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Jiri Brus
Jiri Brus
00:42 Mar-01-2005
Interlaboratory comparison in NDT area

Dear NDT managers,
can anybady help me to solve problem with
interlaboratory comparison test in NDT area ?
Does anybody do somthink like that ?
What can be a result, if nondestructive testing
is allowed to be nonquantitative method ?
Thank you


    
 
 
N.Kuppusamy
Consultant, NDT Level-III Engineer
Advanced Inspection & Testing (S) Pte Ltd, Singapore, Joined Dec 2003, 34

N.Kuppusamy

Consultant, NDT Level-III Engineer
Advanced Inspection & Testing (S) Pte Ltd,
Singapore,
Joined Dec 2003
34
00:31 Mar-02-2005
Re: Interlaboratory comparison in NDT area
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Hi,
We do it in Singapore as part of our accreditation program. We compare only result (such as type of defect, length, location, Accept or reject & procedure) within mutually acceptable error margin.

If there is unacceptable variation in test result. All representatives (mostly Level-III or designated person by the company) from participating laboratories meet and discuss the problem, find out the source of error, then come out with a set of rules to prevent such deviations in future.

Please tell about your problem, because it should be approached case by case basis.

Regards,
N.Kuppusamy
: Dear NDT managers,
: can anybady help me to solve problem with
: interlaboratory comparison test in NDT area ?
: Does anybody do somthink like that ?
: What can be a result, if nondestructive testing
: is allowed to be nonquantitative method ?
: Thank you
------------ End Original Message ------------




    
 
 
djciric
djciric
13:15 Feb-10-2012
Re: Interlaboratory comparison in NDT area
In Reply to Jiri Brus at 00:42 Mar-01-2005 (Opening).

Dear, as I know ILC can so by providers - see link:

http://www.eptis.bam.de/en/index.htm


Regards

    
 
 
Marco Casaril
NDT Inspector,
OMECO SRL Research Centre - Material Testing - Calibration, Italy, Joined Jan 2010, 10

Marco Casaril

NDT Inspector,
OMECO SRL Research Centre - Material Testing - Calibration,
Italy,
Joined Jan 2010
10
08:22 Feb-11-2012
Re: Interlaboratory comparison in NDT area
In Reply to Jiri Brus at 00:42 Mar-01-2005 (Opening).

You can find some Interlaboratory test programs at IFEP:

http://proficiencytest.eu/dokumente2012/Info_EN_Met_2012%202011-10-14%20Form.pdf

http://proficiencytest.eu/dokumente2011/Info_EN_Met_2011%202011-07-04%20Form.pdf

Regards
Marco Casaril

    
 
 

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