Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Methods Guide: Choosing the right method for your needs

 

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Are you struggling to determine which non-destructive testing (NDT) method to use?

With the wide variety and advancement of non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques it can sometimes be difficult to ascertain which method should be used.

In the absence of regulations, standards or codes dictating which method to use, it falls on engineers to determine the most suitable method based on what information they require and other practical considerations.

Our quick-fire guide provides a helpful starting point, outlining the following for each NDT method:

  • What they detect
  • Common testing usages
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages and issues to be aware of
  • Common alternatives (where applicable)
  • Advanced methods for each technique

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Mark Ormrod
About the author
Mark Ormrod - NDT & Materials Testing Manager

Mark is an ASNT NDT Level 3 qualified engineer with over 22 year's experience who manages British Engineering Services' team of 11 highly technical NDT & material testing engineers.