Destructive testing is not always the option, as Ndt Testing Lab is also required after the structure has been created. Non destructive testing (NDT) is a broad group of analysis techniques used in the science and technology industry to evaluate the properties of a substance, component, or system without causing harm.
Non destructive testing, or NDT testing, is a technique for examining, testing, or analyzing a substance or entire assembly for interruptions in its properties without damaging the system and its parts. The main advantage of non destructive testing is that the sample can be used even after the completion of the test. It is a very valuable technology because it saves time and money.
This technique is more effective compared to other destructive tests that are used to determine the physical properties of a material, while non destructive testing identifies discontinuities in the material that most affect its properties.
A highly qualified person with knowledge and experience is required to take these tests and Spectro has such a talented team of people. Our NDT Testing Lab is well trained to perform structural and building materials testing, both on site and in the laboratory.
Regular services are provided to various industries including thermal power plants, hydropower, oil refineries, etc. We also offer Residual Life Assessment and Structural Safety Testing for bridges, buildings, water tanks, mega structures and everything.
The methods commonly performed in NDTs are liquid penetration tests, ultrasound tests, radiography, magnetic particle tests, Eddy current tests, optical distance examination, laser test methods, infrared tests, low coherence interferometry, and so on. It is widely practiced and includes aviation, electrical, civil, systems engineering, forensics, and many others.
Importance of NDT Testing
Some high-end machines and structures like huge pipelines, bridges, bridges, concrete structures etc. due to their huge sizes and complexities inherent few natural performance related hazards and NDT has been specially designed for such expensive items as it does not cause any damage to the sample under test.
The Advantages of Non destructive Testing
Non destructive testing has been around for longer than many people assume.
This procedure remains popular and highly effective to this day, and is performed by trained technicians who know exactly what to look for in an ingredient.