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The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing
is a professional body for engineers and other technical professionals involved in non-destructive testing and condition monitoring in the United Kingdom
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. The Institute was founded in 1976, by amalgamation of the Society of Non-Destructive Examination
(SONDE) and the NDT Society of Great Britain
(NDTS), which were both founded in 1954.
BINDT is a Licensed Member
institution of the Engineering Council and a full member of the European Federation of NDT (EFNDT) and the International Committee for NDT (ICNDT). The institute Headquarters is located in Northampton
Northampton is a large market town and local government district in the East Midlands region of England. Situated about north-west of London and around south-east of Birmingham, Northampton lies on the River Nene and is the county town of Northamptonshire. The demonym of Northampton is...
BINDT maintains PCN (Personnel Certification in Non-Destructive Testing). PCN is a personnel certification scheme in NDT methods and welding inspection, which is accredited by UKAS according to ISO 17024. PCN certification schemes for NDT methods conform to EN 473 and ISO 9712.