Magnetic Particle

Magnetic Particle Testing (Level 1, 2 & 3)

Magnetic Particle inspection is used to identify surface and near surface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials such as steel and iron. The technique uses the principle that magnetic lines of force (flux) will be distorted by the presence of a discontinuity. Discontinuities (for example, cracks) are located from the flux distortion following the application of fine magnetic particles to the area under test.

Typical Applications
- Inspection of Castings
- Inspection of Forgings
- Inspection of Welds

Industries that use  Magnetic Particle Testing
- Service Inspection Companies
- Smelters & Foundries
- Rolling & Forging Mills
- Petro Chemical & Refineries
- Mining & Mineral Processing
- Aircraft Maintenance & Manufacturing
- Vehicle Maintenance & Manufacturing
- Government Bodies
- Engineering Firms
- Research & Development Facilities
- Education & Training
- Equipment Manufacture & Sales
- Maintenance, Service & Repair of Equipment 

 

Magnetic Particle Courses offered

Magnetic Particle Level 1 AINDT (ISO 9712)
- Training Hours: 24 hours (3 classroom days)
- Course Pre-requisites: LL&N
- Course Syllabus: Magnetic Particle Testing Level 1 (MT1)
- Enrolment Form: Magnetic Particle Course Enrolment Form

Magnetic Particle Level 2 AINDT (ISO 9712)
- Training Hours: 40 hours (5 classroom days)
- Course Pre-requisites: Materials Technology*
- Course Syllabus: Magnetic Particle Testing Level 2 (MT2)
- Enrolment Form: Magnetic Particle Course Enrolment Form

Magnetic Particle Level 3 AINDT (ISO 9712)
- Training Hours: 40 hours (5 classroom days)
- Course Pre-requisites: Current MT2
- Enrolment Form: Level 3 Course Enrolment Form (pdf) 

 

General Information 

Recommended Pre-Course Study
- Not applicable

Pre Course Learning Tools and Assessments
- PreCourse LLN Revision Question Worksheet (pdf)
- PreCourse LLN Revision Answer Worksheet (pdf)
- Pre-course Assessment - Materials Technology (Multi-sector) Knowledge Test (pdf)

NDT Training Aids 
- Not Applicable

Technical paper and articles
- AS vs ASME - Surface Methods (pdf)
- Simulation Software for NDT Training and Development (pdf)
- Simulation tools for the NDT community (pdf)

ATTAR Student Handbook
- ATTAR Student Handbook (pdf)

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Enquiries
For further information including Course Fees please contact our Training Team
Phone: +61 3 9574 6144 or 1 300 139 155 (when calling from within Australia) 
Email: training@attar.com.au