What are the advantages of NDT?
NDT (non-destructive testing) has many advantages, especially over destructive testing. In addition to protecting the public and the environment from dangerous malfunctions, NDT saves businesses both time and money. Firstly, NDT does not damage or alter the asset in any way, therefore no replacements or repairs are needed after testing is complete, unless, of course, a fault is detected. In addition, non-destructive testing prevents the loss of revenue due to downtime, as assets can be examined while still in use. Costly shutdowns and unforeseen damage can also be avoided with the help of NDT. By detecting potential causes for concern before failure, companies can reduce repair and replacement costs, as well as prevent accidents from occurring. This ensures health and safety and adherence to regulations and policies. Wonder how NDT compares to NDE? Check out our answer on that.