NDT refers to a wide array of systems and methods for testing, examination and general analysis of any materials, components or systems that require a sensitive touch, AKA any kind of testing that does not cause damage.
CSA is able to provide various inspections and reports based on services which require a non-destructive nature. This of course includes non-destructive testing, but also services such as concrete scanning via Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) for use on concrete structures and building facades, and many more. There are various forms of NDT Inspections (Magnetic Particle, Ultrasonic, Dye Penetration, Eddy Current), and Contract Solutions Australia ensures you receive the most accurate and detailed NDT reporting.
NDT is an abbreviation of Non Destructive Testing. It refers to various inspection methods that allow inspectors to measure, evaluate and collect data about a material, system, or component. NDT methods rely upon use of visual examination (often aided by borescopes, cameras, X-Rays etc), sound, electromagnetic radiation and other signal conversions to inspect a wide variety of materials, without permanently altering (or even temporarily impacting) the material being examined.
NDT Inspections are also known as NDE (non destructive examination or evaluation) or NDI (non destructive inspection).
In the field, NDT can be used as an umbrella term to refer to non-destructive inspection methods, inspection tools, and even the whole field of non-destructive examination.
Our experienced technicians can undertake:
For extensive and reliable NDT inspections, call CSA today at 1300 325 825.