01.00 pm
    Afternoon : 02.00 pm TO 04.00 pm
    Evening : 06.00 pm TO 08.00 pm
  • Weekend Classes Timing :
    Morning : 10.00am TO 02.00 pm


  • ITI
  • BE

Ultrasonic Testing (UT) Level - I

To provide a basic knowledge of UT to enable a participant to carryout tests according to an established procedure under the supervision of a level II or level III personnel. The course is especially designed to provide a sound theoretical knowledge and practical skill for UT required for a Level I (1) technician

To carryout operation as per written procedure/instruction from Level II personnel. He shall be able to set up the equipment, calibrate and carryout the tests, classify and report the results. He shall not be responsible for the choice of the test technique nor for assessment of the test results.

1.Properties of Sound
3.Generation of Ultrasonic waves
4.Interaction of ultrasound with matter and boundaries
5.Types of Probes
6.Test Methods
7.Test Equipment
9.Test Variables
10. procedures
11.Types of Discontinuities

Complete calibration of ultrasonic flaw detection equipment for various types of transducers, Discontinuity Detection, Locating the flaw and Size Estimation Techniques.

Ultrasonic Testing (UT) Level - II

The course is intended to provide through grounding in the principle of Ultrasonic Testing-UT and fundamentals of material and process such that the trainee would be able to ,

  • Identify suitability of UT for the material and inspection technique
  • Develop techniques and procedures that can be followed by a Level I operator
  • Analyse the test result and document the same
  • Be familiar with codes, standards and specifications for UT to evaluate results of the tests
  • A certified UT Level II (2) personnel is qualified to ,

    • Select proper test technique, equipment and probes
    • Set up and calibrate the equipment
    • Perform testing and interpret the results as per applicable standards
    • Have knowledge of the scope and limitations of UT
    • Be familiar with production processes of the test material and knowledge of type and location of expected defects
    • To develop UT technique for testing a particular job
    • Prepare test report for i. Accept ii. Reject iii. Rework
    • Prepare written instruction for Level I
    • Guide and check test results of Level I operators
    • Responsible for care and maintenance of the NDT/UT equipment

    1.Review of Level-I course
    2.In-depth study of test Variables
    3.Immersion Techniques
    4.Principles of DGS/DAC Methods
    5.Echo dynamics for Reflector Evaluation
    6.Codes, standards and Procedures
    7.Acceptance Standards
    8.Evaluation of Test Equipment
    9.Manufacturing Process and Discontinuities

    Same as for Level 1 course + Interpretation, Evaluation of Indications using DGS/DAC. Evaluation Methods and Echo Dynamics, Beam Profile and Plotting