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Laboratory Testing Inc. completed an audit and was reapproved by NIAC member Crane Nuclear Inc.
Nondestructive testing (NDT) is becoming progressively more important in the medical industry.
When Frost & Sullivan previously analyzed this market for Quality’s 2012 issue on hardness testing, the market was undergoing a period of transition.
The recent advent of more affordable industrial robots and controls has enabled the development of fully automated eddy current testing systems that improve flaw detection and reduce inspection costs.
The 454A’s primary advantage is its ability to be integrated into an automated system.
The MT91 measures hardness based on depth of penetration rather than using an optical system that determines hardness based on impression size.
The principle behind NDT-RAM is simple. Every part has a unique resonant signature or pattern that reflects its composition.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then nondestructive testing (NDT) would be among her favorite progeny, at least with the design engineers and manufacturing sect.
An assistant manager at Laboratory Testing Inc. has been promoted to destructive testing manager after working with the company for three years.
The magnetic particle method of nondestructive testing is used for locating surface and near-subsurface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials.