A Q&A with lead Frost & Sullivan Principle Lead Nikhil Jain on how NDT training services are shifting to fit a manufacturing landscape that is being reshaped by changes in industry, economy and technology.
Despite changing market dynamics, the nondestructive testing (NDT) industry continues to grow and innovate with an influx of new technologies, and as a result, the NDT job market has cracked wide open. However, the meeting of NDT technician supply with demand, whether it is too much of a demand or not enough, has been a consistent issue.
In keeping with its mission to continuously improve non-destructive testing technologies, UniWest has introduced the new EVi eddy current testing system. Developed in response to industry demand for a portable, high precision, operator-friendly eddy current system, the EVi augments UniWest’s best-in-class signal to noise ratio technology with real-time imaging of the surface under inspection.
Fluke Corp. introduces the Fluke® TiS75 Infrared Camera with professional-grade 320 x 240 pixel resolution and precise manual focusing that enable maintenance professionals to pinpoint issues with equipment and electrical systems.
Bennett is responsible for the certification and technical services provided by ASNT to its customer base. This includes the domestic and international ASNT NDT Level II and III qualification program, ASNT Central Certification Program (ACCP), and the Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Personnel (IRRSP) program.
BAXTER, MN — Nondestructive Testing (NDT) is one of the leading high demand jobs that is showing growth year over year. The American Institute of Nondestructive Testing is an NDT school located in Baxter, Minn., that has currently moved into a new 6,400 square-foot building.
Nondestructive testing (NDT) provides the ability to monitor various aspects of material and product quality without compromising part integrity. Many NDT technologies can be applied to ensure proper manufacturing and functionality.