Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is the process of evaluating materials without harming the test subject. In engineering projects, including those involving newly developed and pre-existing products and structures outside of the lab, NDT are widely used and play a significant role. Applications for new constructions are mostly quality control or the clearing out of questions regarding the quality of the materials or construction, such as automotive NDT. Testing is done on existing structures to determine its sufficiency or structural integrity in terms of deficiencies and flaws. Infinita Lab's laboratory professionals provide the best routine non-destructive testing (NDT).
Non-destructive Testing (NDT)
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is the evaluation of materials without causing damage to the specimen. It is frequently used in a product’s failure analysis, quality testing, and inspection inside or outside the testing lab. NDT methods are rapid, reliable, and often standardized techniques used in offline batch inspections, in-line during manufacturing, or on-site inspection without disassembly. A wide range of surface and near-surface detection of defects, flaws, discontinuities, structural inspection, corrosion, and erosion detection is possible with high sensitivity depending on the NDT technique employed.
NDT methodologies are also adapted for micro and nanoscale analysis to inspect PCBs, nanomaterials, and semiconductor packaging. Defect detection, die-attached integrity, sealant integrity, and molding adhesion quality, among others, are possible via NDT techniques. Non-destructive testing (NDT) is sometimes referred to as non-destructive examination (NDE), non-destructive inspection (NDI), and non-destructive evaluation (NDE).
Laboratory experts at Infinita Lab assure the best regular non-destructive testing (NDT) to ensure your product performs as expected, reduces warranty costs, and provides satisfaction. The network of our testing labs in the USA is well equipped for carrying out product NDT.
Video 01: Non-destructive testing (NDT) for printed circuit board (PCB) assemblies
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We at Infinita Lab provide non-destructive testing (NDT) services to many big companies throughout the USA. NDT is used for evaluating the properties of a material without causing any damage to it.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) covers a very wide range of tests. The cost of testing depends on the type of test and the product tested.
Non-destructive tests are analytical tests that evaluate the properties of a material, component, or system without causing damage.
NDT is used for testing materials, without causing damage, for failure analysis, quality testing, and inspection. It is routinely employed for batch inspections during manufacturing.
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