Non-Destructive Testing in Hazardous Service Applications

 Free Non-Destructive Testing Webinar
Featured speakers:
Asad Choudry Global Product Manager API Pumps ITT Industrial Process Bill Goodman Director, Product Design Engineering ITT Industrial Process Jim Claypool Sr. Welding Engineer ITT Industrial Process
Non-Destructive Testing for Hazardous Services ApplicationsLive Webcast Sponsored by ITT Goulds Pumps July 14, 2015 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST In a hazardous services environment, process pumps are often exposed to highly damaging substances, rendering them more susceptible to unplanned failures and costly repairs. Non-destructive testing (NDT) of pumps ensures the highest material and manufacturing quality is upheld and safeguards against potentially harmful emissions.   In this session, pump industry experts from ITT Goulds Pumps will explain how NDT plays a critical role in maintaining a safe and reliable operation. Failure to perform quality control inspections introduces the potential for inherent discontinuities to become defects, resulting in possible operating failure.   Webcast attendees will come away with a better understanding of typical NDT methods and how they can be applied to pumps at their applications. Product and application specialists will review the five main NDT methods as well as the range of considerations for the customer when communicating specifications to the pump manufacturer.   Attendees will learn:

  • The types of services that might be considered hazardous
  • How to define and identify hazardous services and specify inspection plans
  • How testing guidelines change with different applications or with varying application parameters
  • How casting defects affect operations
  • Five major NDT methods to detect discontinuities
    • VT – Visual Testing
    • PT – Penetrant Testing
    • MT – Magnetic Particle Testing
    • RT – Radiographic Testing
    • UT – Ultrasonic Testing

This webcast will empower attendees with a comprehensive understanding of non-destructive testing and how it can improve pump system reliability and safety, as well as the productivity of their own operations.   Don’t miss out on this informative webinar! Click Here to register