Why Do We Do Non-Destructive Testing?
Non-destructive testing plays a crucial role in assuring safety and reliability in a wide variety of industries. NDT is used to prevent accidents, improve reliability and test for defective parts. NDT can also be used to measure the size and thickness of a material for engineering purposes.
Where Is Non-Destructive Testing Used?
Non-destructive testing is used in a wide variety of industries, including Aerospace, Construction, Power, Oil & Gas and Engineering.
For more information on the range of sectors that use NDT across the UK, visit our Industries Served page.
What Is The Difference Between NDT And NDE?
Non-destructive evaluation (NDE) is often used interchangeably with NDT. However, NDE is a measurement technique that is more quantitative in nature and can be used to determine material physical properties such as fracture toughness.
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