• Q1) What is NDT and what does it mean?
  • NDT is short form of Non-Destructive Testing; It is the method of testing components that doesn’t interfere with its basic structural build or composition and usefulness.
  • Q2) Why do we need NDT?
  • NDT is a fundamental element in the design and construction of components and welded structures. It determines product reliability and provides you with the confidence and assurance that the component or structure will not fail during service. Any potential defects can be identified during the manufacturing process and parts can either be repaired or rejected. NDT is also used to test ‘in-service’ products. This can be used to identify any fatigue anomalies, for example; material thickness corrosion, erosion or cracking. This means that any potential issues can be identified and prevented before any serious problems occur.
  • Q3) Which type of information NDT provides?
  • Shape, Size, Location & type of the Discontinuity, Estimation of Material Structure & Properties, Thickness of the Material.
  • Q4) What are the materials can be tested by NDT?
  • Any metal like Aluminum, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, can be tested by different NDT methods including Plastics, Ceramics and Concrete.
  • Q5) Where is the career in NDT?
  • As NDT Engineer, you can get work in different industries like,
    • Smelters, Foundries,Rolling & Forging Mills
    • Petro Chemical Refineries& Fertilizer companies
    • Defence, Nuclear & Aerospace industries
    • Automobile Manufacturing& Maintenance
    • Heavy Engineering & Fabrication Firms
    • Research & Development Facilities
    • Education & Training
    • Maintenance, Service & Repair of Equipment
  • Q6) What is the advantage as NDT Engineer?
  • NDT is specialized field so Job requirement is always high with good salary package in India & Abroad. As NDT Engineer you can get self-satisfaction for doing quality works as well as respect from sub ordinates.
  • Q7) Where can I get further information and advice?
  • At Quality Professionals, our dedicated team of experts in the field of NDT are readily available to advise you on all aspects of inspection technology requirements to suit your needs.