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Herman Figueroa
NDT Inspector
Canada, Joined May 2001, 5

Herman Figueroa

NDT Inspector
Canada,
Joined May 2001
5
08:50 Jun-12-2003
Difference between CP-189-2001and SNT-TC-1A

Hi Collegue,
will some one could thelme the difference between cp-189-2001 and snt-tc-1a, ASNT standard for qualification and certification for NDT personnel.
Thanks in Advance.
Herman


    
 
 
DJ Kallhof
DJ Kallhof
04:07 Jun-13-2003
Re: Difference between CP-189-2001and SNT-TC-1A
:Herman,
In short, SNT-TC-1A states you should. CP-189 states, you shall.


Hi Collegue,
: will some one could thelme the difference between cp-189-2001 and snt-tc-1a, ASNT standard for qualification and certification for NDT personnel.
: Thanks in Advance.
: Herman
.



    
 
 
Ed T.
Ed T.
03:24 Jun-14-2003
Re: Difference between CP-189-2001and SNT-TC-1A
: :Herman,
: In short, SNT-TC-1A states you should. CP-189 states, you shall.

In addition, CP-189 requires a valid "ASNT Level III" certificate in the method inwhich the Level III individual is certified. SNT-TC-1A does not.
.
:
: Hi Collegue,
: : will some one could thelme the difference between cp-189-2001 and snt-tc-1a, ASNT standard for qualification and certification for NDT personnel.
: : Thanks in Advance.
: : Herman
: .
.



    
 
 

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