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Chinese Society for Nondestructive Testing

The Nondestructive Testing Branch of the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society was established in 1978. It is an academic community organization jointly created by nondestructive testing workers in my country’s machinery, aviation, aerospace, nuclear industry, shipbuilding, weapons and other industrial sectors. "Chinese Society for Non-Destructive Testing", the English abbreviation is ChSNDT. Mechanical engineering societies in various provinces and cities also have non-destructive testing branches, subcommittees or study groups. Various industries (such as aerospace, weapons, shipbuilding, etc.) have mostly established non-destructive testing branches within their corresponding societies. The Chinese Society for Nondestructive Testing holds an annual meeting and instrument and equipment exhibition every four years.

ASNT of the United States.

ASNT exists to create a safer world by advancing scientific, engineering and technical knowledge in the field of non-destructive testing. ASNT strategic goals: Increase participation in social activities. Promote an inclusive vision among ASNT members and the nondestructive testing community. Provides NDT/NDT/NTD/NDT information including publications, reference materials, archives, training and conferences. Support domestic and international acceptance and use of ASNT's services. Promote the research and implementation of non-destructive testing technology.

Asia Pacific Nondestructive Testing Federation

The Asia Pacific Federation of Non-destructive Testing (APFNDT) was established in Mumbai, India, in 2013 to meet the needs of non-destructive testing suppliers and users in the Asia-Pacific region to promote non-destructive testing applications and encourage research and development of non-destructive testing technology. Therefore, the main activities of APFNDT cover education, qualifications, training, standardization, etc. within the entire NDI scope. APFNDT is also responsible for the safe use of non-destructive testing and extends this safety responsibility to the public in a broader sense to ensure the integrity of products, components and structures, devices, etc. during their service life. This responsibility will enable NDT certified personnel to aim to improve their skills and expertise through education and training efforts.

Japan Society for Nondestructive Testing

The association is an academic research institution that promotes non-destructive testing and is affiliated with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan. It is a voluntary group established in 1952 to exchange non-destructive testing technology information, promote and promote the research and application of non-destructive testing technology in this field. In 1955, it was merged into the "Japan Non-Destructive Testing Association" and has since been expanding its scope of activities (in 2002, the Japan Non-destructive Testing Association celebrated its 50th anniversary)

French Society for Nondestructive Testing

"Kovlund Days 2020", held every 3 years, is the only international event in France dedicated to the entire industry in the field of non-destructive testing. Kovlund Days is a real career window and has become an unmissable event for all professionals and people involved in non-destructive testing.

German Society for Nondestructive Testing

The German Association for Non-Destructive Testing is a recognized technical and scientific association with more than 1,600 corporate and individual members. DGZfP training and training GmbH offers training and qualification examinations in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9712 and DIN54161.

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