The Use of NDT for Surface Defects
Source: Environmental Expert
Nondestructive testing (NDT) for surface defects requires solutions that can effectively probe complex surfaces that are rough or include tight corners. Therefore, technicians need a surface-oriented approach—such as eddy current array (ECA)—that can easily overcome the challenges of unconventional contours.

However, ECA technology alone is not enough to get the job done. Technicians also need quality instruments and probes that can enhance array capabilities. With efficient equipment, analysts can achieve a more customized inspection regimen on both smooth and rough surfaces.

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