Finding Flaws in Parts
Move the probe and watch the screen, you will find what is unseen.
As you move the probe across the part, watch the screen and look for changes in the signal display. This will indicate when you have located the flaw in the part.
Nondestructive Examination Technology Program - CPCC
Our Associates in Applied Science degree program teaches six methods of Nondestructive Testing (NDT). NDT is the practice of inspecting a part's integrity without damaging the part.
Our Associates in Applied Science degree program teaches six methods of Nondestructive Testing (NDT). NDT is the practice of inspecting a part's integrity without damagine the part. The nondestructive examination (NDE) industry has grown 12% over the past two years and is expected to grow 26% over the next 10 years. Individuals in the industry are retiring faster than those entering the field, causing a demand for incoming inspectors to fill in available positions. Nondestructive examination is universally applied across many industries. As a result, the methods are diverse and applicable to a whole host of components. NDE is truly a rewarding and challenging career. Entry-level technicians typically earn $17-$22 an hour to start (plus benefits). A technician with 2-5 years of experience can earn significantly more; some of our graduates are earning over $100,000 with less than 5 years of experience.