TCAT I - Infrared Thermography Accredited Certification (Perth)

06 December 2021 08:15 - 10 December 2021 16:30

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Seat Cost

Cost $3,275.00
GST $327.50
Total $3,602.50
Prices are AUD
TCAT I - Infrared Thermography Accredited Certification (Perth)

Overview

The use of Infrared Thermography (IRT) using measurements of surface temperature to monitor condition and diagnose faults in civil, mechanical and electrical systems has become a key activity in predictive maintenance programmes for most industries.

The effectiveness of these programmes depends on the capability of individuals who perform the measurements and analyse the data.

TCAT I teaches the necessary skills for industrial infrared thermography measurements, basic fault detection and severity assessment using established procedures.

Internationally recognised

SVT’s TCAT Thermography courses comply with International Standards ISO 18436-1, ISO 18436-3, ISO 18436-7, ISO/IEC 17024, ASNT SNT TC 1A and offer optional certification by the Australian Institute of Non-destructive Testing (AINDT), or British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT).

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Course Duration:

5 days training including an optional certification exam.


Content

  • Principles of infrared technology
  • Equipment and data acquisition
  • Image processing
  • General applications
  • Diagnostics and prognostics
  • Condition monitoring applications
  • Corrective actions
  • Reporting and documentation (ISO standards)
  • Condition monitoring program design, implementation and management

Who Should Attend

  • Operators of infrared thermographic equipment thermographic equipment
  • Condition monitoring personnel
  • Facility engineers
  • Reliability personnel

Participants will learn how to:

  • Apply a specific thermographic measurement technique
  • Setup and operate thermal imaging equipment for safe data collection
  • Prevent, minimise or control poor data and error sources
  • Perform basic fault detection, severity assessment and diagnosis in accordance with established instructions
  • Perform basic image post processing
  • Maintain a database of results and trends
  • Verify the calibration of thermographic measurement systems
  • Evaluate and report test results and highlight areas of concern
  • Recognise, control and prevent factors that result in the acquisition of poor quality data
  • Supervise and instruct level 1 and 2 duties

These skills will enable them to perform thermographic measurement and recognise general faults across a broad range of plant and equipment.