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INTECH NDE Virtual Technology Week
Monday, January 25 2021 to Friday, January 29 2021
How are non-destructive testing companies, technicians and inspectors supposed to stay up to date with new technologies and products during the pandemic? INTECH NDE has found a creative solution to deliver all the latest and greatest product and technology advancements right to the comfort & safety of your computer screen.
 
On January 25-29th 2021, INTECH NDE will be hosting our industry’s first VIRTUAL TECHNOLOGY WEEK where NDT companies from all across Canada can virtually attend all sessions for free. The week will be packed with real-time presentations by technical experts from across the world.
 
We are offering:
  • Daily demonstrations of industry-leading equipment
  • Unique techniques & application demonstrations
  • Q & A sessions
  • New product launches and updates
With the help of an online conferencing platform INTECH NDE has the opportunity to safely host dozens of suppliers and innovators like Waygate Technologies and Zetec.
 
This is the perfect opportunity to discover new technologies for your business, find solutions for your inspection needs, engage in interesting topics and even learn something new about your existing equipment.
 
Register at the following link: https://cvent.me/3EqXQD
 
If you are involved in inspection this is a great opportunity to learn. This is more than just an Open House.
Location: Online
Contact:
Quintin Bower
General Manager - Intech NDE Edmonton
CINDE Member Webinar Series - NDE 4.0: Why, What, and How?
Thursday, December 17 2020
CINDE Member Webinar Series

Date: December 17, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EST
Duration: 60 minutes
Topic:
NDE 4.0: Why, What, and How?
Presenters: Dr. Ripi Singh and Dr. Johannes Vrana

Abstract:
Dr. Ripi Singh (ASNT, USA) and Dr. Johannes Vrana (DGZfP, Germany)  will tag team the Why, What, and How of NDE 4.0 for the CINDE webinar session as we approach the holiday season.
 
‘The Why’ will cover the need, significance, and impact of Probability of Detection (POD) on Safety and Economic value of asset maintenance.

‘The What’ will start off with a digital twin and dig deeper into digital technologies that make a difference.
 
‘The How’ will cover the role of ISO 56000 standard on innovation management and a simplified process for moving from market insight to value creation, with the NDE 4.0 Eco-system.
 
The duo will also bring awareness around various global efforts on NDE 4.0.
 
Attending the webinar: A confirmation email will be sent on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 with login information for the webinar.

Cost: Non-member: $10
Member: $0
 
Location: Online Webinar
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
d.andrews@cinde.ca
CINDE Member Webinar Series - Updates from the Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) National NDT Certification Body (NDTCB)
Tuesday, December 1 2020
CINDE Member Webinar Series

Date: December 1, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Topic: Updates from the Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) National NDT Certification Body (NDTCB)
Presenter: Robert Skwirut (NDTCB Administrative Supervisor)

Abstract:
At this free webinar open to any in the NDT community, Robert Skwirut will provide updates on the programs that NRCan NDT CB administers.
 
Attending the webinar: A confirmation email will be sent on Friday, November 27, 2020 with login information for the webinar.

Cost: Free for the NDT community

 
Location: Online Webinar
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
d.andrews@cinde.ca
CINDE Member Webinar Series - The Art of Realistic Flawed Specimens - beyond notches and side drilled holes
Tuesday, November 17 2020 at 12:00pm
CINDE Member Webinar Series

We welcome all members and non-members to participate in our new series of webinars designed to provide you with knowledge in a variety of areas related to NDT.

Date: November 17, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EST
Topic: The Art of Realistic Flawed Specimens – beyond notches and side drilled holes
Presenter: Ricky Morgan (FlawTech)

Abstract:
The concept of making flawed specimens seems simple at first thought. Anyone can make a bad weld or product. This is true in concept but making a flawed specimen with accurate dimensions with no distractors other than the intended flaws to gauge an NDT Technicians’ or the CWIs’ performance or ability to properly locate, size and dispatch said specimen to a specific code, procedure or industry standard is another thing all together.
 
For many years I have heard from inspectors how they fear taking practical exams and how hard it is to get practical experience. In this day and age, we are still experiencing only 50% passing rate on some of the standardized Industry Performance Demonstration Exams. Why is that?
 
I believe it is most likely linked to lack of adequate preparation. Just because you do it day in and day out doesn’t mean you don’t need a refresher prior to taking an exam.
 
I will discuss the advantages of having and using realistic flawed specimens to both train on and test with for a variety of industry sectors.
 
Attending the webinar: A confirmation email will be sent on Friday, November 13, 2020 with login information for the webinar.

Cost: Non-member: $10
Member: $0

Register for the webinar here.
Location: Online Webinar
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
d.andrews@cinde.ca
CINDE Member Webinar Series - Robotic NDT Solutions
Tuesday, November 3 2020 at 11:00am EST
CINDE Member Webinar Series
 
We welcome all members and non-members to participate in our new series of webinars designed to provide you with knowledge in a variety of areas related to NDT.

Date: November 3, 2020
Time: 11:00am EST
Topic: Robotic NDT Solutions
Presenter: Christophe Bordeleau, Product Manager, Inuktun Product Line

Abstract:
This presentation highlights how inspection robotics are being used for a range of non-destructive testing (NDT) operations. Eddyfi Technologies presents its remotely operated crawler systems built on an IM3™, or Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular, platform that enables the integration of complementary NDT modalities for assessments in areas where humans can’t or shouldn’t directly access.
 
