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NDT.net Issue - 2017-11 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2017-11
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)

NDT - The Cornerstone of Engineering, National Conference & Exhibition - 7th to 8th February 2018

South African Institute for Nondestructive Testing (SAINT)

SAINT is celebrating their 50th Anniversary and part of these celebrations is the hosting of a National NDT Conference & Exhibition.

It will be held over 2 days incorporating:

  • Various Technical Application Papers/Presentations
  • Live Action Demonstrations
  • Indoor & Outdoor Exhibitions
  • Gala Dinner

We cordially invite all people either directly or indirectly involved in NDT to attend this conference and exhibition to come and learn about and witness the new techniques, developments and trends in NDT as found in South Africa and internationally. Who should attend?

  • Industry sectors: Aviation, Mining, Maritime, Rail, Oil & Gas, Petrochem, Power Generation, Civil: Lifting equipment, material processing, Nuclear.
  • Non-Destructive Testing: Personnel (Technicians, Assistants, Managers and Planners), Service Providers: Equipment suppliers,Training Schools, Tertiary Training Institutes.
  • Industry Associations and Societies, Engineers and Metallurgists.
  • Approved Inspection Authorities of Pressurised Equipment (AIA's), QA/QC and Welding inspectors.
  • Manufacturers: Tanks, Pressure Vessels, Piping.

There are various sponsorship packages still available.
Book and pay before 30th November and get a 10% discount.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.ndtgoldconference.co.za
Please contact president@saint.org.za for more information.

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