The foundation of KINT stems from the 1950's, as a Dutch NDT group within the Society of Materials Knowledge. Later it became the Dutch Society for Non-Destructive Testing and in 1986 KINT, the Dutch Society for Quality Surveillance, Inspection and Non-Destructive Testing was established. Besides being active in support to training, qualification and certification, KINT is also active in the field of Joint Industry Projects, which often provide solid results which lead to new or improved standards. At this moment, a project aimed at producing a practical guideline for the implementation of Modelling and Simulation of NDT is nearing its completion. A new project, aimed at producing  a guideline for Phased Array on thin walled, small bore pipes is planned to start later this year. KINT has several committees where industry meets with the government, by example our Committee on Radiation Safety in NDT.

Jan Verkooijen
+31 653 351073
Find us at NDT 33


Steffi Dehlau
German Society for Non-Destructive Testing (DGZfP)
Max-Planck-Str. 6
12489 Berlin Germany
Tel: +49 30 67807-120

WCNDT 2016

The 19th World Conference on Non-Destructive Testing from 13-17 June 2016 in Munich, Germany is the most important event in our global NDT community.

You are cordially invited.