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NDT Inspection Techniques for A340 Rudder Assessment Thermography and Elch


TESTIA France29, Toulouse, France
 
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2016-05
Testia GmbH has carried out NDT training at Alsalam Aircraft Co in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on the 2nd and 3rd of February, 2016.

Alsalam Aircraft Co. is the pioneer when it comes to aircraft maintenance, modification and technical support in the aeronautical industry in the Middle East.

The training was oriented to the inspection of A340 Rudder by means of Thermography and ELCH Techniques.

Alsalam Aircraft employees were trained on the following NTM chapters :

  • NTM51-10-25
  • NTM51-10-26
  • NTM55-40-50
  • NTM55-40-xx

Testia GmbH is happy to have helped Alsalam Aircraft Co. further improve their NDT capabilities, so that they continue being positioned as a premier provider of MRO services in the region.

TESTIA France

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