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Engkus Kusnadi
NDT Inspector, -
PT SEAMLESS PIPE INDONESIA JAYA, Indonesia, Joined Apr 2007, 5

Engkus Kusnadi

NDT Inspector, -
PT SEAMLESS PIPE INDONESIA JAYA,
Indonesia,
Joined Apr 2007
5
05:33 Mar-03-2009
L-III Signature on NDT PCP

Dear all,

Please let me know if any Standard procedures mentioned that " Internal Procedures like PCP (Process Control Procedure) shuold sign or approved by NDT L-III. While in our company doesn't have any L-III personnel.

Regards,

Kusnadie

 
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tj
tj
20:20 Mar-04-2009
Re: L-III Signature on NDT PCP
In Reply to Engkus Kusnadi at 05:33 Mar-03-2009 (Opening).

In most cases NDT is to be performed to a written procedure. In many cases it is not stated who shall approve this procedure. It is often recommended that a level 3 will at least approve the procedure (as with SNT-TC-1A) but in the end it is often up to the manufacturer to decide in their written practice. This is all subject to whichever code is referenced. Do you know which?

 
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Kusnadie
NDT Inspector, -
PT SEAMLESS PIPE INDONESIA JAYA, Indonesia, Joined Apr 2007, 5

Kusnadie

NDT Inspector, -
PT SEAMLESS PIPE INDONESIA JAYA,
Indonesia,
Joined Apr 2007
5
04:53 Mar-05-2009
Re: L-III Signature on NDT PCP
In Reply to tj at 20:20 Mar-04-2009 .

Dear Franchuk,

Thank you for repply,
About refference just question from me may be other forum participant have some answer.

Regards,
Kusnadie

 
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Karunanithi
Karunanithi
08:16 Mar-05-2009
Re: L-III Signature on NDT PCP
In Reply to Engkus Kusnadi at 05:33 Mar-03-2009 (Opening).

NADCAP Requirement is clearly stated the procedure or first article procedure shall be approved by Level III,
If your organization doesn't have one you may engage external Level III for one time approval.

 
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S S Ananthan
Consultant,
RAA Tech Solutions, India, Joined Jun 2000, 36

S S Ananthan

Consultant,
RAA Tech Solutions,
India,
Joined Jun 2000
36
09:02 Mar-05-2009
Re: L-III Signature on NDT PCP
In Reply to Karunanithi at 08:16 Mar-05-2009 .

Hello,

Regardless of any code requirement, it is always good to have the procedure vetted by a Level III ( internal / external ). So my suggestion is that you get it vetted.

S S Ananthan

 
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