The Quality Inspection for Steel Castings course details some of the more common methods used to evaluate a steel casting for compliance to a customer’s specification requirements. Relevant for quality and inspection roles, this course focuses on the most common quality non-conformances observed during the visual inspection of steel castings and standard non-destructive testing (NDT) methods used for casting evaluation.
Who will benefit from this Steel Castings Quality Inspection course?
Foundries that pour steel; Customers who purchase steel castings; Organizations that sell material, equipment, and services to steel foundries.
*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.
Certificate Awarded for Quality Inspection for Steel Castings
*upon successful completion
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