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Eddy Current Testing

NDT ET Testing

Eddy current testing is used to detect surface and near-surface flaws in conductive materials.

This non-destructive testing technique is non-hazardous and commonly used in industries such as aerospace, rail, automotive, marine and manufacturing. One of the major advantages of eddy …

Visual Testing (VT)

NDT Visual Testing VT

Visual inspection is one of the most common and most powerful means of non-destructive testing. Visual testing requires adequate illumination of the test surface and proper eye-sight of the tester. To be most effective visual inspection does however, merit special …

Radiographic testing (RT)

NDT Radiographic Testing RT

Radiographic testing method is useful for the detection of internal flaws in many different materials and configurations especially used for quality assurance of castings, forgings and welds. An appropriate radiographic film is placed behind the test specimen and is exposed …

Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT)

Welding NDT penetrant testing

Also known as Dye penetrant testing, Liquid penetrant inspection is the most reliable method of finding defects and discontinuities opened on the surface especially in all non-porous materials. This method is widely used for testing of non-magnetic materials.

In PT …

Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)

Magnetic particle testing is a method for detecting cracks and other discontinuities on surface and subsurface of ferro-magnetic materials. Sensitivity of detection is maximum at the surface and diminishes rapidly with increasing depth of sub-surface defects. Detection of defects depend …