CIP Level 2 NACE-CIP2-001 Practice Test Questions

  Edina  02-13-2019

NACE-CIP2-001 exam is a hot NACE certification, if you want to get your CIP Level 2 certification, Passquestion team provides you the latest CIP Level 2 NACE-CIP2-001 Practice Test Questions for your best preparation, all questions and answers are collected from real test and verified by experts and successful candidates. If you study well, we ensure you can pass your NACE-CIP2-001 Coating Inspector Level 2 exam easily.

CIP Level 2 NACE-CIP2-001 content and test information

CIP Level 2 NACE-CIP2-001 certification is designed for Level 2 Coating Inspectors responsible for performing and documenting non-destructive / destructive inspections of liquid and non-liquid coatings to any substrate in a shop setting (e.g. workshop, factory, or plant) or under the supervision of a level 3 inspector when working in a field setting (e.g. production facilities, plants, or oil fields).

A candidate should have working knowledge of:

Surface preparation
Environmental conditions
Test instruments
Coating mixtures
CIP Job Duties

NOTE: NACE Institute highly recommends that candidates complete the Coatings Inspector Program Level 1 requirements for certification before attempting the CIP Level 2 certification. While some students choose to schedule and complete their CIP 1 and 2 courses back to back an active CIP Level 1 certification is a requirement towards achieving CIP Level 2 certification.

CIP Level 2 focuses on advanced inspection techniques and specialized application methods for both steel and non-steel substrates, including concrete using both nondestructive and destructive techniques. Surface preparation, coating types, inspection criteria, lab testing, and failure modes for various coatings, including specialized coatings and linings are also covered. 

Requirements for CIP Level 2 Certification

Who Should Attend?

CIP Level 1 inspectors seeking CIP Level 2 knowledge or certification who are/or will be responsible for performing and documenting non-destructive/destructive inspections of liquid and non-liquid coatings to any substrate in a shop or field setting, under the supervision of a CIP Level 3 inspector.

Share some CIP Level 2 NACE-CIP2-001 Practice Test Questions:

1.You are the NACE Coating Inspector on a tank lining project and are asked to perform a high voltage holiday test after the coating applicators have completed their final repairs. After meeting all the confined space entry permit you enter the tank and notice a very strong odor of solvent.
Your first course of action should to:
A. Investigate to find the source of the odor
B. Don your air supplied respirator and continue the testing
C. Exit the tank and immediately and report the problem to the nearest safety supervisor
D. Exit the tank and document the incident in your daily report
Answer: C

2.You are working as an inspector in a galvanizing plant for the first time.
What are some of the hazards you need to be aware of:
A. Risk of chemical exposure
B. Risk of skin
C. Risk of acid or caustic splashes
D. a), b), and c)
Answer: D

3.You are working as the only in-house NACE Level 2 Inspector in a shop setting when an independent 3rd party NACE Level 3 Inspector, representing the owner, presents you with a copy of a Non Conformance Report (NCR) he has written for a NACE2/SSPC SP 10 centrifugal blast which you had previously approved.
Your FIRST preferred course of action is to:
A. Verbally challenge the NCR
B. Request a re-blast of the item in question
C. Consult your supervisor
D. Review the NCR with the other Inspector
Answer: C

4.An Inspection and Test Plan is required when:
A. It is always required
B. When the Coating Applicator requests one
C. When the Owner specifies one
D. When the Inspector requests one
Answer: A

5.The Inspectors' goal at the Pre-Job Conference is to:
A. Obtain a clear understanding of the Specification
B. Discuss contractual requirements
C. Manage the meeting so it doesn't go off topic
D. Take accurate meeting minutes for distribution
Answer: A

6.Coating Surveys are legally required:
A. On commercial marine vessels and offshore platforms
B. On high pressure gas lines and fireproofed structures
C. On water tanks and potable water pipelines
D. On food and beverage vessels and can linings
Answer: A

7.Individuals conducting Coating Surveys should:
A. Always be NACE Level 3 Certified Inspectors
B. Always be NACE or SSPC Protective coating Specialists
C. Always be experienced Specification Writers
D. Always be trained and experienced Coating Industry
Answer: B

8.The cost of qualified Coating Inspection is normally offset by:
A. Lower Application Costs
B. Lower Coating Life Cycle Costs
C. Lower Safety Enforcement Costs
D. Lower Supervision Costs
Answer: B

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