Career opportunities as an ASNT Level II:

Future NDT recruitment panel constantly works on getting the candidates placed in the industries with best possible opportunities.

Following are the fields ASNT Level II candidates will be placed,

 

APPLICATION OF NDT IN INDUSTRIAL FIELD:

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NDT in Production Industries

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NDT in Manufacturing Industries.

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NDT in Fabrication Industries

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NDT in Power Plants

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NDT in Refinery Plants

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NDT in Oil & Gas Plants

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NDT in Aviation Industries.

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NDT in Marine Industries.

9NDT in -Boiler/Tanks

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NDT on Heat Exchanger

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NDT on Columns

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NDT on Tanks/Pressure Vessals

13NDT in Railways

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NDT in Castings

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NDT in Forgings

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NDT in Mining Industries

NDT Responsibilities of QC Engineer in Project:

  • Coordination of NDT activities in the project: QC Engineer is the person responsible to control NDT in the project. Normally NDT is performed by technicians of NDT subcontractor and they are working as per the direction of project QC.
  • Hence QC would require to prepare NDT request, (selection of components for NDT as per applicable standard), selection of suitable NDT method, arrange radiography work permit, locate and identify joints for NDT, arrange for lighting and scaffolding etc.
  • Witness NDT: QC Engineer has responsibility to witness ultrasonic testing, penetrant testing, and magnetic particle testing etc. at job site while technician performs NDT.
  • Radiographic Test Film Interpretation: In the case of radiographic testing QC is responsible to interpret (RTFI) radiography film.
  • Review of NDT Reports: QC Engineer is responsible to review NDT reports prepared by NDT technician.
  • Documentation: QC Engineer is responsible to maintain test results of NDT in the project.
Usually NDT & QA/QC Engineers working in industries have to do following activities at site.

1. Pre-Inspection Meeting

2. Inspection of Raw materials

3. NDT / Destructive testing involved in raw material Inspection.

4. Material Certificate Control

5. Review of Drawings

6. Review of Procedures

7. Review of operator qualification

8. Fit up inspection of spools

9. Monitoring of Welds

10. Visual Inspection of finished welds

11. Identification of spools

12. Post Weld Heat Treatment

13. Hardness Test

14. NDT Inspection of welds

15. Surface Preparation and painting of spools

16. Inspection at erection (Fit up, Welding, PWHT, NDT etc.)

17. Pressure Test

18. Coating Inspection.

Career opportunities after ASNT Level II:

The candidates with enough experienceon ASNT Level-ll can update his career with following advanced certifications, which will provide them highly paid salaries and wide range opportunities in India & Abroad.

Advanced Certification Eligibility Job Designation
ASNT Level III  

ASNT Level II Certification

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Min 1 Year Experience

NDT Inspector or Third Party Inspector as per ASNT Standards
PCN Level II & III NDT Inspector or Third Party Inspector as per BINDT Standards.
AWS- CWI American welding Society- Certified welding Inspector
CSWIP Welding Inspector
API Pressure Vessel Inspector
NACE LEVEL II& III National Association of Corrosion Engineers
BARC Level I, II Certified Radiographer