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Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)

Eliminate scrap and accelerate inspection.

Aerospace manufacturers use industrial CT for NDT to inspect critical components such as turbine blades, engine parts, and airframe structures. This technology can detect internal porosity, cracks, inclusions, bonding issues and other defects that could lead to catastrophic failures, ensuring the safety and reliability of aerospace products.

In the automotive industry, CT scanning is employed for NDA to inspect engine components, transmission parts, and structural elements. It can identify internal flaws such as cracks, porosity, and material inconsistencies that could affect vehicle performance and safety.

Electronics manufacturers rely on CT scanning for NDT to inspect circuit boards, connectors, and other components. This non-destructive method can detect soldering defects, internal fractures, and misalignments, ensuring the functionality and durability of electronic devices. It also helps verify the integrity of encapsulated and potted components, which are challenging to inspect using traditional methods.


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