Non-destructive testing

The NTDS (Non-Destrutive Testing) techniques are used in the inspection of materials and equipment without damaging them, running the steps of manufacturing, construction, installation and maintenance. Widely used in petroleum industries / petrochemical, chemical, aerospace, shipbuilding, steel, electromechanical, pulp and paper, among others. Contribute to the quality of goods and services, cost reduction, prevention of life and the environment, and competitive factor for companies that use them.

The most common NDT methods are:
Industrial Radiography, Ultrasound, Liquid Penetrant, Magnetic Particle, Eddy Current, Vibration Analysis, Acoustic Emission, Thermography and Leak Detection, see how each is used in the menu below: