Non-destructive testing

Non-destructive tests (NDT) are used whenever there is the need to check a component, without interfering with it in any way. They are used during testing of the finished product, as well as in pre-processing tests in order to avoid subjecting parts or materials that have defects to further processing. They may also be used as in-line tests, for example, downstream of a process that presents risks for the integrity of the materials. The NDT are applied to metallic, non-metallic and composite materials with various technologies.

The Non Destructive Testing Dept. of TEC Eurolab is composed of qualified technicians at the 2nd and 3rd level, in accordance with regulations UNI EN ISO 9712 - ASNT SNT TC 1A - NAS 410 - EN 4179- Guidelines ANSF 02/2012. The technicians have access to the latest equipment for carrying out inspections in various conditions, both in the field and in the laboratory.
The importance of Non Destructive Testing for companies
Today, security has become a key point for companies in the choice of materials, choice of manufacturing processes and in the verification of reliability of various components.
Most of the objects and structures that surround us have been designed to ensure a long-lasting quality. This warranty is certified by applying some testing techniques such as non-destructive testing, which are a set of tests that allows to perform non-invasive analysis with the aim of checking critical defects for functional characteristics of analyzed component. These analysis make it possible to carry out surface and volumetric defects investigations targeted to search for various types of defects such as cracks, blowholes, the lack of fusion and many other types of defects in manufactured objects; 
NDT can be applied in the initial phase of the manufacturing process to control entrance material, can be applied during the mechanical machining after heat treatments or on the finished product in order to certify the overall quality. The use of these techniques allows to avoid serious component’s breakage working, which may cause considerable economic losses and brand’s damages for companies.
Non destructive testing are applied on finished product, as manufacturing processes support, as preliminary tests in pre-processing or as in-line controls downstream of a process that presents risks for the integrity of metallic materials, non-metallic and composites. It's a commonly-used tool in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering with advanced applications in the Aerospace and Automotive sectors.
Qualified technical support for Non Destructive Testing.
TEC Eurolab works as technical support for companies in non-destructive testing. It has an accredited laboratory, fully equipped to ensure a complete and reliable process control for all methods of NDT investigation. Remarkable experience of our engineers enables us to support clients analyzing and solving specific problems related to the various types of products and materials. In the team there are various qualified level 2 and 3 professionals according to the reference standards ISO 9712 for the industry, NAS 410 / EN 4179 for the aerospace industry, ANSF 2-2012 in the field of railway maintenance, and some American standards which the SNT-TC-1A for the various methods on the market. use of these methods also allows the customer to significantly decrease manufacturing costs reducing any waste of materials and non-compliance on various products.

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