Eddy Current Testing (ET) is used to measure the conductivity of a material. Changes in the conductivity can indicate discontinuities or deviations in the material structure. A coil is used to introduce a magnetic field into the material. This creates so called eddy currents. The intensity of these currents is a measure for the conductivity and detected variations can indicate discontinuities such as crack in the surface and near sub-surface.
|Level 2||11 days|
|Level 3 after level 2||6 days|
|Level 3 directly||17 days|
1 day theory (ISO 9712 and ASNT)
1 day practical
MME Group has an accredited examination centre. That’s why an in-house examination by Hobéon SKO is possible at the end of the course in accordance with NEN-EN ISO 9712.
According to ISO 9712 and / or ASNT
(Unless indicated otherwise, all NDT courses are taught in Dutch. Please contact us if you are interested in courses in English)