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Non-Destructive Testing

Nondestructive testing (NDT), also referred to as nondestructive examination (NDE) and nondestructive inspection (NDI), refers to any testing systems that do not permanently alter the workpiece or object being tested. NDT is useful in a multitude of fields, and can be performed on a wide variety of substances, including metals, food products, historical objects, and medical equipment. In manufacturing, NDT is a useful process for verifying a weld. NDT is capable of discovering cracks or porosity inside a weld, along with variations in density, that could result in a break or rupture. Common NDTs include visual inspection, ultrasonic, radiographic, liquid penetrant, magnetic-particle, and eddy-currant testing.

An Introduction to Technical Cleanliness Inspection

Quality and characteristics of the product material, fitting tolerances, and overall cleanliness of a surface or particle load all contribute to the measurable technical cleanliness of automotive components, an integral factor in upholding rigorous requirements on emission reduction, fuel efficiency, long-term durability and regulatory standards.

Non-Destructive Testing: Articles

An Introduction to Technical Cleanliness Inspection

With Video

Quality and characteristics of the product material, fitting tolerances, and overall cleanliness of a surface or particle load all contribute to the measurable technical cleanliness of automotive components, an integral factor in upholding rigorous requirements on emission reduction, fuel efficiency, long-term durability and regulatory standards.

Quality and characteristics of the product material, fitting tolerances, and overall cleanliness...

Emerging Trends in Nondestructive Testing

With Video

This review of some new products shows how advanced technologies are bringing flexibility and a wider range of applications to NDT inspection booths, pre-inspections and screening applications used in shops.

This review of some new products shows how advanced technologies are bringing...
Non-Destructive Testing: Products

‘One-Button’ Advanced Rockwell Hardness Tester

Buehler’s Wilson RH2150

Buehler’s Wilson RH2150 is easy to program and offers an intuitive software interface with Buehler’s DiaMet hardness testing software. Use the external footswitch with the actuator-mounted clamping device to clamp and activate either manual or automatic start, as well as to release manually or automatically after test.

Buehler’s Wilson RH2150 is easy to program and offers an intuitive software...

Seamless Workflow from CT Scan to Full Statistical Analysis

Volume Graphics non-destructive testing and analysis software, industrial computed tomography

Volume Graphics integrates Q-DAS’ qs-STAT statistics software with computed tomography (CT) scan data analysis to provide the basis for a deep assessment and continuous improvement of industrial production processes.

Volume Graphics integrates Q-DAS’ qs-STAT statistics software with computed tomography (CT) scan...

Hardness Tester Supports Two Measurement Protocols

Mitutoyo America’s HR-600 hardness tester

Mitutoyo America’s HR-600 does both Rockwell hardness testing and Light Force Brinell testing, expanding the range of available measurements. It’s the company’s first hardness tester with a moving head.  

Mitutoyo America’s HR-600 does both Rockwell hardness testing and Light Force Brinell...
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