NDT Radiography Testing
Industrial radiography is a nondestructive method that is used to examine components and structures using x-rays or gamma rays in order detect internal discontinuities and flaws or to confirm structural integrity.
ATS offers certification courses to multiple standards including SNT-TC-1A and NAS 410.
SNT-TC-1A – This is American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) recommended practice that provides guidelines to companies establishing an in-house certification program. This standard is updated on an annual basis.
NAS 410 – This is the personnel qualification and certification standards for companies that have been contracted by the military and other government entities to provide NDT services.
Level I – 40 Hours - Level I is a comprehensive course in the principles and theory of radiography, which includes radiation safety, operation of radiographic equipment, as well as film and film processing
Level II – 40 Hours - Level II is an advanced course in radiographic techniques, radiation safety requirements, and film interpretation principles. Technique development and operation in accordance with codes and standards is stressed
Film Interpretation – 40 Hours - A specialized course designed to develop skills in evaluating radiographs.
Radiation Safety – 40 Hours - Radiation safety is an intensive course covering safety requirements for a radiographer certification.
Classes, Instructors, and More
Our interactive classes offer hands on training in multiple locations throughout the US. Onsite training is also available for companies who want to bring ATS’ premier technical training to their facility. Our Level III instructors have years of experience in many industries and offer a practical insight on real world scenarios.