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Introduction to NDT


Definition and importance of NDT Non-destructive testing is the use of physical methods which will test materials, components and assemblies for flaws in their structure without damaging their future usefulness. NDT is concerned with revealing flaws in the structure of a product. It, however, cannot predict where flaws will develop due to the design itself.  It has certain characteristics: such as

  • The application of a testing medium to the product to be tested.
  • The changes in the testing medium due to the defects in the structure of the product.
  • A means by which it detects these changes.
  • Interpretation of these changes to obtain information about the flaws in the structure of the product.


Basics of MT, PT, UT, RT


NDT plays an important role in the quality control of a product. It is used during all the stages of manufacturing of a product. It is used to monitor the quality of the:

  • Raw materials which are used in the construction of the product.
  • Fabrication processes which are used to manufacture the product.
  • Finished product before it is put into service.


Engineers, Managers, Supervisors, Quality Managers, Condition Monitoring Technicians, Engineering technicians, any non-technical person responsible for NDT, technicians or ordering NDT techniques to maintain plant & equipment.

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