Training Courses



Magnetic Particle Inspection

This NDT method is one of the fastest and most cost effective non destructive examinations available for ferromagnetic materials such as castings, weldments, forgings, machined or stamped parts). With this process one can effectively identify a leak by applying a magnetic field into the part.
The inspector is applying the developer to test area. for penetrant testing. Several developer types are available, including: non-aqueous wet developer, dry powder and water-suspendable.

Liquid Penetrant Inspection

LPI has the advantage of being able to detect flaws in non-metallic and non-ferromagnetic materials and is also one of the most portable of the surface inspection methods, allowing us to conduct a comprehensive on-site penetrant inspection.

Ultrasonic Testing

With this NDT testing service, one can use ultrasonic waveforms that pass through a material to detect flaws and provide a complete volumetric inspection. It is often performed on steel and other metals and alloys, and is used in many industries including steel and aluminium construction, metallurgy, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive and other transportation sectors.

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Radiographic Testing

This method uses either x-rays or gamma rays to examine the internal structure of manufactured components identifying any flaws or defects. In radiographic Testing the test part is placed between the radiation source and film. The radiation sources that are used in this method utilise higher energy levels, i.e. shorter wavelength versions of the electromagnetic waves.

Visual Testing (VT)

SITS provides a wide range of visual testing training services that in most cases can be the first method of inspection to detect any defects and observe problems in the earliest stages of fabrication. This most commonly used NDT method across all industries allows for a feasible and fast control of quality at every step of maintenance

The inspector review weld of the pipe on the radiographic film. Radiography is an imaging technique using X-rays, gamma rays, or similar radiation to view the internal form of an object.


Radiographic films with natural and artificial discontinuities in welds are being provided for the practical. Understanding the basic principles of the radiographic inspection procedure, recognizing limitations in exposure quality and assessing radiographic quality, etc., are provided.