• Industry-based Training Program
    • Practical training approach
    • Full coverage of industry requirements
    • Customised training to organisation’s needs
    • Enabling productivity and growth
  • Meeting NAPCAP Requirements
    • Designed in accordance with NADCAP standards
    • Complete coverage of qualification requirements
    • Guidance towards NADCAP accreditation
    • Qualification and requalification compliance
  • Comprehensive Training Materials
    • Up-to-date information and resources
    • Specially designed materials for good understanding
    • Clear and concise training notes in both theory and practice
    • Good reference for daily application

Training Sessions


    Some Facts about Shot Peening


     

    • post_photo_12_v01 Full-coverage

    • Shot Peening is a cold working process used to produce a  compressive residual stress layer and modify mechanical properties of metals.

      It entails impacting a surface with shot (round metallic, glass or ceramic particles) using sufficient force to create plastic deformation.

      It is similar to sandblasting, except that it operates by the mechanism of plasticity rather than abrasion.

      The compressive layer imparts greatly improved fatigue life and a resistance to stress corrosion cracking.