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PWL#038B - Industrial Radiography, Training, Qualification, Certification, Level I, II, III Insp.
October 16, 2006

Mid October Bulletin

Industrial Radiography, Training, Qualification, Certification, Level I, II, III Inspector, ASNT SNT-TC-1A-2001, Computerized Tomography and more...

16 October 2006


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Online Resources (6)

Our sixth installment of pertinent Resources available online is presented here. This time the subject is Industrial Radiography.

First of all let us remind you of our Website Page on this subject at Welding Inspection.

An introductory article on Inspection Connections can be found at

The American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) is the Organization of NDT Professionals who established the generally accepted Standard rules for personnel qualification and certification in NDT. See:

Recommended Practice No. SNT-TC-1A - Non-Destructive Testing
American Society for Nondestructive Testing, 01-Jan-2001
165 pages
Click to Order.

From ASNT one can get
ASNT Training

and also Manuals and other Books. See

From TWI:

TWI Training & Examinations

TWI Knowledge Summary - Radiography

Digital Radiography - is it for you?

Digital Radiography for the inspection of small defects

From Kodak:
The fundamental text that helped instruct and train generations of radiographers.
Radiography in Modern Industry
A classic downloadable e-book by Kodak in pdf (212 pages).

From AWS:

Guide to AWS NDE Radiographic Interpretation Inspector Certification

Has Computed Radiography’s Time Come for Inspecting Bridges?

To Audit or Not to Audit?

Computed Radiography



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