The synergistic product offering by Eddyfi Technologies leverages the most advanced inspection technologies with robust robotic platforms to safeguard humans and the environment, also helping provide cost and production efficiencies to asset owners and operators across a range of industries.
 
We take a closer look at the Inuktun MaggHD™, a miniature magnetic crawler used for remote visual inspection (RVI) in lieu of hazardous confined space entry (CSE) or working at heights. Mini but mighty, this inspection crawler reduces or eliminates the need for scaffolding and/or rope access for examination of otherwise unreachable areas of assets. We share a real-world example of the MaggHD for tank and vessel inspection with a live product demonstration immediately after.
 
Understanding the growing need to collect more data to empower more informed maintenance decisions, we present a range of integrated technologies for complete assessments with the MaggHD. This includes Tangential Eddy Current Array (TECA™), Pulsed Eddy Current (PEC), and Alternating Current Field Measurement (ACFM®), and Ultrasonic Testing (UT). We break down the advantages and applications with examples for each technique. Beyond IM3™ technology, we share our Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing (PAUT) and Total Focusing Method (TFM) robotic scanner solutions.
 
By the end of this webinar, featuring a live Q&A session with Eddyfi Technologies own NDT expert, you should have a clear understanding of the benefits offered by robotic deployment of NDT sensors, probes and tooling for safer and more efficient inspections.
 
Attending the webinar: A confirmation email will be sent on Friday, October 30 with login information for the webinar.

Cost: Non-member: $10
Member: $0
 
Location: Online Webinar
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
d.andrews@cinde.ca
CINDE Member Webinar Series - Advanced Focusing Techniques for Improved PAUT Inspection Capability
Thursday, October 22 2020 at 12:00pm
CINDE Member Webinar Series

We welcome all members and non-members to participate in our new series of webinars designed to provide you with knowledge in a variety of areas related to NDT.

Date: October 22, 2020
Time: 12:00pm EST
Topic: Advanced Focusing Techniques for Improved PAUT Inspection Capability
Presenter: Michael Monette (Zetec)

Abstract:


This 60 minute presentation will provide attendees with information in the following areas:
  • Principles of Full Matrix Capture (FMC) data recording and advanced focusing techniques (TFM, STF)
  • Benefits of advanced focusing, and discussion of the conditions required to fully exploit their potential
  • Optimization of coverage and detection capability through acoustic field simulation
  • Case studies on various components and damage mechanisms, demonstrating the benefits of advanced focusing techniques:
    • FMC Raw Data Saving for 1D-linear and dual 2D-matrix arrays
    • FMC data reconstruction for various wave modes, and with various advanced algorithms (DMAS, Envelope, etc … )
Attending the webinar: A confirmation email will be sent on Tuesday, October 20 with the login information for the webinar.
Cost: Non-member: $10
Member: $0
 
Location: Online Webinar
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
d.andrews@cinde.ca
NDT in Canada 2020 Conference
Tuesday, May 5 2020 to Thursday, May 7 2020

The Canadian Institute for Non-destructive Evaluation (CINDE) is pleased to announce the NDT in Canada 2020 Conference, held at Caesars Windsor May 5-7, 2020. The theme for this conference is Canada's NDT Vision - Inspection Excellence. This conference brings a number of opportunities to discuss: the end of a decade of amazing NDT innovation, the exciting advancements that NDT professionals have made in NDT techniques and tools, as well as the direction of the industry and new technologies.

 

We invite NDT professionals from across the world to join in our world-class conference and enjoy the high quality programming that CINDE is known for!

 
View more details on www.cinde.ca/conference.
Location: Caesars Windsor, Windsor ON
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services

Past NDT Events Worldwide

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Past Ontario Chapter Events

Ontario Chapter Technical Presentation: Understanding Why it Cracked: On-Site, NDT Crack Identification
Thursday, April 16 2020 at 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Understanding Why it Cracked
On-Site, NDT Crack Identification
 
Understanding the nature of failure or cracking can help direct efforts in preventing repeat failures.  When broken parts can be removed, lab-based failure analysis can be used to determine the details of part failure.  Yet in many cases, such as when cracks are found on pressure vessels, destructive testing is not a viable option.  Field replications and metallography allows for on-site, non-destructive identification of the cracking mode.  This talk will summarize the uses of both failure analysis and on-site evaluation in support of inspection efforts.
 
Speaker: Shane Turcott (Steel Image)
 
Biography - Shane Turcott
 
Shane Turcott, P.Eng has performed over 2500 failure analyzes and metallurgical projects.  He has worked for various companies including Dofasco, Bodycote and Liburdi Turbine Services.  In 2009 he founded Steel Image, an engineering company specializing in failure analysis and on-site material evaluations.  Considered an expert in these fields, he has worked around the world supporting refining, mining, energy and manufacturing.  He is the past Ontario Chair of the American Society of Materials, somewhat funny, has been decorated by McMaster University and once completed a 100 mile running race.
 
Room: Provided 2 days prior to event via email.
 
Members: $0
Non-Members: $10
Location: Mohawk College (Fennell Campus); 135 Fennell Avenue West; Hamilton, ON
Contact:
Don Andrews
Manager, Member Services
events@cinde.ca

Past Quebec Chapter Events

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Past Alberta Events

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