What is non-destructive testing (NDT)?
NDT is used to detect surface defects in a range of metals and non-porous materials. The most common of which is fluorescent penetrant inspection (FPI), also known as penetrant flaw detect (PFD)
What can non-destructive testing be used for?
NDT is used on a range of components, primarily in the aerospace industry, for example, engine parts, aerostructures, wheel hubs, brake parts, landing gear. It is also used on automotive components.
How does non-destructive testing work?
Turbex’s lines use a combination of automation and manual operation to provide a streamlined and maintainable NDT process.
More about fluorescent penetrant inspection (FPI)
Turbex’s lines use a combination of automation and manual operation to provide a streamlined and maintainable NDT process. Fluorescent penetrant inspection (FPI) is an effective and fast method to inspect critical parts for defects before or after heat treatment.
Advantages at a glance:
Intelligent combination of both automatic and manual handling
Low operational costs
Eco-friendly with low consumption of processed chemicals
Traceability and reliability of inspection
Durable, safe and effective
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