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NDT Methods Applied to Welding Defects
Manufacturers require non-destructive testing (NDT) to analyze the qualities of a material, component, structure, or system for distinctive variations, welding faults, and discontinuity without causing harm to the original part.

Why NDT for Welding is Significant

The assessment of weld quality is one of the most prevalent applications of nondestructive testing (NDT). This is due to the fact that welds are used in a wide range of vital industrial applications all over the world. Because damaging a weld for testing implies replacing it with a fresh, untested weld, the ability to check welds nondestructively is critical. As a result, the vast area of nondestructive testing procedures for welding has seen substantial technical advancement.

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