Visual Inspection

NDT Visual Inspection

MHT technician doing visual nondestructive testing by rope access on the inside of a stack at an industrial plant. NDT visual inspection involves using an inspector’s eyes to look for defects. The inspector may also use special tools such as magnifying glasses, mirrors, or borescopes to gain access and more closely inspect the subject area. Visual examiners follow procedures that range from simple to very complex. Visual inspection products, services and equipment remain reliable and cutting-edge in providing industry with complete predictive and preventative inspection options.

Borescopes, videoscopes, videoprobes, fiberscopes and pipe cameras are a few examples for non-destructive testing and inspection.