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 altThe National Center for Non-Destructive Testing (NCNDT) of the Atomic Energy Authority is pleased to inform that National training course on Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) - level 2, will be held from 16th to 24thDecember 2014 at the National Centre for Non Destructive Testing.
This 42 hour training course is aimed in providing participants with a comprehensive knowledge of theory and practical training on Magnetic Particle Testing to enable the participants to set up and calibrate test equipment and apply appropriate test procedures.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 February 2015 10:11

Stable Isotope Analysis for Rice in Sri Lanka

International Symposium on Food Safety and Quality: Applications of Nuclear and Related Techniques, Vienna, Austria 10 – 13 November 2014


Life Sciences division presented the following poster at the symposium.

Download the Poster- Stable Isotope Analysis for Rice in Sri Lanka: A Possible Method for Geographic Origin Discrimination

Last Updated on Monday, 17 November 2014 14:47

Accreditation of XRF Laboratory in Life Sciences Division, Atomic Energy Authority

test123Sri Lanka Accreditation Board (SLAB) in accordance with the procedure for granting of accreditation has decided to renew accreditation of  XRF laboratory with successful completion of assessment and necessary follow up action,  based on ISO 17025; 2005.


Last Updated on Friday, 31 October 2014 13:50

Opening of the National Centre for Non Destructive Testing (NCNDT)

altThe National Centre for Non Destructive Testing (NCNDT) was declared open by the Minister of Economic Development Honouralble Basil Rajapakse on the invitation of the Minister of Technology and Research Hon. Patali Champika Ranawaka on 14th October 2014.
This centre will cater for the development in all most all the industries in the country (petrochemical, boiler and pressure vessels, construction etc.) which are using machinery and steel fabrications. The critical areas of these machinery and steel fabrications such as engine components, pressure vessels, boilers, pipe lines, tubes etc. have to be tested periodically for their safety and quality. In addition there are several large and medium scale projects using steel fabrications such as high roof buildings, oil tanks, boilers, planes, ships, etc. These also have to be checked for quality.

Last Updated on Monday, 01 December 2014 10:04

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